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This summer, ODOT will repave the nine-mile stretch of roadway on I-205 between the I-5 interchange in Tualatin and the west end of the Abernethy Bridge in West Linn.

As you move through this online open house, you will learn about additional project elements and what to expect during construction.

Comments for this site are now closed, but you can submit additional feedback through the project website.

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Project overview

This summer, ODOT will repave the nine-mile stretch of roadway on I-205 between the I-5 interchange in Tualatin and the west end of the Abernethy Bridge in West Linn.

The pavement on I-205 in this area, last repaved in 2006, is now deteriorating and in need of repair.

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Project Area

ODOT will repave the nine-mile stretch of roadway on I-205 between the I-5 interchange in Tualatin and the west end of the Abernethy Bridge in West Linn.
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    Project Area

    ODOT will repave the nine-mile stretch of roadway on I-205 between the I-5 interchange in Tualatin and the west end of the Abernethy Bridge in West Linn.

Key project elements

  • At the intersections with 10th Street in West Linn, exit/entrance ramps will receive ADA-compliant sidewalk ramp improvements
  • The pavement on 10th Street beneath I-205 will be resurfaced
  • The OR 43 interchange loop ramp will be repaved and will receive ADA-compliant sidewalk ramp improvements for pedestrians
  • I-205 bridges over SW Woodbine Road and SW Borland Road will be resurfaced to extend their service life
  • Rumble strips will be installed throughout the project area

Schedule

The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2017.

Construction impacts

Construction will take place primarily at night and will include multiple lane closures. Night work is necessary to keep daytime traffic flowing on I-205. As construction nears, the project website will be updated with more detailed information about closures and travel impacts.


Will this project widen I-205?

This project will not widen I-205. ODOT is aware of the congestion issues within the I-205 corridor and is now in the early phases of planning, identifying funding, and working with communicties to address this problem. However, the pavement in this area is deteriorating and will not last for the years that it could take to design and implement a widening project.

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Stay informed

Thank you for your interest in this project and for providing your input. ODOT will do its best to plan construction so it has the least impact on the public, but there are always disruptions. Let us know if there are events in your community or anything else that we should be aware of as we refine designs and construction plans.

Comments for this site are now closed, but you can submit additional feedback through the project website.

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Stay informed

  • Learn how construction will affect you by visiting at www.TripCheck.com or by dialing 511
  • We will post construction updates on our project website, or visit i205construction.org to keep up-to-date on other I-205 construction projects in the Portland Metro Area.
  • You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook @OregonDOT
  • For more information contact, Kimberly Dinwiddie, ODOT Community Affairs, at 503-731-8281

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