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Investing in safer connections for those who walk and roll

Posted: Thursday - March 3, 2022
Image of the Women Leading the I-205 Improvements Project

Oregon City illustration of I-205 area improvements for people walking or rolling.

OR 43 Interchange:

• New multiuse path along the riverside of OR 43 from I-205 southbound exit ramp to intersection with Willamette Falls Drive.

• New rapid flashing beacon and crosswalk to support people walking and biking OR 43 to access Willamette Falls Drive and West A Street.

Image of the Women Leading the I-205 Improvements Project

West Linn illustration of I-205 area improvements for people walking or rolling.

OR 99E/Clackamette Drive will include the following new facilities:

• A multiuse path.

• A 6-foot sidewalk connection with a new crossing on Clackamette Drive.

• An 8-foot sidewalk connection between ramp terminals on OR 99E.

  • Main Street will include a new 6-foot sidewalk on both sides of the street under the bridge.
  • New ADA curb ramps.

Future project phases will include:

  • New, wider Sunset Avenue overcrossing will include a 6-foot shoulder and an 8-foot sidewalk in each direction.
  • New, wider West A Street overcrossing will include:
    • 6-foot shoulder/bike lane in each direction.
    • 7-foot curb and sidewalk in each direction.
    • 8-foot parking strip on one side of the street.
    • New ADA curb ramps.

View the location of these improvements here.