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Volume 17, Issue 6
June 2019


Road News

Cornelius Pass Road 11-week closure

Monday, June 17, 6-7:30 pm, Westview High School Cafeteria, 4200 NW 185th Ave

For those who missed the May 14 CPO meeting, there will be another information session led by Multnomah County regarding the upcoming major repair project for Cornelius Pass between Kaiser and Highway 30.

Mike Pullen, MC Communications Office, says, “We expect our contractor, Wildish Standard Paving, will close the road to through traffic in early July and reopen it by September 21. The closure is now expected to last about 11 weeks, down from the 13 weeks we were predicting earlier this year.”

Cornelius Pass Road users will notice more dump truck traffic on the road in late May, as Intel begins construction of a new fabrication facility in Hillsboro. The trucks take fill to Columbia County sites and bring in gravel from Columbia County. The trucks will detour to highways after Cornelius Pass Road closes in early July.



Highway 217 auxiliary lanes

An informational open house was held in May for a project that will construct “auxiliary lanes” alongside Highway 217 between Beaverton-Hillsdale and 99W. The project is designed to keep drivers from merging onto 217 if they are just going from one ramp to another. More information is available on the ODOT website.

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