The contractor completed the removal of an old culvert under the road near NW 8th Ave. and began installing a new larger culvert in a section where a curve in the road was realigned.
Multnomah County Transportation will reopen the upper section of Larch Mountain Road in the Columbia River Gorge on Thursday, July 30 by 3:30 pm after a seasonal closure and repairs.
Multnomah County’s Transportation Division has launched an online survey to get public input on service priorities as it works to address falling revenues related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The contractor diverted a creek and salvaged fish before starting to remove the old culvert at NW 8th Ave., where a curve was realigned in the road. Installation of the new culvert starts next week.
The contractor set up traffic control and began staging sections of a pre-cast concrete culvert that will replace a culvert near NW 8th Ave., where a curve in the road has been realigned.
NW Cornelius Pass Road will close at night this weekend to accommodate moves of large industrial loads before the road closes for summer construction early on the morning of Monday, July 13.
NW Cornelius Pass Road will close to through traffic between Highway 30 and NW Skyline Blvd. in mid-July for work on safety improvements. Monday, July 13 is the target for the start of the closure.
Sections of NW Cornelius Pass Road will be closed at night on the weekends of June 26-27 and July 10-11 to accommodate moves of very large industrial loads.
The intersection of Arata Road and 238th Drive will be closed to traffic 4 am on Tuesday, May 26 until as late as Thursday night on May 28, weather permitting.
Paving that was scheduled to close the intersection of 238th Drive and Arata Road May 20 - 22 is postponed, due to expected wet weather. The work is rescheduled for May 26-28, weather permitting.
The intersection of Arata Road and 238th Drive will be closed to traffic 4 am on Wednesday, May 20 until as late as Friday night on May 22, weather permitting, due to road construction.
Sections of NW Cornelius Pass Road will be closed at night on the first three weekends in April to accommodate moves of very large industrial loads traveling to Intel’s campus in Hillsboro.