SE Cochran Road is now closed to through traffic and contractors are prepping the worksite for this bridge construction project.
Multnomah County's contractor Wildish Standard Paving has a number of tasks to complete before the road can be closed and construction can begin in July.
On Arata Road in the City of Wood Village, Multnomah County's contractor continues to construct the south side of the road including new sidewalks.
A section of the Historic Columbia River Highway in downtown Troutdale between Buxton Road and Harlow Avenue will be closed on Saturday, June 22 from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. during a community event.
The road will be closed to through traffic for approximately four months as workers replace the culvert carrying Beaver Creek under SE Cochran Road with a 60-foot long bridge.
The contractor has paved the base of the south lane of Arata Road. The west end of the road is expected to reopen to two-way traffic in the next month.
A contractor working for Multnomah County is scheduled to pave the center lane of NE Halsey St. for several hundred feet west of NE 238th Drive on Wednesday, June 12 from 7:30 am to 3 pm.
The south lane of NE Arata Road between NE Wood Village Blvd. and NE 238th Drive in Wood Village will be paved June 13-14, which will delay traffic using the road from 7 am to 7 pm.
The south lane of NE Arata Road will be paved between Wood Village Blvd. and NE 238th Drive on Thursday and Friday, June 13-14, weather permitting.
The public is invited to June meetings in Multnomah, Columbia and Washington counties to learn about an 11-week closure of NW Cornelius Pass Rd. this summer during construction of safety improvements.
A section of NE Marine Drive and several other adjacent roads will be closed on Saturday and Sunday, June 1 - 2, from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. during two triathlons events.
During the week of May 20, the contractor completed work installing stormwater lines on NE Arata Road. Construction continues through summer 2019.