The Oregon Legislature has approved $3.9 million to fund safety improvements for Multnomah County’s section of NW Cornelius Pass Road.
Improvements to a short stretch of the West Historic Columbia River Highway west of Halsey Street in Troutdale will close a traffic lane from Wednesday through Friday, June 24-26, 2015.
NW Cornelius Pass Road will be closed to through traffic between Highway 30 and NW Germantown Road on Tuesday, June 16 from 6 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. for annual maintenance work.
On June 6, N.E Marine Drive between N.E. Interlachen Lane and one half mile west of N.W. Sundial Road and N.E. Blue Lake Road north of Blue Lake Park main entrance to N.E. Marine Drive will be closed.
NW Cornelius Pass Road reopened to traffic between US Highway 30 and NW Skyline Blvd. at 3:45 pm today after being closed late this morning after a fatal car crash near Milepost 3.
NW Cornelius Pass Road is closed to through traffic between Highway 30 and NW Skyline Blvd. after a car left the road and went over an embankment this morning near Milepost 3.
Multnomah County will reopen the upper section of Larch Mountain Road on Wednesday, May 6 by 3:30 pm. The upper four miles of the road are closed each winter and reopen in spring.
A meeting of the community advisory committee for the Cornelius Pass Road Safety Improvements project will be held on May 7. The meeting includes updates on project scope, schedule and funding.
Work by a utility will impact traffic on NW Cornelius Pass Road near NW Skyline Blvd. at times during the week of April 13 - 17. One lane will be closed at times from 10 am until 3 pm.
Multnomah County transportation is seeking public input on the permitting process for development construction projects in the county’s right of way, via an online survey and stakeholder group.
The crash of an overturned tanker truck has closed NW Cornelius Pass Road between US Highway 30 and NW Skyline Blvd., at about 11:45 a.m.
All Multnomah County roads in the west hills are open following a wind storm on December 11 that downed power lines and trees.