Cornelius Pass Road (Cornell to U.S. 26)
Current Activity - completed
Activity Update 3/3/2017: Landscaping and utility work to continue through March with occasional daytime lane closures. Permanent striping to be scheduled.
Activity Update 1/5/2017: New travel lanes are open. Expect daytime lane closures for utility work and landscaping through February.
Activity Update 12/29/16: Lane opening will be delayed due to expected snow fall and sanding. New lanes will open after sand is cleared, no earlier than Jan. 3.
Activity Update 12/16/16: All travel lanes will open by Jan. 1, 2017, with temporary lane closures planned for remaining site work.
Activity Update 11/01/16: Nighttime work, including paving, striping and installation of traffic detection loops, will be performed from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. Sundays through Saturdays until Nov. 30. There will continue to be lane closures during daytime hours, as needed. The project on schedule for completion by Dec. 31.
Activity Update 10/31/16: Paving is scheduled from 7 p.m. Nov. 1 to 5 a.m. Nov. 2 between the U.S. 26 eastbound onramp and Cornell Road. Lane closures, signal shutdowns and occasional side-street detours will result. Traffic will be controlled by flaggers.
Activity Update 10/28/16: Today's paving work ended at 10:30 a.m.
Activity Update 10/27/16: Lane shutdowns due to paving on Cornelius Pass Road between Ronler and Imbrie drives will occur through 1 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 28. Turn lanes may be periodically closed at Evergreen while asphalt cools. Expect delays; work is weather dependent.
Activity Update 9/20/16: More nighttime work is planned on Cornelius Pass Road September 20 - October 8, 2016. Please see media release for full details.
Activity Update 7/25/16: Nighttime traffic signal installation is planned on Cornelius Pass Road at multiple intersections; Evergreen Parkway, Ronler Drive, Cornell Road and the US 26 eastbound on-ramp; beginning the evening of July 25, 2016. Traffic will be directed by flaggers between the hours of 7 p.m. and 5 a.m. due to signal shutdown. Traffic signal installation should be complete by August 1.
Alternate routes to area sporting and community activities near the Cornelius Pass Road area are encouraged during construction work.
The contractor is beginning to work on new portions of the project, which means to expect new work zones and traffic patterns.
- Expect to see construction work begin on the west side of Cornelius Pass Road, as well as on Cornell Road east and west of Cornelius Pass Road.
- The TriMet bus stop on the north side of Cornell Road (just west of Cornelius Pass Road) is temporarily closed for the next few months.
- Expect changes to traffic patterns on Cornelius Pass Road (between Cornell Road and US Highway 26) where traffic will be directed to new northbound lanes as updated traffic signals are activated.
- Switching to the new traffic signals will require signal shutdowns. This night work will include flaggers to direct traffic. Dates to be determined.
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