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See what ODOT has in store for new I-205 path undercrossing

Detail of plans for new undercrossing. As we shared last week, the Oregon Department of Transportation is in the final stages of planning for a new undercrossing on the I-205 multi-use path where it crosses SE Division. ODOT staffers report a solid turnout at their open house on Tuesday night where they unveiled the design … Read more


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Traffic advisory: ODOT to close sections of I-205 corridor through January

As part of their federal stimulus funded project to install overhead lighting on the I-205 non-motorized corridor, ODOT is planning to close sections of the of the popular biking thoroughfare from October 18th through early-mid January. See the press release below for details and stay tuned to ODOT’s I-205 website for updates: Portions of I-205 … Read more


Equity Bike Ride will draw attention to I-205 path

In their ongoing effort to make the biking and walking path adjacent to I-205 into a “world class facility,” the Oregon Department of Transportation has just announced the “Equity Bike Ride” to show off what they’ve done and what’s planned for the future. Shelli Romero, ODOT’s Public Policy & Community Affairs Manager, has been doing … Read more


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I-205 path update: Lighting project almost done and a study to make it better

Looking north towards SE Division from I-205 path.(Photos © J. Maus) TriMet is close to completion of their $3.8 million, stimulus-funded project to add lighting and other improvements to a seven-mile stretch of the I-205 multi-use path. The path is also the subject of an online survey and study being conducted by the Oregon Department … Read more


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ODOT, TriMet will roll out I-205 path improvements

Project will improve lighting on I-205 path.(Photo © J. Maus) Thanks to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (a.k.a. the federal stimulus bill), the bike and pedestrian path that runs along Interstate 205 will be getting a $2.5 million makeover. Most of the money will go toward new lighting on a 3.6 mile stretch of … Read more