Scholls Ferry Road (Roy Rogers to Teal)
The existing section of SW Scholls Ferry Road between Roy Rogers Road and Teal Boulevard is a two-lane roadway providing access between SW Murray Boulevard and the growing residential areas in southwest Beaverton. Currently turning onto or from SW Scholls Ferry Road can be challenging due to heavy traffic volumes. This section of roadway also lacks bicycle facilities and has intermittent sections of sidewalk.
The proposed project will widen SW Scholls Ferry Road to five lanes, which will consist of two travel lanes in each direction with a continuous center turn lane. This will reduce traffic congestion from the intersection of Teal Boulevard west through Roy Rogers Road. Additional improvements include sidewalks, bicycle lanes, street lighting and improved sight distance at the intersections.
Final Milling and Paving - September 2 - 13
Weekend Construction Scheduled for September 7 & 8, 2013
Open House - October 1, 2013
Public Information Officer
Email: Kim Haughn
Open House #1 - 10/03/12
- MSTIP 3D project map
- Jurisdiction map
- Aerial 1 of 2
- Aerial 2 of 2
- Project basics
- Project schedule
- Traffic data
- Retaining wall examples
- Typical 5 lane cross section
- Existing AM Traffic Volumes
- Existing PM Traffic Volumes
- Projected 2035 AM Traffic Volumes
- Projected 2035 PM Traffic Volumes
- Proposed lane and traffic control device configuration
- What is MSTIP?
MSTIP - Major Streets Transportation Improvement Program
The total project cost noted above includes the estimated cost of design, right-of-way and construction and is subject to change.
Current Activity - construction
Activity Update 9/12/14: Night time paving is complete. The contractor will finish up side street and intersection paving on Monday, September 15 and Tuesday, September 16 during day time hours. Expect delays or use alternate routes.
Paving work is weather dependent and dates and times are subject to change. Expect long delays or use alternate routes.
Please note: The speed limit has been temporarily reduced to 30 mph for the safety of the workers and the drivers. Keep in mind that traffic fines are often doubled when violations occur in a work zone. This reduced speed is effective 24 hours a day whether workers are present or not.
Construction start date: 08/15/2013
Estimated completion date: 12/31/2014
Note: Dates are subject to change due to weather and/or other unforeseeable events.