Cedar Hills Boulevard/U.S. 26 Intersection
The U.S. 26/Sunset Highway eastbound off-ramp (exit 68) at Cedar Hills Boulevard does not have a traffic signal. This prevents safe, timely left turns onto Cedar Hills Boulevard.
A traffic signal at the intersection and construction of sidewalks along the east side of Cedar Hills Boulevard, under the U.S. 26 overpass, are planned to improve safety and relieve congestion. The eastbound off-ramp will be widened to three lanes: one-right turn lane (southbound) and two left-turn lanes (northbound).
This project falls within multiple jurisdictions: The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), city of Beaverton and Washington County, as well as private development J. Peterkort and Company.
The project is estimated at $1.5 million project is a partnership between Washington County, Beaverton, ODOT and J. Peterkort and Company. About $600,000 is funded by the County's Transportation Development Tax.
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