Cornelius Pass Road (Cornell to U.S. 26)
About the project:
Cornelius Pass Road is a heavily used north/south arterial roadway. It is an important commuter and truck route connecting Highway 30 in Multnomah County to Tualatin Valley Highway in southern Hillsboro. Cornelius Pass Road, between Cornell Road and U.S. 26, carries about 40,000 vehicles per day. It is not adequate for existing traffic and projected traffic growth.
This project will widen Cornelius Pass Road, between Cornell Road and U.S. 26, to three lanes in each direction with a center median and dedicated turn lanes at several intersections, including U.S. 26.
Additional improvements include:
- Sidewalks on both sides of the roadway
- Buffered bike lane on the west side of the road
- Separated two-way bike path on the east side
- Intersection upgrades
- Additional street lighting (south to Aloclek Drive)
The $18.3 million project is funded through a combination of sources including private development, Phase 3d of the County's Major Streets Transportation Improvement Program (MSTIP), state of Oregon Immediate Opportunity Funds (IOF) and the city of Hillsboro's Transportation Development Tax and Traffic Impact Fee programs.
CPOs 7, 8, 9; Commissioner Districts 2 & 4
Paving causes traffic delays on Cornelius Pass Road
Cornelius Pass Road nighttime traffic delays Sept 20 - Oct 8, 2016
Cornelius Pass Road nighttime signal work July 25 - August 1, 2016
Cornelius Pass/Evergreen intersection signal shutdown planned for three nights (July 5-7, 2016)
Imbrie Drive 5-day partial closure begins June 23, 2016
Evergreen Parkway reopens two days ahead of schedule
Evergreen Parkway two-week closure begins May 16
Cornelius Pass/Evergreen signal shutdown planned for 3 nights (Mar/Apr 2016)
Construction Begins July 13, 2015
May 7, 2015 Open House
January 9, 2014 Open House
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