Cornelius Schefflin Road Segment E

The Martin Cornelius-Schefflin (MCS) Corridor project is located in the western portion of Washington County. It is north of Forest Grove and Cornelius, east of Verboort, and south of Highway 26. The immediate area is primarily farmland, and the road network serves the needs of both farmers and commuters from Forest Grove, Cornelius, Verboort and the surrounding areas between these communities and Highway 26. MCS was split into 3 phases. The first phase, started in 1995 and completed in 1996, involved improvements to Martin Road. The second phase, started in 1998 and completed in 2002, included the Cornelius-Schefflin Road Corridor study which resulted in improvements of a specific portion of the Corridor based on the priorities established during the study. For the purposes of this study the project corridor was divided into six segments. This segmentation was based on traffic operations, geographic features and on providing a logical framework for future project development. The construction of B, C, and D was part of the second phase. The construction of segment A is just now being completed, E and F are the third and final phase of the project and have not been completed.

Segment A- the northernmost section along Cornelius-Schefflin Road including the approach to Dairy Creek Bridge

Segment B- the intersection of Cornelius-Schefflin Road and Verboort Road

Segment C - the intersection of Verboort Road and Martin-Marsh Road

Segment D- Martin Road south of Verboort Road

Not completed:
Segment E- Cornelius-Schefflin Road on the eastern side of the project corridor (this project)

Segment F- Spiesschaert Bridge over Council Creek, and the southernmost section along Cornelius-Schefflin.