Roy Rogers Road (Scholls Ferry to Bull Mountain)

Project Description

Roy Rogers Road, between Scholls Ferry and Bull Mountain roads, is a heavily used north-south two-lane arterial roadway without bicycle facilities The road carries about 23,000 vehicles today and that number is expected to increase as residential development increases in the area. 

This project will widen Roy Rogers Road, from Scholls Ferry Road to 2,500 feet south of Bull Mountain Road, to five lanes (two travel lanes in each direction with a center turn lane) and will add bicycle and pedestrian facilities along both sides of the road. Storm drainage facilities will also be upgraded and street lights will be installed.

The project limits and construction schedule is subject to change.

The Roy Rogers Road project is being done in coordination with the Willamette Water Supply Program (WWSP) pipeline installation. WWSP, a partnership between Tualatin Valley Water District and the city of Hillsboro to build an additional regional water supply system in Washington County, will be constructing a 66-inch drinking water pipeline in conjunction with the roadway improvements.


Funding Information

This $24.9 million project is funded through the MSTIP Bonding Cost-share Program. The total estimated project cost includes design, right-of-way and construction and is subject to change.

Community Participation Organization CPO 4B & CPO 6
Commissioner District 3

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Media Releases

Roy Rogers Road/ open house is Sept. 27
Open House - Oct. 12
Open House - June 8