Roy Rogers Road (Borchers Drive to Chicken Creek)
This project proposes to widen Roy Rogers Road, between Borchers Drive and Chicken Creek bridge, including:
- Five travel lanes, two in each direction and a center turn lane
- Bike lanes
- Storm drainage facilities
- Street lighting
Roy Rogers Road is a heavily-used, north-south arterial, carrying about 18,000 vehicles per day. That volume is expected to increase with residential development in the area.
The Roy Rogers Road project is being done in coordination with the Willamette Water Supply System installation. WWSS, a partnership between Tualatin Valley Water District and the city of Hillsboro to build an additional, seismically-resilient regional water supply system in Washington County, will be constructing a 66-inch drinking water pipeline in conjunction with roadway improvements.
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This approximately $14 million project is funded through the County's Major Streets Transportation Improvement Program (MSTIP). The total estimated project cost includes design, right-of-way and construction, and is subject to change.