Lower Boones Ferry Road Rail Crossing (Chow Corner Regional Sidewalk)
The project consists of the reconstruction of a vehicular railroad crossing located on Lower Boones Ferry Road in Lake Oswego, Oregon, approximately one-half mile east of Interstate 5. The existing roadway will be milled, planed and overlayed with asphalt to improve roadway drainage and match reconstructed rail grade. Stormwater sewer improvements, sidewalk construction for pedestrian connectivity, surface grading and other associated improvements are included in the reconstruction project.
THERE WILL BE A TOTAL ROAD CLOSURE OF BOONES FERRY ROAD BETWEEN JEAN WAY AND 63rd AVENUE FROM 8PM, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14 TO 6AM, TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 2013.
If you would like more information about this project, please contact Matthew Tipton, PE, Associate Engineer at email.
If you need additional information or would like to leave a message regarding construction projects in your neighborhood, please call the Construction Hotline at 503.635.0261 and we will return your call.
Matthew Tipton, PE, Associate Engineer (503)635-0270
The Construction Contract has been awarded to Kerr Contractors Oregon, Inc.
Preliminary work will begin Monday, July 22, with major construction beginning in early August between Jean Way and 63rd Avenue. There will be traffic delays during the day.
Construction is likely to occur 7 days a week from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. with
some daytime work expected.
The road will be completely closed to vehicle, pedestrian, and bicycle traffic
from Wednesday, August 14‐20; see detour information provided in the attachment below.