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Main Street, Banks Road and Cedar Canyon Road Intersection

We will improve the intersections of Main Street, Banks Road and Cedar Canyon Road in the city of Banks.

We are realigning the intersection and installing a traffic signal where Main Street (Nehalem Highway OR-47) meets Banks Road and Cedar Canyon Road. This will help address needs of future development and growth in east Banks. This project is identified in the City of Banks Transportation System Plan.

The project team evaluated both a traffic signal and a roundabout. Impacts to commercial and residential properties and impacts to wetlands were considered. A traffic signal was selected by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) and the County as the best alternative.

Construction start (expected): Spring 2024
Construction finish (expected): Fall 2024

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8/8/2023: We are still in the right-of-way acquisition process. Impacted property owners will receive a letter. If you have questions about your property, please contact the agent using the information in the letter.

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Cost: $5 million (2017 estimate)

Funding source: Major Streets Transportation Improvement Program (MSTIP 3e)

Prior events and comment opportunities

Open house: May 14-20, 2021


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