Roy Rogers Road runs north and south and carries 18,000 vehicles per day. Traffic is expected to increase with residential development in the area.
We are widening Roy Rogers Road, between Borchers Drive and Chicken Creek bridge, to improve safety and traffic flow. This will include:
- Five travel lanes, two in each direction and a center-turn lane
- Bike lanes
- Storm drainage improvements
- Street lights
- Sound walls
We are partnering on this project with Willamette Water Supply System's new 66-inch drinking water pipeline installation.
Construction start: July 2022
Construction finish (expected): October 2024
9/1/2023: Expect intermittent lane closures 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Paving is scheduled for Sept. 18-22.
Cost: $17.8 million (estimate)
The sound walls will be colored concrete.
Prior events and comment opportunities
Open house Aug. 21, 2019: