Transportation Engineering Construction Projects
Projects Currently in Construction
- Clackamas River (Springwater Rd) Bridge Replacement
- Highway 212/Lawnfield Road Connection Project, Phase 3
- Minuteman Way (Industrial Way) Extension
Construction Planned for 2014 and Beyond
- Barlow Rd at Zimmerman Rd - Intersection Improvements
- Boardman Creek Fish Habitat Restoration Project
- East Barlow Trail Road - Embankment Restoration
- Highway 224 at Springwater Rd - Temporary Traffic Signal
- King Rd at Bell Ave - Traffic Signal Repair
- Monterey Ave Extension - 82nd Ave to Fuller Rd
- Pudding River (Whiskey Hill Road) Bridge Replacement
- Salmon River (Elk Park Road) Bridge Replacement
- Tolbert Street: 82nd Dr to Minuteman Way - Bridge Project
- Wilhoit Road at Rock Creek (Wilhoit #2)
Recently Completed Projects
- Canby Ferry Retrofit
- Rock Creek (Wilhoit Road) Bridge Replacement
- Salmon River (Arrah Wanna Blvd) Bridge Replacement
Clackamas County is responsible for maintaining the integrity and safety of nearly 1,400 miles of County Roads and 178 bridges in its 1,868 square mile territory. The County's transportation system represents a one billion dollar investment that must be continually maintained and improved to accommodate increasing demands.
The Capital Improvement Plan and Program documents both the CIP 20-Year Plan as identified by the Long Range Planning Group and the CIP 5-Year Program. The 5-Year Program identifies high-priority funded projects that are to be executed by staff in the Engineering Division.
There are at any one time, approximately 40 projects in active phases of planning, design and construction. The CIP 20-Year Plan lists over 200 transportation improvement projects that are needed over the next twenty years. However, current cost estimates show a $400 million funding shortfall for the anticipated project needs.