Beltline Highway at Delta Highway
State Highway 6 at U.S. Highway 101
Highway 99W Newberg Dundee Bypass
I-5 at Beltline
I-5 at Kuebler Interchange
I-5 Mill Creek Center
Woodburn Interchange & Transit Facility
South Newberg Neighbors Open House
Date: Monday, April 8, 2013
The purpose of the open house is to share project information with South Newberg neighbors closest to the structures of the Newberg-Dundee Bypass Phase 1. The meeting will provide an opportunity for neighbors to give feedback on three aesthetic treatments for the noisewalls that will be located in this area along 11th Street.
First bypass contract going out for bid May 2
The Oregon Department of Transportation is about to begin awarding contracts on the first phase of the Newberg-Dundee Bypass, slated for completion in 2016. That phase will consist of one controlled-access travel lane in each direction between the Highway 219 intersection in Newberg and the Niederberger Road intersection in Dundee, four miles to the south.
The first contract is scheduled to go out to bid May 2, covering primarily development of stone embankments to serve as bridge supports.
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About the Project
The Newberg-Dundee Bypass is a controlled-access expressway that will significantly reduce traffic congestion on OR99W and improve livability and traffic flow in the surrounding communities. "Phase 1" will extend four miles from OR219/Wilsonville Road to OR99W south of Dundee, with one travel lane in each direction.
The full bypass will be an 11-mile, four-lane highway around the cities of Newberg and Dundee. While the entire bypass has been approved, funding is only currently available for the first part of the project.
ODOT has moved into the final design stage of Phase 1. This includes final engineering and preparation of construction plans. There will be four contracts for construction, which allows some work to begin early while other elements are still being designed. In 2013, the community will see the installation of some stormwater retention areas and fill dirt being placed at the locations of roadway and bridges to be built between 2014 and 2016. Phase 1 is expected to be completed in 2016.
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