The portion of Southeast 82nd Avenue between Lindy Street and the Mount Scott Creek Bridge is an important transportation route that serves the Clackamas Regional Center, an area heavily used by commuters and shoppers. In 2015, the Oregon Department of Transportation started a three-phase project to maintain and improve this corridor by repaving the roadway and enhancing sidewalks to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act standards. This project is now complete.
This Oregon Department of Transportation project includes three phases of construction.
- Completed in 2015: Phase 1, paving between Southeast King Road and Mount Scott Bridge
- Completed in 2017: Phase 2, improvements to sidewalks and corner ramps between Southeast King Road and Southeast Sunnyside Boulevard
- Completed in 2018: Phase 3, improvements to roadway and sidewalks between Southeast Lindy Street and Southeast King Road
The third phase of planned improvements along Southeast 82nd Avenue between Lindy Street and the Mount Scott Creek Bridge is complete. We appreciate your patience, feedback and support throughout this multi-year project to improve Southeast 82nd Avenue.
ODOT will plans to design a project to continue improvements from Southeast Lindy Street to Southeast Foster Road. More information will soon be available on ODOT’s website.