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In early May, the active work zone will shift to the south side of Country Club Road.

COURTESY GRAPHIC - In early May, traffic flow will shift from the south to the north side of Country Club Road.The City of Lake Oswego reports that the infrastructure and pavement improvements on Country Club Road and A Avenue are moving along on schedule, and motorists are advised to expect changes to traffic flow through the corridor from 10th Street to Six Corners in early May as construction shifts from the north side of the road to the south.

According to the City, crews are currently preparing to pave the base layer of asphalt on the north side of the roadway where construction is currently taking place.

In early May, the active work zone will shift to the south side of Country Club Road. The east and westbound travel lanes will also shift to the north side of the roadway. One travel lane will remain open in each direction through the completion of the project which is expected to come in early summer.

The City warns that this schedule is subject to change due to weather and unforeseen conditions.

These temporary traffic changes allow crews to safely and efficiently conduct the project to replace aging utilities and improve the pavement condition in this corridor.

The traveling public is advised to expect significant delays, particularly during the traffic shift.

Motorists are being asked to travel cautiously, observe all lane closures, traffic changes, directions by reader boards and use alternate routes if possible.

For more information, visit or call 503-635-0261.

See related:

Project to bring changes to Country Club Road in Lake Oswego

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