The end is in sight for the Country Club Road Project.
Lake Oswego announced Friday that the final phase of construction will begin next week. The work, which is expected to last between 6 and 8 weeks, includes grinding and removing asphalt, excavating the roadway, improving the subgrade and placing two layers of asphalt.
"The traveling public should expect frequent traffic changes and lane shifts in the project corridor and on some side streets," the City said in a release on its website. "Please plan ahead and expect traffic delays. There will be times when flaggers are directing traffic and detours may be in place for the Chandler Road or Iron Mountain Boulevard intersections — please slow down, stay alert and follow their directions."
Beginning May 29 and continuing through early July, Iron Mountain Boulevard will be completely closed to all traffic at the Six Corners intersection, and the City suggests using Chandler Road as a detour. The all-way stops and previous traffic configurations at Six Corners and 10th Street will be reinstalled when construction is finished.
Learn more about the project by clicking here.
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