ODOT started an Interchange Area Management Plan (IAMP) for the Brooklake at I-5 interchange in the fall of 2020. Expected completion is early 2022. The study will look at solutions to the existing and forecasted operational and safety issues at the interchange and along Brooklake Road between Portland Road and River Road.
Marion County and the city of Salem will oversee a study of the Cordon Road/Kuebler Boulevard corridor to determine projects needed in the next 20 years. Anticipated to start in Spring 2021.
Study of Willamette River bridge crossing alternatives in Salem, including development of a Environmental Impact Statement. The Final EIS and Record of Decision has been completed and is available.
This study will analyze the existing structures of the Center Street Bridge for seismic vulnerability. A general plan and cost estimate will be prepared for the identified seismic retrofits to ensure the bridge remains a functional crossing of the Willamette River.
The focus of this project is to improve the visual character and functionality of the circulation system within the project area and to strengthen the district’s identity, character, economic vitality, and marketability.
Interchange Area Management Plan for the Chemawa Road at I-5 interchange. Adopted by Keizer City Council in 2014 and Salem City Council in 2016. To the OTC in 2019.
The city of Keizer has started a planning study of the Wheatland Road corridor to address existing and forecasted mobility and safety issues. Anticipated completion is 2022.