Construction is moving along!
There is still a lot of work to be done, but we anticipate the project will be completed on schedule in spring 2017.

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Farmington Road (Murray to Hocken) Improvement Project

Current activities:

  • Night work will begin on Monday, September 5 and continue through October between 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. at the intersection of SW Farmington Road and SW Murray Blvd.
  • Work includes installing upgraded sanitary sewer, storm drainage and water lines, throughout the intersection at Farmington and Murray. Lane closures will vary.
  • Vehicles and bicyclists are urged to use alternate routes including SW Allen Blvd or SW Tualatin-Valley Highway. The maps below highlight the area of night work and alternate bike routes.

 

Caption: Night work begins for the final phase of the Farmington Road Project at the Farmington Rd and Murray Blvd intersection. The map highlights the work area. (Map provided by City of Beaverton)

Caption: Night work begins for the final phase of the Farmington Road Project at the Farmington Rd and Murray Blvd intersection. The map highlights the work area. (Map provided by City of Beaverton)

Traffic alerts:

City’s traffic alerts page at www.BeavertonOregon.gov/trafficalerts

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Progress to date:

The first phase of the Farmington Project—the widening of the south side of Farmington including the installation of a new box culvert at Erickson Creek—has been completed. The second phase which includes the sewer line installation is nearing completion. Private utilities are currently relocating their facilities on the north side of Farmington. After the relocation, work including curb, sidewalks and paving will occur.

Upcoming activities:

The third phase includes widening the north side of Farmington Road. The final phase which includes improvements to the Farmington Road and Murray Boulevard intersection will occur mostly at night.