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Sunrise JTA Project Jobs and Transportation Act

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  1. Sunrise JTA ProjectJobs and Transportation Act

  2. Downtown Portland I-205 Oregon City Project Vicinity

  3. Began planning in 1980s – I-205 to US 26 • DEIS 1993, paused for regional land use considerations (Damascus) • Clackamas County adopted Preferred Alternative 1996 • ODOT and Clackamas County acquired land: • “Superfund” site and other properties • Camp Withycombe property, ODOT District Office Sunrise Corridor Background

  4. Clackamas County $19 million earmark • ODOT $20 million OTIA III • SDEIS began 2004 – I-205 to Rock Creek Junction • SDEIS published – October 2008 • Preferred Alternative selected July 2009 - $1.4 billion • Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) published December 2010 • Record of Decision (ROD) February 2011 Sunrise FEIS

  5. I-205 122nd. Avenue Rock Creek Junction Sunrise FEIS

  6. 2009 Legislature: HB 2001 / Jobs and Transportation Act or JTA, dedicated $100 million towards the design and construction of the Sunrise • $130 million total available • $30 million Right of Way acquired / available • Practical Design emerged • Multiple Design Exceptions will be necessary Jobs and Transportation Act

  7. I-205 122nd. Avenue Rock Creek Junction JTA Projects compared to FEIS

  8. ODOT 2B Maintenance Facility Modification • OIW Streetcar Test Track Accomodation • Relocate Industrial (Minuteman) Way • OIW Access Structure • Former NW Pipe & Casing Site (CERCLA) • EPA Well Relocation • Local Access Road • Building Demolition • UST Removal • Early Tree Removal Coordination Complexity

  9. EPA/DEQ – Superfund Cap Management • USACE - Unexploded Ordnance • UPRR - crossing closure, a proposed 4th UPRR Rail line, and a pier protection wall • DEQ – Wetland fill / Remediation • WES – Stormwater approval • DEQ – Solid waste encapsulation • Military – Access/security • Clackamas County Development Agency – public land management • ODOT District 2B Stakeholders

  10. How much of the FEIS Preferred Alternative do we stage or construct for • 82nd Over I-205 Bridge • 122nd Interchange Embankment • R/W impacts: FEIS acquisition, JTA partial, or a retaining wall • Soundwalls - FEIS or JTA • Bicycle/Pedestrian Connections • SUP 1 and SUP 2 Value Engineering Adjustments

  11. Soundwall #2 Location at Camp Withycombe • ODOT District 2B Reconfiguration • Design Speed Concerns • Stormwater Design “approval” • UXO remediation project stalled • “What would it take to keep the at-grade railroad crossing at Lawnfield Road” “Design Excursions”

  12. Industrial Way Extension • Alternative Contracting • Disadvantaged Business Enterprises • Oregon Firms • Right of Way Holdouts • Additive Alternative Work Options • SUP 1 - I-205 to Lawnfield • SUP 2 - Mather Road to 122nd Procurement/Bidding

  13. Station and Offset • Staging & Erosion Control • Embankment construction • Design Excursions Continue • Widening to 4 lanes • Tolbert Overcrossing • “What would it take to remove the OIW structure” • Higher and best use Construction

  14. Looking East

  15. 82nd over I-205 Bridge

  16. 82nd over I-205 Bridge

  17. Emmert International

  18. Looking West

  19. UXO, Mud & Kerr

  20. Questions