City of Ashland, Oregon / Public Works / IAMP Draft June 2010

ODOT IAMP Draft June 2010

The existing bridge at I-5 Interchange 14 will be repaired and improved with funding provided by the OTIA III State Bridge Delivery Program. The bridge repairs will consist of a rehabilitation of the deck and bridge rails. Traffic signals will be installed at the ramp terminal intersections, and the bridge will be widened to provide three traffic lanes, bicycle lanes, and 7 1/2 foot sidewalks on both sides. The construction is scheduled to begin in mid 2010 and be completed by mid 2012.

As outlined in OAR 734-051-0155(7), an Interchange Area Management Plan (IAMP) should be developed when there are substantial modifications to interchanges. Public investments for major interchange improvements are very costly and it is in the interess of the State, local governments, citizens of Oregon, and the traveling public to ensure that the interchange functions as it was designed for as long a time period as possible.

Development of this IAMP is the planning process intended to assess exisitng and potential land use and transportation conditions, opportunities and limitations, identify long-range needs, and identify recommended improvements to the Green Springs Interchange (I-5 Interchange 14). This process includes identifying necessary improvements to the local street network in the vicintiy of the interchanges to ensure consistency with operational standards.




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