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Portland Bureau of Transportation

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Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204

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Denver Avenue Roadway Repairs

N. Denver Avenue Roadway Repairs

The Portland Bureau of Transportation is preparing for pavement repairs to N. Denver Avenue this fall. Several small areas of the concrete pavement that was placed in 2010 during construction of the N. Denver Avenue Streetscape Project have cracked and need to be replaced. Repair work will excavate some areas of the existing roadway and rebuild it with new concrete. The work requires a roadway closure and detours, including re-routing TriMet buses through Kenton. Sidewalks will remain open. Work is scheduled to start on October 8th and is expected to continue for several weeks. Click here for more information about the work and to see a schedule.

 

One-Block Detour Starts Monday, October 8th     

The concrete paving requires detouring traffic around one block of N. Denver Avenue between N. Schofield and N. Watts. Project staff worked closely with the contractor come up with a plan to repair the road quickly and return the street to normal activities. Click here for more information about the detour and a map of the detour route.


About the Project

The work includes replacing a crosswalk at the N. Schofield intersection and fixing several large cracks in the block between N. Watts and N. Schofield.

Repair Schedule

Click here to view the Denver Ave Roadway repair schedule

Detour Information

Click here to view construction detours planned for N. Denver Avenue

Detour Map

Click here to download the detour map.

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