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Carver Bridge Construction Update

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View of new bridge from Carver Boat Ramp

New Carver Bridge to be completed this fall

UPDATE: October 2016

Bridge: Work on the waterline on the north and south approaches to the bridge began in October 2016, and the in-ground work is expected to be completed by mid-November. This work will be followed by reconstructing/paving and striping work on the approaches. The schedule calls for the work cones to be gone and all lanes to be open by the end of November.

Weather permitting, there will be work on the pipeline under the main portion of the bridge this winter. That will result in occasional closures of one lane, but the bridge will remain open.

Highway 224/Springwater Road Intersection: Design work has resumed on the signal project for this intersection. Exploratory drilling will take place during November to determine the design of the signal pole bases. With a number of difficult design issues to resolve, installation of the new traffic signal may take place before the end of 2017.

The new Carver Bridge opened to traffic in February 2014 and the detour bridge and work bridge were removed by late summer 2014. However, because of some issues related to a newly installed water line, the area remained a construction zone until fall 2016, with reduced speed limits and occasional delays.

Construction to replace the Carver Bridge began in spring 2012, after several years of planning and outreach. The bridge was replaced at its previous location.

Hwy 224 Traffic Signal

Design of a new traffic signal at the intersection of Hwy 224 and Springwater Road in Carver is underway. Jurisdictional operating agreements are in the process of being approved and 30% design is complete. More information on the signal project can be found on the Clackamas County Project Website:

retaining wallProfile view of the new Carver Bridge and retaining wall

under the new bridgeConstruction of water quality treatment facility under the new bridge

downstream viewDownstream view of new bridge

Construction Work:

Construction activity resumed in October 2016. The existing lane configuration, 25 mph speed zone, and stop sign at the south end will remain in place over the winter until all construction is complete in 2015.

Major construction tasks to be accomplished before the project is completed include:

  • Complete installation and testing of the new 18" waterline

  • Final paving on both the north and south ends of the bridge

The speed limit in the project area is 25 mph for public and construction worker safety. The contractor is keeping all new bridge lanes open during the morning and afternoon commute. For more information, please see the Lane Closure Policy below.

Please continue to check this website for construction updates and project photos. You can also sign up for project email updates by clicking the link at the top of the page. Email updates are sent when construction activities will pose significant traffic impacts.

Work Days and Hours

Construction activities primarily take place Monday through Friday, with work occurring on Saturdays as needed. Construction activity will not occur on Sundays.

Construction hours are primarily limited to:

  • 7 a.m.-7 p.m. on weekdays
  • 8 a.m.-7 p.m. on Saturdays as needed
  • No construction on Sundays

Lane Closure Policy

During the work week, all bridge lanes are kept open from 7 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. to accommodate morning and afternoon commuter traffic. Lane closures are only permitted on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. as needed to ensure public safety. During these times, the contractor is permitted to temporarily close one or both of the travel lanes for up to 20 minutes.

River Traffic

All in-water work is completed, so there is no impact on river traffic.

Project Information Line

If you have questions or comments, please call the project information line at (503) 416-6070.