The Ferry Street Bridge serves as a north-south thoroughfare across the Willamette River and accommodates busy public transit, vehicle, pedestrian, and bicycle traffic daily.
This rehabilitation and improvement project involved structural modifications to Ferry Street Bridge and 1.5 miles of roadwork to develop this major transportation hub where Coburg Road, Club Road, Country Club Road, and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard all converge. Roadwork involved resurfacing existing streets, new road design, and traffic control and staging.
Pedestrian and bicycle improvements included two new concrete bridges to provide vehicle and pedestrian grade separation, as well as five new retaining walls to improve bicycle corridor width.
This major transportation improvement project also involved extensive landscaping to increase the area's visual appeal and account for drainage, erosion, and stormwater control.