light fixtures will be “dark-sky compliant” to minimize any light pollution at night. The exit 19 design will be a more simplified version of exit 14. Both interchanges will be painted a light tan color to match their natural surroundings. New landscaping will also be included. Funding for both of these projects is provided by the Oregon Transportation Investment Act (OTIA). The agency’s $1.3 billion OTIA III State Bridge Delivery Program is repairing and replacing hundreds of bridges across the state to ensure the unrestricted movement of freight and spur economic growth. Oregonians had not seen an investment of this magnitude in highway and bridge construction since the state’s interstate freeway system was built in the 1950s and ’60s.
Exit 14 construction will improve bike facilities and aesthetics.
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