Transportation

Hwy20 Hamby/Ward Roundabout Update -5/13/22

By Mike Whitter / May 13, 2022

U.S. 20: Ward/Hamby Rd. Intersection Project (MP 3.26 – MP 3.86)

 ODOT will construct a single-lane roundabout at the intersection of U.S. 20 and Ward/Hamby roads.

The Contractor will have a full road closure of Ward Rd. and Hamby Rd. at US20 the closure will be in effect from May 16th to May 19th. Please use alternate

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Hwy20 Hamby/Ward Roundabout Update -5/06/22

By Mike Whitter / May 6, 2022

US 20: Ward-Hamby Road Intersection Project (Bend Area) –

The ODOT US 20 Ward/Hamby roundabout is open to traffic as of May 7. Hamby Road is also open to traffic between US 20 and Neff Road, but Ward Road will remain closed through May 20. Ward Road is closed between US 20 and Bear Creek Road. A designated detour route is in place

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Hwy20 Hamby/Ward Roundabout Update -4/22/22

By Mike Whitter / April 23, 2022

ODOT Region 4 Weekly Construction Update – April 25 – 29, 2022

U.S. 20: Ward/Hamby Rd. Intersection Project (MP 3.26 – MP 3.86)

ODOT will construct a single-lane roundabout at the intersection of U.S. 20 and Ward/Hamby roads.

The Contractor will have a full road closure of Hamby Rd. at US20 and a full road closure of Ward Rd. at

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Radar Speed Sign Request – We need your feedback by 4/24/22

By Mike Whitter / April 19, 2022

Please submit your request for a Radar Speed sign at MVNA Radar Sign Request Form.

The deadline for MVNA requests is extended to  April 24th.

City guidelines for a request: “the street locations should be more than three blocks long, connect other streets in the neighborhood, and have multiple speeding complaints. Signs can only go where there is an

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“School speed 20 mph when flashing signs” will be installed on Neff Road this summer

By Mike Whitter / April 5, 2022

Per City Engineering, “School speed 20 mph when flashing signs” will be installed this summer at Neff Road and the crosswalks for Pilot Butte Middle School. They will be programmed in coordination with the school district and flash when students are on their way to and from school (both elementary and middle school start and end times will be accommodated).

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