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JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON
ROADS DEPARTMENT
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WHITE CITY, OR 97503 
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Seven Oaks Road - Project Summary

Roadway at railroad crossing will be removed

  • 4 June 2019
  • Author: Roads
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Seven Oaks Road - Project Summary

This project is being completed at the request and expense of the City of Central Point due to the installation of a new railroad crossing related to the Twin Creeks development near Crater High School.  Oregon State Law requires that in order to gain approval for a new crossing (Twin Creeks), an existing crossing has to be closed as the new one is opened.

Motorists are asked to watch for signs, construction barrels, and barricades.  Signage will soon be updated along Highway 99 as well as Scenic Avenue to adequately notify drivers that this crossing is closing and no longer in service.  Emergency service agencies and dispatchers will also be notified of the permanent change in travel patterns.

The actual road closure will take place in conjunction with the opening of the new crossing.  Later, work will be completed to remove asphalt and construct an appropriate long-term turnaround.

 

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Jackson County Roads is focused on maintaining our public road right-of-ways.  To that end, we and our contractors are out in force most every day performing maintenance and construction work.  The graphic above links to our projects page where you can access information about what we are accomplishing, including a list of what we plan to work on each day.  See the Happening Today! - Daily Projects PDF to get information to help you plan your travel routes.

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