Improvements along 2,000-ft of roadway to enhance the City of Newberg’s Transportation System Plan.
3J provided civil project management, water resource analysis, transportation engineering, stormwater, sanitary sewer and potable and reclaim water system design for 2,000-ft of roadway in Newberg, OR.
Classified as a major collector street in the City’s Transportation System Plan, identified improvements for the roadway included: a mini roundabout, new pavement throughout the project, addition of two travel lanes, bike lanes, planter strips, sidewalks, curb and gutter.
The City and 3J utilized a modified 30% design process which allowed City staff to actively participate in design development through a series of face-to-face meetings. This process established a working relationship setting the stage to successfully add the mini roundabout to the project during the 60% phase.
3J managed a team of subconsultants providing survey services, traffic engineering, public involvement, arborist services, landscape design and right-of-way acquisition.
City of Newberg
3J assisted the City of Newberg with improving 2,000 feet of roadway.
Improvements included: Two Travel Lanes Sidewalk new pavement, curb & gutter Bike Lanes Utilities Mini Roundabout Planter Strips street lighting & landscaping
A mini-roundabout is added to lower travel speeds while promoting a continuous, circular flow of traffic.
The updated road improved access, safety, and ease of use for residents, motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists.