Garden Corner Curves
Welcome to the City of Tualatin’s Garden Corner Curves project website!
CONSTRUCTION IS UNDERWAY!
Phase 1 construction has begun and will continue through 2021.
Link to preferred concept designs.
In May 2018, Tualatin voters approved the $20 million bond measure to support high priority transportation projects, distributed city wide. Garden Corner Curves has been identified as a priority project that will improve neighborhood safety.
The Garden Corner Curves Corridor is a narrow, constrained roadway which accommodates people driving, walking and biking. The corridor includes SW 105th Avenue, SW Blake Street, and SW 108th Avenue - a map of the corridor is shown HERE. The goal of this project is to develop solutions that balance cost, safety for all users, community needs, environmental impacts, and right-of-way.
- Narrow roadway with limited public right-of-way available to widen or construct other improvements
- Road is used by people walking and biking, with no separated path, and little to no shoulder
- Road has sharp curves, limited visibility, there are steep banks/ditches beyond the edge of pavement
Phase 1 (through end of 2020) work this year will include improvements that slow traffic like narrowing the roadway and building the raised crosswalk at 108th Ave and Blake St.
Phase 2 (through fall 2021) work next year will include replacing the creek culvert and sewer line, construction of the trail, stormwater planter, and reconstruction of the roadway.