Hollywood Dr: Silverton Rd to Greenfield Ln
Roadway and Pedestrian Improvements
Marion County has received federal funding to improve Hollywood Drive between Silverton Rd and approximately 600 feet south of Greenfield Lane. This project involves the design and construction of curbs, sidewalks and bike lanes on both sides of the County owned portion of the roadway and on the west side of the City owned portion. Drainage improvements would include a new conveyance system in Hollywood Drive, water quality planters where right-of-way allows, planter strips and yard/area drains where needed. Also included is a pavement overlay after the widening improvements are completed. Another component of this project involves the design and construction of a traffic signal at the intersection of Hollywood Drive and Silverton Road with a northbound left turn on Hollywood Drive. Limited sidewalk and roadway work will be necessary on the south side of Silverton Road to accommodate the turn lane widening. Curb ramps and crosswalks will also be included.
Federal Aid Urban Surface Transportation funds along with County matching funds are being utilized to construct the upgrades. The total project cost is estimated to be $3,942,000 which includes engineering, right of way, construction, and administration.
Construction is expected to begin in the summer of 2022 and be completed in the spring of 2023.
Public Meeting/Open House Notice January 15, 2021
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