BETTER ROADS THANKS TO YOU!
Thanks to support from voters, the City of Bend is implementing a $30 million street improvement program.
Progress continues on Bend’s road system upgrades!
In May 2011, Bend voters passed a General Obligation Bond Measure to fund street improvements throughout our City. This allowed the City of Bend to authorize $30 million to upgrade several major street corridors and intersections. In addition to upgrading our transportation infrastructure to improve safety and congestion, the GO Bond program is supporting hundreds of jobs, the vast majority of which are being filled locally.
- 14th Street/Century Drive
This project would bring 14th Street from Galveston Ave. to Simpson Ave. to urban standards with bike lanes and sidewalks. With a $3.5 million budget, it is conditional on sufficient budget remaining after all of the other projects are complete. Consequently, it could be scaled back or eliminated. The City of Bend has made a commitment not to exceed the $30 million approved by voters in the 2011 Transportation General Obligation Bond Measure.
- 27th Street
27th Street from Reed Market Road to Medical Center Drive will be reconstructed to urban standards as part of the SE Interceptor sewer work. The $1 million in construction costs will be combined with that project’s budget.
Project Schedules - 496 KB
Completed GO Bond Projects
Link to more GO Bond Program information
GO Bond funded projects: (links open to project fact sheet)
» Reed Market Road (3rd-27th)
» 27th Street (will be repaved as part of the SE Interceptor project)
» 14th Street*
o = roundabout projects
» = corridor projects
*If funding is available