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Some residents on Alfalfa Market Road east of Bend are concerned about possible bicycle -car accidents on the road. Andy Andrews has lived in Alfalfa for twenty years, but he says in the last couple years, bikers will ride five abreast on the narrow, windy road.  “We're very concerned about bicyclists putting themselves in a dangerous position to be killed. And I think if we just talk about it there are things we can do. It's hard for drivers coming over the hill and seeing them ride several across and we want to make sure no one gets killed. That’s my major concern.” Andrews feels bikers when going down a hill should stay to the right and move out of the way, so no one gets hurt. He believes there's a way for both bicyclists and cars to share the road, so everyone can stay safe.

 

 

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King Solomon Lane closed between Ferguson Road and King David. (7/25)

 

Jones Road, full road closure between Bennington Lane and NE Butler Market Road. May 18 – August 18, local access only.
 

Oregon State University off-site improvements for intersection reconstruction, July 11 – August 3,    7 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., at intersection of Chandler Avenue and Yates Drive.

 

Orion Drive closed in two locations for sewer work; at the intersection with Avery Lane and between Desert Woods Drive and King Hezekiah Way.  From July 11 to Sept. 6. Detours marked.

 

Valhalla Sewer Relocation Project, Mt. Washington Drive at Shevlin Park Road intersection and North to Regency Street. Nighttime closures with detours marked during roundabout construction. Daytime closures for construction towards Regency Street.    7 p.m. – 7 a.m., July 11 – November.

 

R.A.B. Construction:

 

Murphy Road and Parrell Road closed with detours. (9/30)

 

Powell Butte Highway at Neff and Alfalfa Market Roads (8/31)

 
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