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Final IAMP Ready for Review

The Final IAMP has developed based on the project memorandums completed to-date, input from Project Team (PT) members, local property owners, agency staff, and the general public. The document is now posted and available for review.

Please note that the IAMP has not been adopted by the City of Klamath Falls, Klamath County, or the Oregon Transportation Commission. Adoption hearings are pending for all of those jurisdictions. As such, the Final IAMP is still subject to change.

Thank you to everyone who has been involved in this effort. Everyone's input was much appreciated and contributed to the development of the final plan.

The plan can be viewed on the Project Documents tab or by clicking HERE

Posted October 24th, 2012

Public Workshop #2 on July 19th! Virtual Open House live NOW!

Public Workshop #2 will be held Thursday, July 19th from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the Klamath County Commissioners Hearing Room (305 Main Street). At this meeting, attendees will be presented with the current alternatives being considered for the interchange area and asked to provide their feedback.

If you are unable to attend the meeting, please take a look at the Virtual Open House. The alternatives to be discussed are posted here. You can take a look and leave your feedback. Even if you attend the meeting in person, the Virtual Open House provides some great options to get your input heard. Be sure to click the link and take a look!

We look forward to hearing your input!

Posted July 18th, 2012

Public workshop to be held week of March 19

A public workshop will be held the week of March 19. A specific date will be selected soon and posted to this website.

This workshop will focus on the evaluation criteria that will be used to evaluate interchange alternatives, the existing conditions analysis currently being conducted, and the future conditions analysis assuming no interchange modifications are made. These efforts will provide the project team with a baseline by which to consider interchange alternatives.

The public will be asked to provide their feedback on the material presented.

This workshop will be a great chance to keep up-to-date with what is happening on the project. Please plan to attend!

Stay tuned for more information!

Posted January 30th, 2012

Visioning workshop and initial project team meetings are complete

The OR 66 Green Springs Highway IAMP kicked off by holding a well attended visioning workshop for members of the public. At this meeting, attendees were able to share their ideas about what the interchange might look like in the future and voice their concerns about issues that should be considered as part of the project. All ideas presented at the workshop have been reviewed and will be an integral part of the process moving forward.

Thanks to everyone who attended!

Also, the project team has met on two different occasions to discuss initial project tasks. This group will continue to meet throughout the project to review project materials that are developed.

Posted January 30th, 2012

Upcoming Visioning Workshop

The Green Springs IAMP project team is going to be soliciting input from the public for their vision of what an improved interchange at OR 66/US 97 would look like. This event will provide participants with an overview of the project, a crash course on interchange design basics, and the opportunity to actually draw out a new interchange configuration.

The project team would like to to encourage any and all members of the public interested in the future of the area in the vicinity of the interchange to attend and provide their input!

Click below for more information:


Posted November 30th, 2011

The IAMP has begun!

Welcome to the project website for the OR 66 Green Springs Interchange Area Access Management Plan! Please check back often throughout the project for the latest information and document related to the project. Specifically, please plan to attend a meeting and provide your thoughts about the project.

Check here for an upcoming meeting to attend:


Posted November 3rd, 2011