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Oregon Department of Transportation Please visit our online open house to learn about sidewalk curb ramp upgrades starting this summer in Malheur County communities We will be upgrading sidewalk curb ramps along state highways in the communities of Vale and Nyssa. The work along sections of U.S. 20/26 is needed to improve safety and bring the sidewalks up to current Americans with Disability Act standards. Work is expected to start late summer in some areas, with all work completed by the end of next year. During construction, impacted sidewalk ramps will be closed with ADA accessible pedestrian detours identified around the worksites. Our goal is to work on only one ramp at a time per corner to limit the pedestrian impacts as much as possible. To find out more and to provide your feedback, visit our online open house between June 24th and July 22, 2020 at... http://openhouse.oregondot.org/ malheur-county-curb-ramps We greatly appreciate your feedback and comments about this project. Questions can be directed to ODOT Project Leader Bryan Strasser 541-823-4039, or by email at Bryan.e.strasser@odot.state.or.us. Information can be made available in alternative formats upon request. Please call Bryan Strasser (contact info above) or the statewide relay at 7-1-1. ODOT is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission or access to our programs, services, activities, hiring and employment practices. Questions: 1-877-336-6368 (EEO-ODOT) or call statewide relay at 7-1-1 Oregon Department of Transportation Please visit our online open house to learn about sidewalk curb ramp upgrades starting this summer in Malheur County communities We will be upgrading sidewalk curb ramps along state highways in the communities of Vale and Nyssa. The work along sections of U.S. 20/26 is needed to improve safety and bring the sidewalks up to current Americans with Disability Act standards. Work is expected to start late summer in some areas, with all work completed by the end of next year. During construction, impacted sidewalk ramps will be closed with ADA accessible pedestrian detours identified around the worksites. Our goal is to work on only one ramp at a time per corner to limit the pedestrian impacts as much as possible. To find out more and to provide your feedback, visit our online open house between June 24th and July 22, 2020 at... http://openhouse.oregondot.org/ malheur-county-curb-ramps We greatly appreciate your feedback and comments about this project. Questions can be directed to ODOT Project Leader Bryan Strasser 541-823-4039, or by email at Bryan.e.strasser@odot.state.or.us. Information can be made available in alternative formats upon request. Please call Bryan Strasser (contact info above) or the statewide relay at 7-1-1. ODOT is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission or access to our programs, services, activities, hiring and employment practices. Questions: 1-877-336-6368 (EEO-ODOT) or call statewide relay at 7-1-1