Photos by Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Construction workers work on a new roundabout last week at the intersection of Third Street and Murphy Road in Bend.
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Road project nearing finish line
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Rob Hamilton, left, and Kris Aldous, work on the stone masonry for a light post in downtown Sisters on Thursday afternoon. Construction on the Cascade Avenue project, underway since March, is winding down. A ribbon-cutting ceremony is scheduled for May 23.
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Next phase begins in June
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Bert Faddis installs a cover around a storm drain in the median of Reed Market Road during construction on the Bend street on Thursday. The next phase of the Reed Market roadwork is scheduled to begin in June.
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PREPPED FOR PAVING IN SISTERS
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$18.3M Reed Market project?in midst of 3rd stage of work
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Ryan O?Connor, of Roats Excavation, buries a marker for a water line at the corner of Southeast Daly Estates Drive and Southeast Reed Market Road on Wednesday in Bend. The work is part of the Reed Market Road construction project, currently taking place between Southeast 27th Street and Southeast Orion Drive. This current portion of the construction is expected to end in late May.
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Overhaul of Sisters street in full swing
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin A six-block stretch through the heart of Sisters is undergoing a $6.6 million reconstruction project. The main roadwork and sidewalk construction is slated to be completed by May 15.
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Here comes a bridge
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Lane to Lava Lands underway
Rob Kerr / The Bulletin Excavators, dump trucks and other heavy equipment are at work near the Benham Falls East Day Use Area near Sunriver Friday. An asphalt path reaching from Sunriver to the Lava Lands Visitor Center, intended for cyclists, runners and walkers, could be completed by fall.