This update will examine a few of the projects around eastern Los Endos, most of them undertaken by the city's public works department.
Development near Los Endos Boulevard, at the section that was just widened in Update 44. (looking east)
In order to accommodate further development in the Foothill area, the rest of Los Endos Boulevard will get widened as well. This is near SE 71st Court. (looking south)
This here is Highway 94 about a mile east of the NE 65th Street Interchange from last time. That little bit of dirt being moved around there is the start of the Jan Haskins Parkway. (looking east)
As you can see in this pic, it's a little farther along now. (looking east)
This is the start of the south end of the parkway, where it will intersect with Los Endos Boulevard. Lots of explosives involved in carving out part of the cliff there. (looking east)
Now we'll be heading over to the Tartan area, which is on the peninsula shown in the map from last update. This is the existing intersection of SE Memo Road and SE Gehrts Way. These are the two main arterials through the Tartan area, and as such, they need widening quite badly. Hence, the City of Los Endos has embarked upon the Tartan Corridor project. (looking north)
This is Gehrts Way just to the west of the intersection in the previous image. (looking north)
Just north of that bend, Gehrts turns into SE 50th Street, which has an interchange with Highway 94 about 1.5 miles north. The track and field there is part of Tartan High School. (looking north)
Work begins at the Gehrts/Memo intersection. (looking north)
That does it for this installment of Tarkusian Cities. More construction ahead.