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  • Popular seasonal highway opens

    The McKenzie Pass Highway (Oregon 242) in the central Oregon Cascades opened to all traffic June 16. ODOT closes the highway seasonally. Motorists driving on this beautiful, but curvy road need to be aware of bicyclists and pedestrians on the roadway. Vehicles longer than 35 feet are prohibited from using the highway.

  • Safe Passage for Bikes

    Safe Passing Basics:

            • Slow Down and pass on the left.
            • Leave enough space to avoid contact with the rider.
            • Always lean on the side of caution.

    Share the Road. The Way to Go

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Vehicle Code, so riders must wait for a green light
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