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Weekly Construction Updates

Weekly Construction Report
for Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington and Hood River Counties

You can receive weekly construction updates via email and/or text message. Choose the drop down arrow and select either "email" or "sms" and enter your desired information. Under "subscription topics", choose, "Portland Metro & Columbia Gorge (Region 1)" and then the "Weekly Construction Update.


Read the complete report for the week of April 25 - May 2, 2015​.*

 * Schedules are subject to change due to weather and site conditions. ​

For updates on projects on specific highways, click on the links below:

Interstate 5 (Pacific Highway)

Interstate 84 (Columbia River Highway/Banfield Expressway)

Interstate 205 (East Portland Freeway)

Interstate 405 (Stadium Freeway)

U.S. 26 (Sunset Highway/Mt. Hood Highway)

U.S. 30 (Lower/Historic Columbia River Highway)

Oregon Highway 8 (Canyon Road/Tualatin Valley Highway/Baseline Street)

Oregon Highway 10 (Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway/Farmington Highway)

Oregon Highway 35 (Mt. Hood Scenic Byway)

Oregon Highway 43 (Oswego Highway/Macadam Avenue)

Oregon Highway 47 (Tualatin Valley Highway)

Oregon Highway 99E (Pacific Highway East/McLoughlin Boulevard)

Oregon Highway 99W (Pacific Highway West)

Oregon Highway 210​ (Scholls Ferry Road)

Oregon Highway 211 (Woodburn-Estacada Highway)

Oregon Highway 212 (Clackamas-Boring Highway)

Oregon Highway 213 (Cascade Highway South/82nd Avenue)

Oregon Highway 217 (Beaverton-Tigard Highway)

Oregon Highway 219​ (Hillsboro-Silverton Highway)

Oregon Highway 224 (Clackamas Highway)​​​​​​​​

Tips for driving safely in work zones

  • The most important action drivers can take is to pay complete attention to the driving task, especially in the transition zone before the work area. An inattentive driver is the most common cause of work zone crashes. Drivers and their passengers — not workers — make up the majority of work zone fatalities.
  • Orange is your clue! Slow down when you see orange signs, cones, barrels and barricades. Speeding is the second most common cause of work zone crashes.
  • Double your following distance. Don’t tailgate.
  • Get in the correct lane well in advance.
  • Remember, work zone traffic lanes often are narrow, without shoulders or emergency lanes.
  • Be aware of temporary accesses on either side of the roadway.
  • Expect delays — plan for them and leave early so you can drive safely through the work zone.
  • Patience is vital! Be as courteous to other drivers as you’d like them to be to you.
  • Avoid work zones when you can by using an alternate route.
  • Know before you go! Call 511 or visit www.TripCheck.com to check routes, work zones and road and weather conditions before you head out.​
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