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Region 2 News & Information Current Topics
U.S. 101
Region 2 is home to nearly 200 miles of U.S. 101.
The Oregon Coast Highway is a destination, a historic and cultural resource, and a challenge to maintain with landslides, hurricane force winds and more than 90 inches of rain per year.
The highway and the people who live along it and use it are often in the news.
General Information
Region 2 comprises Lane, Linn, Benton, Lincoln, Polk, Marion, Yamhill, Tillamook, Clatsop, Columbia, southern Clackamas and western Washington counties.

Region 2 has over 5,100 lane miles of state highways, with 868 bridges, including five movable bridges, and five tunnels, comprising 25% of the State's total highway miles.

Region 2 also has 860 miles of railroads, seven deep-water ports and two major Cascade mountain passes (Santiam and Willamette).


Get Weekly Construction Updates

Region 2 reports weekly on construction activities and resulting traffic impacts. The construction update is posted every Friday afternoon for the following week.
Willamette Valley and Northwest Coast Projects
Learn about construction projects under way or in the planning stage in Region 2.


Bridging a century of service
Region 2 is proud to be home for so many Conde McCullough bridges.
As ODOT celebrates its 100th anniversary, click here to learn about the person who was behind the state's iconic bridges. 
Learn about Oregon Passenger Rail
The Pacific Northwest Rail Corridor runs through the heart of ODOT's Region 2, between Eugene and the Columbia River.  A project is underway to study options for improving passenger rail service in the corridor.  Learn more about it by visiting the website for Oregon Passenger Rail. 


Lane Area Commission on Transportation (ACT) 

The Lane ACT recently approved its 150% STIP Enhance list for 2015-18.  See the projects approved at this point by clicking here.


To learn more about the STIP process, click here.


To learn more about Area Commissions on Transportation, visit the website.



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