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Lane County State Highway Construction
 
 
 
July 22-28, 2016
 
LANE COUNTY
US101: Cooks Chasm – Sutton Creek Sec. (MP167.23 to MP184.8)
Project Summary:
  • Pave approximately 17 miles on the Oregon Coast Highway
  • Replace and/or adjust signs and guardrail
Remarks: Daytime delays are expected up to 20 minutes. Traffic controlled by flaggers and pilot car. Work activities include signage, guardrail and paving approaches. The job is expected to be completed by mid-September.
Steve Templin, Project Manager (541) 744-8080
 
 
US101: Siuslaw R Bridge (Florence), Cathodic Protection (MP 190.8-MP191.21)
Project Summary:
  • Make repairs to the existing concrete and reinforcement and replace the cathodic protection system on the Siuslaw River Bridge.
  • Add seismic restraints to help maintain the integrity of the bridge in an earthquake.
  • Replace existing rail with new ornamental bridge railing, as well as improving pedestrian access to the bridge.
Remarks: Single lane closures will be used for materials transfers, bridge rail and other roadwork on the approaches to the bridge. Delays may be up to 20 minutes but will normally be 5 minutes or less. The job is to be completed by the end of March 2019.
Steve Templin, Project Manager (541) 744-8080
 
 
US101: Siuslaw River Bridge – Douglas County Line (MP191.15 to MP198.58)
Project Summary:
  • Repave the highway and restripe this corridor
Remarks: Motorist can expect up to 20 minute daytime delays as the contractor installs guardrail and signs. Traffic will be controlled by flaggers and pilot car. This project is scheduled to be completed September 2016.
Karl Wieseke, Asst. Project manager (541) 517-3934
 
 
I-5 @ Beltline Interchange – Unit 4 (MP194 to MP195.75)
Project Summary:
  • Building a new bridge over I-5 to accommodate a reconfigured onramp
  • Building a sound wall south of Beltline and east of Coburg Road
  • Adding an additional lane on eastbound Beltline from Coburg Road to I-5 on ramp
  • Extending the multi-use path for bike and pedestrian travelers. The multi-use path will be extended south, linking Harlow Road to North Garden Way
Remarks: This is the last phase of a multi-year interchange project. Minimal delays during the day are expected. Lanes may be closed at night. Travelers should expect distractions from off-road work in the area and be prepared for trucks entering and exiting the roadway. Oregon State Police will be enforcing the speed limit through the work zone area. This project is scheduled to be completed December 2017.
Karl Wieseke, Asst. Project Manager (541) 517-3934
 
 
OR 126 (MP 50 – MP 47.2)
Beltline (MP 5 – 12)
Project Summary:
  • Grinding and paving pavement repair work
Remarks: Crews will be working from 7 p.m. until 6 a.m. beginning Sunday night, July 24 through Friday morning, July 29, moving through area. Lanes will be closed in the immediate work zone, short delays may occur.
Kevin Finch, Transportation Maintenance Manager (541) 686-7586
 
OR126: Torrence Rd – Cornerstone Dr (MP40.70 to MP47.35)
Project Summary:
  • Pave approximately 7 miles on the Florence – Eugene Highway
  • Replace and/or adjust signs and guardrail
  • Replace bridge rail and place new bridge membrane on Bridge No. 16649, just west of Veneta
  • Replace ADA sidewalk ramps at Territorial Hwy intersection
Remarks: Night Paving begins July 25, with lane closures Sunday through Thursday nights, 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Watch for truck traffic, workers and equipment entering and exiting the work area. The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of October 2016.
Steve Templin, Project Manager (541) 744-8080
 
 
US101: Sutton Lake to 10th Street (Florence) (MP 184.9 – MP190.2)
Project Summary:
  • Crack sealing
Remarks: Work will be done Monday through Thursday nights, 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., weather permitting. Travelers should expect lane closures and minimal delays. The project will take six to eight nights to complete. No work will be done on the weekend.
 
 
OR 429: Willamette Highway to Lava Odell Road (MP 0.00 – MP 2.39)
Project Summary:
  • Chip seal applications and paving on approximately 2 miles of Crescent Lake Highway
  • Remove, install, and/or replace signs
Remarks: Motorists can expect up to 20 minute daytime delays as the contractor applies fine and coarse aggregate chip seal applications. Fine aggregate chip seal work is scheduled to begin on July 25. Applications should be completed in one day and will require a 14 day cure time. Traffic will be allowed on the chip seal after it is applied, but drivers should use caution and be aware of the potential of loose gravel on the highway.
Steve Templin, Project Manager (541) 744-8080  
 
 

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