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Marion, Polk & Yamhill Counties
For More Information: Shane Ottosen, Project Manager
(503) 986-2900
Lou Torres, Public Information Officer
(503) 986-2880
 
 
Marion, Polk and Yamhill Counties
State Highway Construction
 
 
 
 
April 19-26
 
 
OR 18: NEWBERG – DUNDEE BYPASS (Phase 1B)
OR 18: (Hwy. 39, Salmon River Highway, mile points 55.87 to 59.66)
 
This is a grading, drainage and structures project to begin the development of a new bypass highway alignment connecting OR219 (Hwy. 140, Hillsboro – Silverton Highway) to OR99W (Hwy. 1W, Pacific Highway West), in Yamhill County. This is the second contract for the multi-phase roadway connecting these two cities with a new route along the Willamette River. Most all of the work occurs away from current state highways. Impacts to OR99W (near Niederberger Road) at Dundee and OR219 (near Wynooski Road) at Newberg, will be the due to the trucking of excavated material leaving the project and the importing of stone embankment material coming to the project. Impacts should be limited to trucks entering and leaving the project.
 
 
FFO I-5 @ OR214 Interchange (Woodburn) Development
OR219/OR214: (Hillsboro – Silverton Highway, mile points 36.24 to 37.87) & (I-5, mile posts 271.53 to 276.01)
 
This is an interchange modernization project that includes widening the existing bridge over I-5, new interchange ramps, reconstruction and widening of OR219 / OR214 from Willow Ave. to Broughton Way, re-alignment of Arney Road, construction of a new transit facility at Evergreen Road, construction of sound walls, new signing, new illumination and more.
 
Motorists can expect intermittent night time lane closures on I-5, between the hours of 6 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. northbound and 7 p.m. and 6:30 a.m. southbound, Monday through Friday.
 
Motorists should expect intermittent night time traffic delays on OR219 & OR214 between the hours of 8 p.m. and 6 a.m., Monday through Friday.
 
Access to all businesses will remain open during construction. Motorists should look for and follow the blue “business access” signs and blue cones to reach the businesses.