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  • Central Oregon Highways TV Program
     
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    From heavy rigs making way for a new highway, to musicians welcoming cyclists to Central Oregon, we've got it all on the latest Central Oregon Highways program.
     
    Click here to see it the latest Central Oregon Highways program.

     

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 Seasonal Road & Driving Information 

For winter travel tips and information click here.  Learn where to go for weather and road information, how to put on tire chains, the scoop on Sno-Parks and much more.

Region 4 Newsroom

Highway Projects by County  

 


ODOT welcomes cyclists

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Old Time Fiddlers welcome 2,000 cyclists to ODOT's Central Oregon Highways for the 2014 Cycle Oregon event.
 

US20 - Sisters Project - Phase Two 

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The lights are on in Sisters.  ODOT's project to restore the highway surface in Sisters is nearing the end...and ODOT lit up US20/Cascade Avenue in late August.
 
Learn more about the project.
 
Click the link here.    

Volunteers Lend ODOT A Helping Hand 

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Volunteers help keep our highways clean.
 
Just an hour or two of time can make a big difference.
Click here to see the video.

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ODOT's Beautiful Bridges

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Isaac Lee Patterson Bridge over the Rogue River at Gold Beach.

From the Crooked River High Bridge to the Dry Canyon Bridge in the Gorge and up and down the Coast, Conde McCullough has left a legacy of beautiful bridges for Oregonians.   
 
Click here to see video.    

 ODOT's Journey Through Time Scenic Byway  

Clarno 4 Byway.jpgTravel through 50 million years in less than a day along the Journey Through Time Scenic Byway.   
 

Modern life co-exists with fossils from millions of years ago along a highway like no other. 

Click here to see a video of the Journey Through Time Scenic Byway. 

OR218 passes by the Clarno Unit Palisades of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument.