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  • 2017 Eastern Oregon Construction and Utilities Career Day

    ​High school students from all over eastern Oregon learned about the construction and utilities trades on April 25 in Baker City at the 2017 Eastern Oregon Construction and Utilities Career Day.






    Held every two years since 2011, this event is the only of its kind serving eastern Oregon.

    Check out photos from this year's event. You can also watch the video from our 2015 Career Day. 

    For more information, contact Tom Strandberg at 541-963-1330, or Aaron Reyna at 541-963-1350.

Important Public Information Current Topics

Did you miss the Feb. 27 STIP meeting?

If you missed the Feb. 27 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) meeting, but want to know  about projects planned for the eastern Oregon area, check out the below links to project map and listings, program overview presentation and other STIP related documents.

 2018-2021 STIP Information

Interested in learning about transportation projects proposed for eastern Oregon in the 2018-2021 construction seasons? Check out the project listing and background information  for the Draft 2018-2021 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). 
 
 
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Who ya gonna call with questions? ODOT Region 5 Public Information Officer Tom Strandberg at 531-963-1330.
 

Know before you go


Get the latest road and weather conditions 24 hours a day via www.TripCheck.com​
 

 
 

U.S. 395 Curve Signs and Sensors part of Pilot Freight Project

Curve signs and road sensors installed south of Ukiah are helping freight haulers safety move goods along a length restricted stretch of U.S. Hwy. 395 between Pilot Rock and Mt. Vernon. Find out what those new signs mean and how ODOT is helping local economies. CLICK HERE for the full story


 

The ABCs of U.S. 395 Mile Markers

Every wonder what those letters  are for on mile markers along U.S. Hwy. 395 and OR207 in eastern Oregon? 
 
 

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Transportation projects help bring jobs to eastern Oregon​

Port of Morrow General Manager 

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Gary Neal talks about recent 

improvements funded by the 

Oregon Jobs and Transportation Act

(JTA) program.

 

  VIDEO


 

Mayor talks about Athena Main Street improvements

In 2013 the small eastern Oregon town of Athena received over $2 million in street upgrades. Watch Athena Mayor John Shafer talk about the work that has improved safety and livability for this small gem of a community.

 

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The project was partially funded through the Oregon Jobs and Transportation Act (JTA).

 

 

​ Get a visual taste of Hells Canyon Scenic Byway

If your vacation plans include a trip to Eastern Oregon's Hells Canyon Scenic Byway, or if you just want a quick peek at this legendary, 208-mile-long All American Road check out ODOT's eight minute video tour. 

 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 VIDEO   Click HERE to go to the YouTube video.
 

Click HERE to check out ODOT's Scenic Byway website with links to other byway videos and information.