The bridge over Hood River on I-84 was built in 1953. As an old bridge, the concrete on the bridge deck is deteriorating and needs to be repaired.
The bridge is made of two separate bridges, one for eastbound and the other for westbound traffic. During the construction work, efforts will be made to reduce impacts to the Slough Pedestrian and Bike Trail that is located below the bridge.
The project will include the following:
- Eastbound bridge - replace the six-inch deck with a thicker deck and strengthened steel girders.
- Construction impacts will require one lane of traffic in each direction (EB & WB) to be closed for staging. The auxiliary lanes will remain open under daytime work.
- There will be intermittent night-time closures of the auxiliary lanes and closure of I-84 entrance and exit ramps at Exit 63 and 64, with a detour available, to perform construction of bridge temporary containment and paving and striping work off the bridge ends.
I-84 bridge over Hood River
Cost and Funding
This project is estimated to cost $12.25 million.
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