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Portland Area Construction Information

Construction Season is Here

Get an overview of our most-impactful projects in Portland. Want more? View a list of all our Portland metro area projects. 

Scroll down to view ODOT's planned construction impacts in the Portland metro area a week in advance through the Weekly Construction Update.  

I-405 ramp

I-405 Ramps

Joint repair along I-405 near Fremont Bridge and U.S. 26

  • The ramp from U.S. 30 to I-405 south closed Oct. 25 to Nov. 4. 
  • Lane and ramp closures throughout the project area at night and on weekends.
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I-205 Auxiliary Lanes

Johnson Creek to the Glenn Jackson Bridge

  • Nighttime lane and ramp closures between Johnson Creek Boulevard and the Glenn Jackson Bridge as this project nears completion. Two new auxiliary lanes are open and the third will open soon. 
Work zone

Bridge Maintenance

Weight capacity repairs for three Region 1 bridges

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Outer Powell

U.S. 26 Outer Powell Transportation Safety

  • Nighttime lane closures with flaggers directing traffic on SE Powell Boulevard. Periodic bike lane and pedestrian impacts.
  • Traffic will be shifted to the north side of the street while construction takes place on the south side of the stret through December 2019.
Learn More

Weekly Construction Updates

for Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington and Hood River Counties. 

There are two ways to learn about construction taking place on a weekly basis. 

  1. Visit Constantly updated with construction and crash data, TripCheck is the best way to learn about roadway conditions around the state.

    You can also follow ODOT on Twitter (@OregonDOT) and Facebook (@OregonDOT) to get real-time updates.

  2. View the weekly construction report or calendar for a visual format. Sign up to receive the report in your email on Fridays. Construction information is shown for one week, giving you the most up-to-date information for targeted areas in the Portland-metro region. 

Trip Resources

  • Commute to and from work before or after rush hour. 
  • Carpool using alternate routes, take transit, or bike or walk. 
  • Be patient and drive safely. With increased congestion, construction workers on the road, and many people driving alternate routes, attentive and safe driving will be more important than ever this summer.

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