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With over 18,000 lane miles of pavement to manage, the Oregon Department of Transportation strives to be a good steward of Oregon's transportation assets through efficient use of taxpayer resources.
When we perform the right treatment to the right road at the right time, ODOT is better able to preserve the life of Oregon's highway system.
Tools for Analyzing Pavement Condition
The following maps represent pavement conditions for the state highway system.
For information on obtaining the best results when printing these maps or to locate the corresponding Microstation plotter files, see Maps and GIS page.
Maps from past years are available upon request.
Pavement conditions are surveyed every other year for all state mainline highways that are under ODOT's jurisdiction.
Pavement condition reports are produced both with and without maps. Please note that these reports are large and may take additional time to download.
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