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U.S. 101 New Youngs Bay Bridge Repairs

Construction Phase

Region 2: Willamette Valley and Northwest Oregon (Astoria, Clatsop)


​​This is an extensive bridge repair project.​

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Impacts

Traffic Impact

Most of the work that impacts the travel lanes will be done at night. There may be times when one-lane closures occur to accommodate equipment needed for the work and activities being done underneath the bridge. 


Construction Impacts

to learn about other projects in construction, view our interactive mapA 14 day full night closure will occur in June 2021 to replace the lift span bracing. The closure will detour traffic onto U.S. 101 Business route.

For the most up to date traffic information visit TripCheck.

To find out about other projects constructing this year, view our interactive map.   


Access for pedestrians, including those with disabilities, will be available and identified through or around work zones.


Schedule

Construction estimated to be completed in late 2021.

Details

About

​The bridge was built in 1963 and with heavy traffic usage, deterioration and direct exposure to the elements, and rapid changes in temperature, the bridge is in need of repair.

With more than 20,000 vehicles a day on average using it, the bridge connects Astoria with the other communities on U.S. 101 and is an important life line in Clatsop County.  Making the necessary repairs enables the bridge to continue as a critical part of the North Coast transportation network.

The project work includes raising the lift span tower bracing above the high route clearance requirement, replacing rocker bearings, repairing the damaged concrete with galvanic cathodic protection, and replacing compression joint seals.

Project Details

  • Repair damaged concrete
  • Install cathodic protection
  • Replace joints
  • Bearing replacement
  • Raise the lift span tower​

Location

U.S. 101 | Youngs Bay along between Astoria and Warrenton.

Cost and Funding

​$12.4 million, with funding coming from the ODOT Bridge Program

Contacts & Media

Project Area Map

Project Contacts

Resident Engineer
Jayson Buchholz
Email
jayson.w.buchholz@odot.state.or.us
Phone
503-298-9180

Public Information Officer
Lou Torres
Email
louis.c.torres@odot.state.or.us
Phone
503-986-2880

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Last Updated

6/15/2021 9:55 AM

Project Number

18602



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