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I-5: California Stateline to Ashland Paving

Construction Phase

Region 3: Southwestern Oregon (Ashland, Jackson)


​​​​​​​​​​​​​​This project repairs and upgrades the concrete roadway, bridges and guardrails on I-5 from the California border to south of Ashland.

Impacts

Traffic Impact

​All lanes and ramps are scheduled to reopen for the winter season Thursday, Oct. 15.

ODOT is using Smart Work Zone real-time Bluetooth technology to record travel times through the work zone. Visit Tripcheck.com.

Construction Impacts

Contractor is working this week to reopen all lanes and ramps by Thursday, Oct. 15. 

Watch for slow moving traffic and 40 mph construction speed limit in the work zone.

Project will close for the winter season and return next April.



Meetings and Events

Due to the ongoing public health emergency, residents along Old Siskiyou Highway and the Mt. Ashland Ski Road have been mailed notices directly of the project impacts.

Schedule

Next year, (2021), the contractor will be back on the interstate by mid-April, weather-permitting to work on the southbound Exit 6 bridge deck and other interstate work.

Details

About

​We're maintaining the roadway, bridges and other highway safety features for the future.

Location

I-5 | ​Interstate 5 from the border with California to just south of Ashland (MP 0 to 11.45)

Cost and Funding

​Estimated at $25.7 million.

Contractor

​Carter and Company of Salem

Benefits

​This project rehabilitates and rebuilds the concrete road surface, which is rutted and in poor condition.

What Problem Will This Improve?

The concrete pavement is in poor condition. Much of the roadway surface is damaged and rutted by chains and studded tires since it is in a snow zone.

This project improves the condition of the concrete pavement by using a one-half inch concrete grind to remove roadway ruts. This grinding method is similar to using rough sandpaper to profile a piece of wood.

Concrete roadway sections  in poor condition will be rebuilt. 
We're currently in year two of the project. Much of this year's work is take up with constructing the new Exit 6 northbound bridge deck.

The project will repave asphalt shoulders and exit ramps and replaces guardrail within the project limits.

Affected bridges are:
  • OR 273 bridge over I-5 MP 0.95 (Exit 1 overpass)
  • I-5 Bridges at MP 4.63 (near Siskiyou Summit) over OR 273
  • I-5 Bridges at Exit 6 (Old Siskiyou Hwy, Mt. Ashland, Callahan’s, Upper Shed Exit)
  • I-5 Bridge over OR 99- MP 11.89 (Ashland Exit 11 NB directional exit)​​​

Additional Information

I-5 Exit 6 NB Bridge closure_Traffic.jpg

Wondering about the delay? ODOT is using Smart Work Zone real-time Bluetooth technology to keep track of travel times through the work zone. Look for the stopwatch at either end of the work zone at Tripcheck.com​​.
Vert_SingleLaneOverExit6_May1_2020.jpg



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Project Contacts

Public Information Officer
Gary Leaming
Email
Gary.W.Leaming@odot.state.or.us
Phone
541-774-6388

Resident Engineer-Consultant Projects
Josh Lonie
Email
Josh.E.Lonie@odot.state.or.us
Phone
541-440-3496

Last Updated

10/15/2020 11:07 AM

Project Number

18873

Project Documents

Related documents to this project
I_5_CA state line_Ashland Maps4printing1.pdfMap: I-5 California border to Ashland Paving project (Stage 1)
I_5_CA state line_Ashland Paving_Project PagerSummer 2019.pdfProject Overview: I-5 California border to Ashland paving
I_5CA to AshlandPaving Begins_NewsRelease.pdfNews Release: I-5 work begins south of Ashland (July 3, 2019)
MovingAhead_May2019-I_5_CABordertoAshlandPavingStory.JPGMoving Ahead: I-5 California border to Ashland Paving article
NewsRelease_I-5SB Traffic Change Set for Thursday Night.pdfNews release: I-5 SB traffic change south of Ashland set for August 1, 2019
Siskiyou paving graphic.pdfGraphic: First year of single-lane traffic (Stage 1: July-October 2019)
I-5 Exit 6 bridge work starts next Monday.msgODOT news release on the I-5 Exit 6 bridge work planned to start April 27, 2020



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