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U.S. 101 Johnson Creek Landslide Repair

Construction Phase

Region 2: Willamette Valley and Northwest Oregon (Lincoln)

​​​​​Drainage improvement to slow slide movement.

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Traffic Impact

Construction is underway. The repairs are being done off the highway, there should be minimal impacts to traffic flow, less than 20 minutes, when trucks need to enter or leave the jobsite.

Construction Impacts

Interactive Construction MapOpen House IconMoving rock material and major equipment to the project site will cause occasional delays. 
We have installed automated flagger assisted devices to keep flaggers safely off the highway when traffic is stopped to allow trucks to enter or leave the jobsite.

Crews will be working during the day, Monday through Thursday. Work is expected to be completed in September.

​Visit TripCheck for current information on traffic impacts.

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



​The Oregon Coast Highway 101 suffers from significant movement due to local landslides and coastal erosion. 

This project will install a trench to improve the drainage in the area. The improved drainage should help slow the slide movement in the area.


Design: 2019 - 2021
Construction in 2021


U.S. 101 |

​Milepost 133.2

Cost and Funding

​Total Budget: $1,675,000

Contacts & Media

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Project Contacts

Resident Engineer
Steve Schultz

Public Information Officer
Angela Beers Seydel

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Last Updated

5/6/2021 9:53 PM

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