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I-84 and I-5 Interchange Resurfacing

Construction Phase

Region 1: Portland metro and Hood River County (Portland, Multnomah)

Closures on the ramps that connect I-84 at I-5 will continue in order to extend the service life of the four ramps that connect the two interstates.​​ Get the dates, detour maps and learn more at our online open house.​


Construction Impacts

Thank you for your patience throughout the closures of the ramps that connect I-84 and I-5. 
The two-week closures are complete and we now have closures that will occur on nights and weekends.


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While the new roadway is complete, there is more work to do. We are now working on testing to ensure bridge joints are operating properly, a regular check after bridge joint installation. Thank you for your ongoing patience as we continue our work on the ramps that connect I-84 and I-5.

We will see upcoming intermittent closures of the ramps that connect I-84 and I-5. Closures will occur during nights between 10pm and 5am and weekends between Fridays at 10pm and Mondays at 5am. The ramps that will see closures during these times include:

  • The ramp from southbound I-5 to eastbound I-84
  • The ramp from westbound I-84 to southbound I-5
  • The ramp from westbound I-84 to northbound I-5
    • The on-ramps to I-84 westbound at NE Sandy Blvd and NE 33 Avenue will be closed during these full weekend ramp closures. 
Here is the up-to-date closure schedule:
  • The ramp from I-5 southbound to I-84 eastbound will be closed Thursday and Friday night this week (May 2 and May 3) starting at 10 p.m. each night and re-opening by 5 a.m. the following morning.
  • The ramp from I-84 westbound to I-5 southbound will be closed starting at midnight, 12 a.m. Saturday morning (May 4). This ramp will re-open by midnight, 12 a.m. Sunday morning (May 5).



I-84 | at the I-5 interchange

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Night and weekend closures of the ramps that connect I-84 at I-5 continue. The work being done extends the service life of the four ramps that connect the two interstates. Three ramps were in need of structural repair and structural resurfacing. One of the ramps only required surface repairs.

What Problem Will This Improve?

An average of ​147,000 vehicles pass through the I-84 and I-5 interchange on a daily basis. The concrete ramps that carry this traffic were showing wear and tear. The work included replacing bridge joints, performing structural​ repairs and resurfacing. Without these repairs, the ramps would have needed to close to trucks or other heavy vehicles and could have eventually stopped serving all drivers.

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Last Updated

4/30/2019 1:55 PM

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Project Documents

Related documents to this project
I-5-at-I-84-Fact-Sheet-19531.pdfThis fact sheet provides details about the project purpose and need, project elements, traffic impacts and schedule.
584_Detour_handouts_.pdfDetour routes for the I-84 at I-5 ramp closures in the summer of 2018.

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