This is a pavement preservation project that will repave 12.4 miles of Interstate 5 between Woodburn and Salem. It also includes the resurfacing of six bridges south of the Brooks Interchange.
The project is located south of the Woodburn Interchange starting at mile point 271.5 to the bridges over the Union Pacific Railroad south of the Chemawa Interchange at mile point 259.1.
Learn more about the I-5 End Panel Raising Project located on I-5 in the Salem area: https://www.oregon.gov/odot/projects/pages/project-details.aspx?project=18574
Cost and Funding
This stretch of Interstate 5 is in the eleventh year of a 9-11 year life cycle. There are ruts in the vehicle wheel paths that are causing a risk of hydroplaning during rain events.
This project is one of a series of work zone safety pilot projects that will be scheduled during 2018-2020. The goal of these safety pilots is to identify and implement construction staging and other techniques to reduce worker exposure to traffic, while maintaining freight mobility and limiting traffic congestion and delay. Data gathered from these pilot projects will provide lessons learned and aid in the development of best practices to be used on future projects.
This project includes a number of work zone safety features:
- Smart Work Zone Queue Warning
- Rolling Slowdowns for Set-up and Removal of Traffic Control
- Radar Speed Trailers
- More Separation from Work Zone
- Continuous Police Enforcement When Workers are Present
Try transit to reduce congestion and get where you need to go faster
The Woodburn Memorial Transit Center facility boasts plenty of parking for park & riders, maintaining:
- 133 parking spaces
- 29 compact parking spaces
- 6 wheelchair parking spaces
- 2 charging spaces
- 1 space for Woodburn Transit
- 1 space for the POINT bus
- 2 bus spaces
Plan Ahead! Here are other routes in the area with construction this summer:
Access for pedestrians, including those with disabilities, will be available and identified through or around work zones.
This can be made available in an alternate format on request by calling 503-373-7093 or via the Oregon Telecommunications Relay System: 7-1-1
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