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U.S. 101 Paving Project

Construction Phase

Region 2: Willamette Valley and Northwest Oregon (Clatsop)

​​​​Paving preservation project from Ecola Creek to Arcadia Beach.

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Traffic Impact

Online Open House
Expect lane closures with delays of up to 20 minutes. 

Construction Impacts

​Expect nightly lane closures, Sunday evening through Friday morning. Flaggers will control traffic around the work zone. 

The bridge locations are narrowed and have temporary concrete barrier installed and temporary striping to guide the open lanes around the work zone.​ There isn't northbound or southbound shoulder access for pedestrians and bicyclists. Flagging underneath the bridge will be occurring during the daytime. 

​For the most up to date information, visit TripCheck.​

Meetings and Events

Find out what road work is being done in 2022!

Visit our construction online open house to learn about the projects and the impacts to traffic that may occur as we work to build, repair and improve the roads that connect the communities of Region 2.

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​The U.S. 101 paving preservation project starts at Ecola Creek by Cannon Beach to Arcadia Beach, north of Arch Cape. The project is resurfacing, restoring and rehabilitating the roadway to give users a smooth ride.Roadside Picture

The project includes:

  • Repaving the roadway.

  • Replacing guardrail.

  • Repairing bridge decks.

  • Installing new bridge rail.

  • Upgrading traffic signs.

  • Applying new striping.

  • Installing rumble strips.​

During construction the work requires brief lane closures controlled by flagging.


​Design: 2021
Construction: 2022


U.S. 101 |

Mile post 28.7 to 32.4

Cost and Funding

​$7 million​

Contacts & Media

Project Area Map

Project Contact

Resident Engineer
Jayson Buchholz

Last Updated

7/12/2022 6:52 PM

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