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U.S. 101 Perkins Lane Intersection

Construction Phase

Region 2: Willamette Valley and Northwest Oregon (Warrenton, Clatsop)

​​​​​​​​Explore intersection safety improvements.

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Traffic Impact

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There will be intermittent lane closures, delays and reduced speed in the work zone.

Construction Impacts

​Plan ahead – some of our work will require lane closures and detours!

detour map during Perkins Lane closureWe're working in the far right lane of northbound U.S. 101 and will close Perkins Lane at the intersection. 

During this time, northbound traffic on U.S. 101 will share one lane so expect delays. You can get around the closure by taking the detour on U.S. 101, SE Dolphin Road and Perkins Lane. 


detour map during U.S. 101 median construction

Afterwards we’ll start constructing the concrete median on U.S. 101 at the intersection. 

During this time you will not be able to turn left onto or off of U.S. 101, OR 104 or Perkins Lane. You can use the detour​ route to get around the area by taking U.S 101 and Fort Stevens Highway Spur. 

Construction Activities

Visit​ for the most up to date information on traffic and impacts.

 Pedestrians, including those with disabilities, will have access through or around the work zone. 

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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U.S. 101 and OR 104 intersection after constructionThe intersection of U.S. 101 and Perkins Lane in Warrenton has frequent and severe crashes, most of which are caused by cars turning.  

To reduce the potential and severity of the crashes, we are constructing safety improvements including:

  • ​Installing a left turn lane.

  • Installing a concrete separator.​

Take a look​ at what the intersection will look like after construction. 


Design: 2020

Construction: 2022


U.S. 101 |

​Milepost 9.48

Cost and Funding

​$2.1 million

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Project Contact

Resident Engineer
Jayson Buchholz

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Last Updated

8/1/2022 2:13 PM

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