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We are repairing the bridge to extend its life.
Traffic on the bridge will have intermittent single lane closures, controlled by flaggers through October.
During construction, expect noise and delays caused by lane closures.
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 Nehalem River Bridge is a historic bridge on OR 47 and needs to be repaired. Built in 1939, the repairs on the bridge are needed or it will continue to deteriorate and require costly maintenance.
As part of the project are:
Removing the rust that has built up between the steel plates.
Straightening bent steel beams.
Replacing rusted rivets and bolts.
Repainting the bridge to protect the bridge against the elements and future rust.
During construction expect noise and lane closures, causing short delays.
Design: 2019-2021Construction: estimated to begin in early 2022
Milepoint 61.2 - Clatsop County
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