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I-84: Stanfield to Pendleton Pavement Preservation

Design Phase

Region 5: Eastern Oregon (Umatilla)

​We will repair pavement and repave asphalt shoulders.​



Enlarged project map.Design has begun and project is anticipated to open for bids January 2024. Construction is anticipated for 2024.



​Constructed in 1968, this segment of I-84 is one of the oldest remaining original interstate sections. 

Current issues include:
  1. ​Large cracks, punchouts, and failing construction joints need to be repaired in many locations. A punchout is the separation of a block of concrete from the rest of the slab. See image.​Image of repaired punchout.
  2. Road shoulders are also in poor condition and wide cracks allow weeds to grow.
  3. Significant ruts in travel lanes, associated with wear from studded tires, poses a potential safety risk during rain.

The cost to correct all issues is more than current budgets allow for regular maintenance. This project addresses all three issues.


I-84 |

​mileposts 188.04 to 203.65.

Cost and Funding

​$24 million

Contacts & Media

Map of project area.

Project Contacts

Public Information Officer - ODOT Region 5
Tom Strandberg

Last Updated

12/1/2022 1:29 PM

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Project Documents

Related documents to this project
20548_I-84_Stanfield-Pend pavement_PIP_051721.pdfProject Information Paper for I-84: Stanfield to Pendleton Pavement Preservation