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U.S. 26 Paving Project - Hayward Road to NW Mountaindale Road

Construction Phase

Region 2: Willamette Valley and Northwest Oregon (Washington)

​We will repave the road for a smoother ride.

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Traffic Impact

Construction is anticipated to start in late September 2021.

Construction Impacts

view the interactive map to learn what other projects are constructing this yearDuring construction expect delays up to 20 minutes. There will be lane closures with the work zone being controlled by flaggers. Work is expected to occur at night.

  • ​Sunday night - Friday morning: 7 p.m. - 7 a.m.

Adjacent Roadways within the project area may have lane closures during daytime and nighttime hours with breaks for morning and evening commuter traffic. Detours will be in place during the paving of the entrance and exit ramps of U.S. 26 and OR 47. 

There is another paving project​ underway from milepost 9.8 - 21.6.

Work is weather dependent, find out the most up to date traffic impacts by visiting TripCheck.

To see what other projects are constructing this year, view our interactive map.

Access for pedestrians, including those with disabilities, will be available and identified through or around work zones.



U.S. 26 is a major tourist route from Portland to the Seaside and Cannon Beach areas of the coast. This is also a freight route for the north coast area as well as an important regional route. 
The section of roadway between Hayward Road to NW Mountaindale Road is in poor condition. We are repaving the driving surface including the ramps on OR 47 and applying permanent striping.  The project includes replacing two bridge surfaces - including waterproof membranes under the asphalt to protect the bridge.​


Design through 2020.

Construction in 2021.


U.S. 26 |

​Milepoints 47.6 - 53.

Cost and Funding

​$4.1 Million

Contacts & Media

Project Area Map

Project Contacts

Project Manager
Troy Palmrose

Public Information Officer
Lou Torres

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Last Updated

9/21/2021 12:24 PM

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