The Oakland Bridge is located in Douglas County on Old Hwy 99 (Oakland-Shady Highway) at the northern limits of the city of Oakland. The bridge connects downtown Oakland with Interstate 5 and carries traffic over Calapooya Creek and Central Oregon and Pacific Railroad (CORP).
The bridge was constructed in 1925 and has exceeded its useful lifespan. The narrow deck is limited to a single lane with traffic controlled by a signal at each end. This results in frequent delays and bottlenecking.
The bridge requires frequent repairs. Without replacement, it will continue to deteriorate beyond the point that routine maintenance will be enough to keep it open to traffic.
Working in partnership with Douglas County, ODOT will replace the bridge with a new structure containing two lanes of traffic and wide shoulders.
Oregon 99 (Oakland-Shady Highway). Project is located on NE 1st Street (Old Highway 99) at the northern limits of the City of Oakland.
Cost and Funding
Construction Budget: $22,624,680.25 (responsive bid)
(NOTE: This project will replace two bridges, the Oakland Bridge and the Melrose (Conn Ford) Bridge. Cost and funding breakdowns for each bridge are not available at this time.)
Farline Bridge Inc. (Stayton, Oregon)
Project updates: ODOT will notify the public prior to any road closures or other major traffic impacts. Visit our GovDelivery page to sign up for e-mail updates.
Project website: www.OaklandOregonBridge.com
Related project: The Oakland Bridge project is part of a bundle that also includes the replacement of the Melrose Road Conn Ford Bridge west of Roseburg.
Southwest Oregon projects: Learn about other ODOT projects in Coos, Curry, Douglas, Josephine and Jackson counties.