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Region 2 ADA Curb Ramp Project

Construction Phase

Region 2: Willamette Valley and Northwest Oregon (Linn, Marion, Lane, Yamhill County)

​​​​​​​​​We will rebuild curb ramps to meet current accessibility standards.

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Traffic Impact

E​xpect intermittent lane and shoulder closures and delays.

Construction Impacts

Construction impacts will vary based on the city and location.

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Why are the curb ramps being done in batches?
Not all intersections or curb locations are the same, some are construction-ready and others may have fire hydrants, utility boxes, utility poles, additional land requirements or we need an environmental permit. These are things we take into account when scheduling the construction of the ramps in each city.

The construction-ready locations are done first because they can be done immediately while those needing additional coordination or design will be part of a future batch or stage of construction. This is why at an intersection with four corners might be completed at different times.



We are committed to providing the best accessibility possible to all people using the transportation system. One of the ways we are doing this is by bringing curb ramps along our highways to current American with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility standards. As part of this effort, we are exploring ways to design and construct these ramps more efficiently. 

For this project, we will rebuild curb ramps in various locations in the Willamette Valley and Northwest Coast.


​Design 2020 and 2021
Construction began in 2022.


N/A |
OR 47 | Carlton​
OR 99E | Aurora
OR 99E | Hubbard
OR 99W| Monroe
OR 200 | Veneta
OR 99 | Junction City
OR 99E | Harrisburg
OR 20 & OR 228 | Sweet Home

Cost and Funding

​$8 million

Contacts & Media

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Project Contacts

Resident Engineer - Consultant Projects
Brennan Burbank

Public Information Officer
David House

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Last Updated

5/24/2023 4:56 PM

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