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I-5 Paving: Halsey to Lane County Line

Construction Phase

Region 2: Willamette Valley and Northwest Oregon (Linn)

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​We're repaving to reduce maintenance and give you a smoother ride. ​

Banner: Slow down, in the work zone it could save lives. Building a modern transportation system to help Oregon’s communities and economy thrive. During construction, Give yourself more time, try a new way or mode to get there or take a different route.


Traffic Impact

Speed reduced to 55 mph in work zone with single lane closures between 7 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. Expect northbound Diamond Hill/Exit 209 on and off-ramp closures with detours. ​

Construction Impacts

I-5 Construction LogoYou can expect:

  • ​Crews working Sunday night through Friday morning from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.

  • Single lane closures between 7 p.m. to 5:30 a.m.

  • Occasional lane clos​ure​s on Saturday nights between 6 p.m. to 9 a.m.

  • Construction noise and delays.

  • Reduced speed limit of 55 mph in the work zone.​

  • Northbound Diamond Hill Exit 209 on-ramp closure Tuesday night, 7/23 and possible on or off-ramp closures on Wednesday night, 7/24 as needed to finish ramp work. Pay attention to signed detours. 

Motorcycles should use extreme caution – the work zone will have a temporary two-inch abrupt edge. No lane changes are allowed where there are double white lines.

Construction Activities

We're paving I-5 and the northbound Diamond Hill Exit 209 on and off-ramps. Use caution as you drive through the work zone, traffic is shifted.​ will have the most current information on traffic impacts.

Pedestrians​ including, those with disabilities, will have access through or around work zones.

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Pay attention in the work zone, slow down and move over – imagine this is where you work! 

Always drive safely, watch for construction signs and workers. 

Remember: fines double in all Oregon work zones, whether workers and signs are present or not. 



Enlarged project area mapThis section of I-5 has cracking in all of the travel lanes and is in poor condition. We're removing and replacing the road surface. 

The project will:

  • Replace the pavement with new asphalt.

  • Upgrade signs.

  • Install guardrail and concrete barriers.

  • Install permanent striping and rumble strips.

  • Paving the ramps at Exit 216 and Exit 209.

During some construction stages, people walking and biking will need to use alternate routes and will not be allowed in the work zone. A detour will be provided.​ 


Design: 2023
Construction: 2024


I-5 |

​Milepost 203.6 to 216.1

Cost and Funding

​$33.5 million

Contacts & Media

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Project Contacts

Transportation Project Manager
Ian Roholt

Public Information Officer
Mindy McCartt
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Last Updated

7/23/2024 8:26 AM

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