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Woodburn ADA Curb Ramps

Project Completed

Region 2: Willamette Valley and Northwest Oregon (Woodburn, Marion)

​​​​​​​We upgraded or installed new ADA compliant curb ramps in Woodburn along OR 99E.​

Banner image: 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!



view the enlarged project mapWhether you drive, ride, walk or roll, 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. interactive map icon

For this project, we will rebuild or install new curb ramps in various locations. You can see what corners we'll be working on in the interactive project map​.

Curious about the construction happening on the west side of I-5 in Woodburn? The work is part of a development on the 108 acre industrial complex. You can learn more by visiting the City of Woodburn website


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​OR 99E, OR 219, OR 214, OR 211, I-5
View the interactive project map for more details. 

Cost and Funding

​$5.6 Million

Contacts & Media

Project Area Map


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Project Contacts

Resident Engineer - Consultant Projects
Brennan Burbank

Public Information Officer
David House

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Last Updated

10/24/2023 11:29 AM

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