Rider Alerts: There are no delays at this time
ODOT Region 5 Road Construction Projects that could impact travel:
Expect delays for US 395 and US 26 pavement chip seals later this month and in August, Grant Co. area
JOHN DAY, Ore. – Beginning around July 28 the Oregon Department of Transportation will be chip sealing a five-mile-long section of the John Day-Burns Highway (U.S. 395) south of John Day between Starr Ridge and the Paulina-Izee Highway junction, mile post 13.4-C to 18-C. The project is expected to take about three days to complete.
Starting in August chip seal work will also take place along U.S. 26 between Mt. Vernon and the junction of OR Hwy. 19 (mile post 124.17–154.03), taking about three weeks to complete. More information will be shared when a start date for this US 26 project is confirmed.
TRAVEL IMPACTS: Expect up to 20-minute delays, reduced speeds, loose rock on the roadway, flaggers, and pilot cars directing single lane traffic through the work zones. Minor delays during nighttime/early morning hours for road sweeping. Please slow down and watch for construction activities in the area and plan extra travel time during this highway preservation project.
SEE ATTACHED PROJECT INFO FLYER FOR MORE INFORMATION