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ODOT Region 2 JTA Projects

House Bill 2001, also known as the Oregon Jobs and Transportation Act, is the transportation funding plan adopted by the 2009 Legislature. This site contains information on the following JTA projects within ODOT Region 2:

Beltline Highway at Delta Highway (Eugene/Springfield)

The project is expected to alleviate congestion and unsafe conditions in the Beltline Highway corridor, particularly at the interchange of Beltline Highway (OR 569) and Delta Highway (Lane County road), through the use of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). 

US101/OR6 Traffic Improvement Project (Tillamook)

The project is located in Tillamook County where State Highway 6 and U.S. Highway 101 come together in historic downtown Tillamook. The project will be designed to improve the safety and operations of these two highways as they converge. The project will also make the downtown intersections more efficient for those traveling through downtown and safer for everyone. 

Highway 99W Newberg Dundee Bypass

This project is located near the Oregon 99W corridor, where the highway passes through Newberg and Dundee in eastern Yamhill County. The project will provide an alternate route for local commuter and freight traffic around the congestion in Dundee and south Newberg, reducing the number of vehicles using Oregon 99W. 

I-5 at Beltline (Eugene/Springfield)

This modernization project has been divided into smaller sections to make it easier to construct parts of the project as funding becomes available. Remaining work will continue to modernize the interchange, which serves interstate, regional, and local traffic to the surrounding residential and commercial centers.

I-5 at Kuebler Interchange (Salem)

This project will upgrade the existing interchange to support the area’s planned expansion by adding an additional loop ramp and modifying the eastbound to southbound ramp and the existing southbound off ramp. 

I-5 at Mill Creek (Salem)

The Mill Creek Corporate Center (MCCC) is a partnership between the State of Oregon and the City of Salem to create a major employment center on agricultural land previously owned by the Oregon Department of Corrections in Southeast Salem.

Woodburn Interchange and Transit Facility

The project will improve the existing interchange and add a transit facility to improve traffic flow and safety and promote economic development in Woodburn and the surrounding area.


Region 2 JTA Project News

Dignitaries, public gather for ribbon cutting event at Woodburn Interchange Project September 21, 2015 - September 24, 2015

WOODBURN—Governor Kate Brown was the keynote speaker at a ribbon cutting event on September 14 that celebrated the completion of the Woodburn Interchange and Transit Facility Project.  Over 100 people gathered for the event including many area dignitaries that included Congressman Kurt Schrader, State Senate President Peter Courtney, State Representative Betty Komp and others.

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National, state and local reps gather to mark completion of Woodburn Interchange project - September 16, 2015

Gov. Kate Brown joined national, state and local dignitaries Monday morning to celebrate the completion of the $70 million Woodburn Interchange Project.

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[Woodburn] Interchange ribbon cutting ceremony set for Sept. 14 By Tyler Francke, Woodburn Independent - September 2, 2015

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown and U.S. Rep. Kurt Schrader will speak in Woodburn later this month, at an event commemorating the completion of the Woodburn Interstate 5 Interchange Project.

Billed as a ribbon cutting, that portion of the event looks to be largely symbolic, as the expanded interchange is already open to the public (and indeed, never actually fully closed).

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Woodburn Interchange Ribbon Cutting - September 1, 2015

The long-awaited Woodburn Interchange & Transit Facility Project is almost finished. It is now time to cut a ribbon marking the completion of this important project!

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Bypass route may undergo revision By Colin Staub, The Newberg Graphic - August 5, 2015

While construction on the Newberg-Dundee bypass project continues full bore across south Newberg, the design for its eastern terminus at the intersection of Highway 219 and Wilsonville Road remains uncertain following the opposition of a neighborhood association further down Wilsonville Road.

As is, the bypass is designed to intersect with Highway 219, where it will direct traffic northward on the highway until its intersection with Springbrook Road, where bypass traffic will be directed up that road to reach Highway 99W.

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Woodburn Interchange project to finish one year early Tyler Francke - Woodburn Indepdendent - July 1, 2015

Oregon Department of Transportation officials confirmed last week that, barring any drastic and unforeseen delays, the much-anticipated Woodburn Interchange project will be completed on budget and a year ahead of schedule.

The announcement came amid news that on Thursday, the interchange would open all ramps and — for the first time since the $70 million capital project broke ground in 2013 — begin moving traffic in its final configuration.

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All ramps to open on July 2 at Woodburn Interchange ODOT News Release - June 23, 2015

The contractor working for the Oregon Department of Transportation will open all ramps at the Woodburn Interchange starting at 6 a.m. on Thursday, July 2.  At that time all traffic will be moving in the final configuration as the project nears completion.

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Paving Update - May 21, 2015

MEMORIAL DAY: Night time paving will begin on at midnight on May 25th and go to 5 a.m Tuesday morning. 

May 26th and beyond: Going forward work will occur Tuesday-Thursday nights from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m.  Night time paving of OR 214/OR 219 to take 3 to 4 weeks. 

Traveling motorist and residents should be aware that flagger wait times on/around OR214 may be up to 20 minutes during the paving operation.

Newberg-Dundee Bypass in Oregon wine country ahead of schedule, under budget By Terry Richard, The Oregonian - May 20, 2015

The good news is that the Newberg-Dundee Bypass is well into construction. The bad news is that it won't help a bit to alleviate the dreaded Oregon 99W crawl through the cities over Memorial Day weekend, as Portland drivers head to Yamhill County wine country, Spirit Mountain and Chinook Winds casinos and the Oregon coast.

Relief won't happen until late 2017 when the four-mile bypass, currently under budget and ahead of schedule, will siphon traffic out of the cities onto a new section of Oregon 18.

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Dundee Bypass started, but will it get finished? Phase One set to be finished in 2017 By Jennifer Dowling, KOIN 6 News - May 15, 2015

At Hyland Estates Winerey, the atmosphere is tranquil, peaceful, serene. It’s a stark contrast to what customers experience getting there in traffic backups through downtown Dundee.

The backups are something the new 4-mile bypass around Dundee and Newberg is supposed to fix. ODOT said when phase one is complete in 2017, traffic will decrease 20% to 40% in downtown Newberg and Dundee. Truck traffic will go down by 45% to 68%.

Full article on KOIN.com.