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Highway 99W Newberg Dundee Bypass



About the Project

Phase 1 of the Newberg-Dundee Bypass is currently under construction and expected to open in 2017. The four-mile expressway will extend from OR 219 to OR 99W south of Dundee, with one travel lane in each direction (see map). ODOT has been working for many years with local communities to plan the Bypass, which will significantly reduce traffic congestion on OR 99W and improve livability and overall traffic flow in the surrounding communities. Funding for Phase 1 is coming from the Oregon Legislature’s Jobs and Transportation Act, the federal government and contributions by Yamhill County, the cities of Newberg, Dundee and McMinnville, and the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde.

Phase 1 is being built by Oregon firms under several contracts, which allows the project to be finished within a shorter time frame. Wildish Standard Paving is building the Newberg portion of the Bypass (OR 219 to Chehalem Creek). Hamilton Construction is building the portion of the Bypass near Dundee (OR 99W to Chehalem Creek). Improvements on Springbrook Road, OR 219 and OR 99W in Newberg are also in the design phase but not yet under contract.

The full 11-mile bypass is planned to be a four-lane expressway, two lanes in each direction, from Dayton to just east of Newberg (see map). While the full bypass has been approved, funding is only available for the phase currently under construction. The next phase to be built will depend on funding availability and coordination among the partners.

 

Latest News

Construction begins on OR 99W, OR 219, and Springbrook Road for connection to Bypass
April 22, 2016

ODOT has contracted with K & E Excavating, Inc. of Salem, Oregon to widen Springbrook Road and add new turn lanes that would connect drivers on OR 99W to the Newberg-Dundee Bypass.

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Newberg High students team with CPRD and ODOT in special Earth Day tree planting effort
April 7, 2016
ODOT News Release

As many as 90 Newberg High School students will participate in a special Earth Day project on Friday, April 22 that includes the planting of 400 Oregon white oak trees on land owned by the Chehalem Park and Recreation District (CPRD) in Newberg. The project is in cooperation with the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) and is part of environmental or natural resource mitigation that will offset the effects of the Newberg-Dundee Bypass Phase 1 highway project currently under construction.

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Construction Alerts

Tree removal and clearing in Newberg along OR 99W, OR 219, and Springbrook Road
February 10, 2016

ODOT and its contractors will be clearing areas of brush and removing many small trees and a few large trees over the next weeks along OR 99W, Springbrook Road, OR 219, and Wilsonville Road near Springbrook Road. This work is in preparation for construction of the Newberg-Dundee Bypass connection along Springbrook Road between OR 99W and OR 219 in Newberg.

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Project Information
Phase 1 Map (pdf, 1.4MB)
Project Information Sheet (pdf, 1.4MB)
Hoja Informativa en Español  (pdf, 403KB)

Construction Flyers
>> Newberg Construction Update, November 2014 (pdf, 2.6MB)
>>Dundee Construction Update, July 2014 (pdf, 670KB)
>>Dundee Parks Drive Closure Update, April 2015 (pdf, 2MB)