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Woodburn Interchange & Transit Facility



About the Project

The Woodburn Interchange Project is located on I-5 at the intersection with OR 214 and OR 219 in Woodburn, Oregon. The interchange accesses Silverton, Mt Angel and Molalla via OR 214, and St. Paul and Newberg via OR 219.

The project will improve traffic flow and safety in the interchange area, add a transit facility, and promote economic development in Woodburn and the surrounding area. OR 214/219 will remain open during construction and there will be no daytime lane closures.

Watch the video above for an overview of the project and the anticipated schedule.

Latest News

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.


Final top lift paving to start next week on Woodburn Interchange Project
May 6, 2015
Work starts on ramps then mainline OR 214/219

The contractor working for the Oregon Department of Transportation on the Woodburn Interchange Project will begin the final (top lift) paving early next week. The paving of the interchange ramps will begin first and then final top lift paving of mainline OR 214/219 is planned for late May and early June. The paving is planned during weekday nights, Monday through Thursday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

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Construction Alerts

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.


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Project Information

Construction cameras (live feed)

Construction Updates
Project Phasing Schedule and Map (pdf, 758 KB)
Project Plan (pdf, 887 KB)
Project Fact Sheet (pdf, 171 KB)