Beltline Highway at Delta Highway
US101/OR6 Traffic Improvement Project
Highway 99W Newberg Dundee Bypass
I-5 at Beltline
I-5 at Kuebler Interchange
I-5 Mill Creek Center
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.
Traffic to begin shift to north side of OR 214 at Woodburn Interchange
Starting on September 4, traffic traveling in both directions on OR 214 (Newberg Hwy) east of the Woodburn Interchange between Broughton Way and Lawson Road will shift to the north side of the road as part of the interchange project. The traffic shift is to accommodate construction activity that will begin on the south side of the road.Read More
Woodburn Interchange hits 'key landmark' with ramp opening
New permanent southbound I-5 off-ramp opens to traffic this week; $70M project still ahead of schedule
The ongoing Woodburn Interchange Project is set to clear another lap — ahead of schedule.
At 5 a.m. Wednesday, the interchange’s new permanent southbound Interstate 5 off-ramp was set to open to traffic. The opening marks the first of six new ramps that will be constructed as part of the $70 million capital project.
“We’re hitting a real key landmark here,” said Lou Torres, a spokesman for the Oregon Department of Transportation. “This is a real milestone for the project.”
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