Portland Metro Road Conditions

Alerts!

North Cascade Foothills, North Cascades; Weather Alert
Winter Storm Watch, *NOAA Issue Date: 1/16/2017 05:04:00 AM Major ice storm appearing likely Tuesday and Wednesday for the Hood River and Wind River valleys ... The Columbia river gorge ... As well as many valleys within the gifford pinchot national forest ... ... Significant icing also possible Tuesday for the greater Portland and Vancouver metro area ... Nearby valleys in the coast range and Cascades ... And the central Willamette Valley ... . Yet another ice storm is appearing more likely for the inland valleys of southwest Washington and extreme northwest Oregon Tuesday ... Likely lasting into Wednesday in and near the Columbia river gorge. Temperatures will be slow to recover from several days of subfreezing weather ... Especially where there is snow left on the ground from last weeks Portland area snowstorm. Temperatures are expected to remain near or below freezing under Valley inversions today ... Then remain steady near or below freezing tonight and Tuesday morning. Meanwhile ... A very moist Pacific frontal system will spread rain across the region Tuesday morning ... Increasing Tuesday afternoon and evening. There will likely be several hours of rain before warm air aloft can work its way down to the Valley floors ... Leading to the potential of several hours of freezing rain. Areas in and near the Columbia gorge will be hardest hit ... As they will be the last to climb above freezing. It is very possible that locally over an inch of ice will accumulate in the Columbia gorge ... Hood River ... And Wind River valleys by the time temperatures crawl above freezing Wednesday. ... Winter Storm Watch in effect from Tuesday morning through Tuesday afternoon for the valleys below 2000 feet in the north Oregon Cascades and foothills ... The National Weather Service in Portland has issued a Winter Storm Watch for significant icing in the valleys below 2000 feet ... Which is in effect from Tuesday morning through Tuesday afternoon. * Timing Rain is expected to develop Tuesday morning ... Increasing throughout the day. Subfreezing air trapped in the Cascade valleys will likely cause freezing rain and significant ice accumulation Tuesday morning. Valley temperatures are expected to slowly climb above freezing Tuesday afternoon ... Ending the freezing rain threat Tuesday evening. * Ice accumulation Valley ice accumulation of up to one third of an inch. Ridgetop temperatures will be significantly warmer ... So no significant icing is expected in the higher terrain. * Impacts Several days of very cold temperatures will make ground surfaces like roads and sidewalks very receptive to ice accumulation. It may take a couple hours of temperatures above freezing to completely end the freezing rain threat at any given location. Ice accumulation on trees and Power lines may result in downed branches and lines ... Which would bring the threat of Power outages Tuesday. Precautionary/preparedness actions... There is a potential for significant ice accumulations. Future driving ... Bicycling ... And walking conditions may become hazardous ... So it is important to Monitor the latest forecasts. Also ... Be prepared for potential Power outages as ice may bring branches and Power lines down Tuesday.

Portland Metro, WA-Vancouver Area; Weather Alert
Winter Storm Watch, *NOAA Issue Date: 1/16/2017 05:04:00 AM Major ice storm appearing likely Tuesday and Wednesday for the Hood River and wind river valleys ... The Columbia river gorge ... As well as many valleys within the gifford pinchot national forest ... ... Significant icing also possible Tuesday for the greater Portland and Vancouver metro area ... Nearby valleys in the coast range and Cascades ... And the central Willamette Valley ... . Yet another ice storm is appearing more likely for the inland valleys of southwest Washington and extreme northwest Oregon Tuesday ... Likely lasting into Wednesday in and near the Columbia river gorge. Temperatures will be slow to recover from several days of subfreezing weather ... Especially where there is snow left on the ground from last weeks Portland area snowstorm. Temperatures are expected to remain near or below freezing under Valley inversions today ... Then remain steady near or below freezing tonight and Tuesday morning. Meanwhile ... A very moist Pacific frontal system will spread rain across the region Tuesday morning ... Increasing Tuesday afternoon and evening. There will likely be several hours of rain before warm air aloft can work its way down to the Valley floors ... Leading to the potential of several hours of freezing rain. Areas in and near the Columbia gorge will be hardest hit ... As they will be the last to climb above freezing. It is very possible that locally over an inch of ice will accumulate in the Columbia gorge ... Hood River ... And wind river valleys by the time temperatures crawl above freezing Wednesday. ... Winter Storm Watch in effect from early Tuesday morning through Tuesday afternoon for the greater Portland and Vancouver metro area ... The National Weather Service in Portland has issued a Winter Storm Watch for significant icing ... Which is in effect from early Tuesday morning through Tuesday afternoon. * Timing Freezing rain is expected to develop early Tuesday morning ... Increasing throughout the day. Temperatures are expected to slowly climb above freezing Tuesday ... With areas east of interstate 205 likely being the last to change to plain rain late in the afternoon or during the evening. * Ice accumulation ... 0.20 to 0.40 inch ... Except 0.50 to 0.75 inch Troutdale and Gresham eastward. * Impacts Many roads remain snow and ice covered from last weeks snowstorm. Additionally ... Several days of very cold temperatures will make ground surfaces like roads and sidewalks very receptive to ice accumulation. It may take a couple hours of temperatures above freezing to completely end the freezing rain threat at any given location. Roads may again become difficult for travel across the greater Portland and Vancouver metro area Tuesday. Ice accumulation on trees and Power lines may result in downed branches and lines ... Which would bring the threat of Power outages Tuesday into Tuesday night. Precautionary/preparedness actions... There is a potential for significant ice accumulations. Future driving ... Bicycling ... And walking conditions may become hazardous ... So it is important to Monitor the latest forecasts. Also ... Be prepared for potential Power outages as ice may bring branches and Power lines down Tuesday.

Central Willamette Valley; Weather Alert
Winter Storm Watch, *NOAA Issue Date: 1/16/2017 05:04:00 AM Major ice storm appearing likely Tuesday and Wednesday for the Hood River and wind river valleys ... The Columbia river gorge ... As well as many valleys within the gifford pinchot national forest ... ... Significant icing also possible Tuesday for the greater Portland and Vancouver metro area ... Nearby valleys in the coast range and Cascades ... And the central Willamette Valley ... . Yet another ice storm is appearing more likely for the inland valleys of southwest Washington and extreme northwest Oregon Tuesday ... Likely lasting into Wednesday in and near the Columbia river gorge. Temperatures will be slow to recover from several days of subfreezing weather ... Especially where there is snow left on the ground from last weeks Portland area snowstorm. Temperatures are expected to remain near or below freezing under Valley inversions today ... Then remain steady near or below freezing tonight and Tuesday morning. Meanwhile ... A very moist Pacific frontal system will spread rain across the region Tuesday morning ... Increasing Tuesday afternoon and evening. There will likely be several hours of rain before warm air aloft can work its way down to the Valley floors ... Leading to the potential of several hours of freezing rain. Areas in and near the Columbia gorge will be hardest hit ... As they will be the last to climb above freezing. It is very possible that locally over an inch of ice will accumulate in the Columbia gorge ... Hood River ... And wind river valleys by the time temperatures crawl above freezing Wednesday. ... Winter Storm Watch in effect from early Tuesday morning through Tuesday afternoon for the central Willamette Valley ... The National Weather Service in Portland has issued a Winter Storm Watch for significant icing ... Which is in effect from early Tuesday morning through Tuesday afternoon. * Timing Freezing rain is expected to develop early Tuesday morning ... Increasing throughout the day. Temperatures are expected to slowly climb above freezing around midday Tuesday ... Ending the freezing rain threat Tuesday afternoon. * Ice accumulation Around one quarter inch ... Mainly near Newberg and McMinnville. Other areas such as Salem and Aumsville are expected to see less icing ... Generally around one tenth of an inch or less. * Impacts Several days of very cold temperatures will make ground surfaces like roads and sidewalks very receptive to ice accumulation. It may take a couple hours of temperatures above freezing to completely end the freezing rain threat at any given location. Ice accumulation on trees and Power lines may result in downed branches and lines ... Which would bring the threat of Power outages Tuesday. Precautionary/preparedness actions... There is a potential for significant ice accumulations. Future driving ... Bicycling ... And walking conditions may become hazardous ... So it is important to Monitor the latest forecasts. Also ... Be prepared for potential Power outages as ice may bring branches and Power lines down Tuesday.

Northwest Coast Range, Lower Columbia; Weather Alert
Winter Storm Watch, *NOAA Issue Date: 1/16/2017 05:04:00 AM Major ice storm appearing likely Tuesday and Wednesday for the Hood River and wind river valleys ... The Columbia river gorge ... As well as many valleys within the gifford pinchot national forest ... ... Significant icing also possible Tuesday for the greater Portland and Vancouver metro area ... Nearby valleys in the coast range and Cascades ... And the central Willamette Valley ... . Yet another ice storm is appearing more likely for the inland valleys of southwest Washington and extreme northwest Oregon Tuesday ... Likely lasting into Wednesday in and near the Columbia river gorge. Temperatures will be slow to recover from several days of subfreezing weather ... Especially where there is snow left on the ground from last weeks Portland area snowstorm. Temperatures are expected to remain near or below freezing under Valley inversions today ... Then remain steady near or below freezing tonight and Tuesday morning. Meanwhile ... A very moist Pacific frontal system will spread rain across the region Tuesday morning ... Increasing Tuesday afternoon and evening. There will likely be several hours of rain before warm air aloft can work its way down to the Valley floors ... Leading to the potential of several hours of freezing rain. Areas in and near the Columbia gorge will be hardest hit ... As they will be the last to climb above freezing. It is very possible that locally over an inch of ice will accumulate in the Columbia gorge ... Hood River ... And wind river valleys by the time temperatures crawl above freezing Wednesday. ... Winter Storm Watch in effect from late tonight through Tuesday afternoon for the lower Columbia and valleys below 1000 feet in the north Oregon coast range ... The National Weather Service in Portland has issued a Winter Storm Watch for significant icing in the valleys below 1000 feet elevation ... Which is in effect from late tonight through Tuesday afternoon. * Timing Rain is expected to develop late tonight or early Tuesday morning ... Increasing throughout the day. Subfreezing air trapped in the coast range valleys will likely cause freezing rain and significant ice accumulation Tuesday morning. Valley temperatures are expected to climb above freezing around midday Tuesday ... Ending the freezing rain threat Tuesday afternoon. * Ice accumulation Valley ice accumulation of up to one half inch is possible. Ridgetop temperatures will be significantly warmer ... So no significant icing is expected in the higher terrain. * Impacts Several days of very cold temperatures will make ground surfaces like roads and sidewalks very receptive to ice accumulation. It may take a couple hours of temperatures above freezing to completely end the freezing rain threat at any given location. Ice accumulation on trees and Power lines may result in downed branches and lines ... Which would bring the threat of Power outages Tuesday. Precautionary/preparedness actions... There is a potential for significant ice accumulations. Future driving ... Bicycling ... And walking conditions may become hazardous ... So it is important to Monitor the latest forecasts. Also ... Be prepared for potential Power outages as ice may bring branches and Power lines down Tuesday.

North Coast, Central Coast, WA-South Coast; Weather Alert
High Wind Watch, *NOAA Issue Date: 1/16/2017 03:20:00 AM High Wind Watch in effect from Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday morning for the beaches and headlands of the south Washington and central and north Oregon coast ... The National Weather Service in Portland has issued a High Wind Watch ... Which is in effect from Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday morning. * Winds: south 30 to 45 MPH with gusts of 55 to 70 MPH along the most exposed beaches and headlands. * Coastal communities: south 25 to 35 MPH with gusts of 40 to 55 MPH. * Timing: peaking Tuesday night. * Locations include: Florence ... Yachats ... Newport ... Lincoln city ... Garibaldi ... Cannon Beach ... Long Beach ... And ocean park * Impacts: winds may be strong enough to produce isolated Power outages. Secure outdoor belongings such as deck and patio furniture. Neuman Precautionary/preparedness actions... A High Wind Watch means there is the potential for a hazardous high wind event. Sustained winds of at least 40 MPH ... Or gusts of 58 MPH OR stronger may occur. Continue to Monitor the latest forecasts.

Portland Metro, WA-Vancouver Area; Weather Alert
Wind Advisory, *NOAA Issue Date: 1/16/2017 03:20:00 AM Wind Advisory remains in effect until 10 AM PST this morning for the Portland and Vancouver metro near the mouth of the Columbia river gorge ... A Wind Advisory near the Gorge remains in effect until 10 AM PST this morning. * Winds: east 20 to 30 MPH with gusts to 45 MPH. Winds will be primarily confined to areas well east of interstate 205 near the mouth of the Columbia river gorge. * Timing: through mid to late morning. * Locations include: Troutdale ... Gresham ... Washougal and Camas. * Impacts: winds may be strong enough to cause tree damage and possibly disrupt Power. Neuman Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Wind Advisory is issued when sustained winds are forecast to be 31 to 39 MPH OR gusts will range between 45 and 57 MPH. Winds of these magnitudes may cause minor property damage without extra precautions. Motorists in high profile vehicles should use caution until the winds subside.

Central Coast, West Coast Range, Central Willamette Valley, South Willamette Valley, North Cascade Foothills, Lane Co. Cascade Foothills; Weather Alert
Flood Watch, *NOAA Issue Date: 1/15/2017 03:22:00 PM Flooding possible Tuesday through Thursday for most of northwest Oregon and southwest Washington ... . Periods of heavy rain combined with snow melt Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday night will cause sharp rises on several rivers and creeks in northwest Oregon and southwest Washington ... With flooding possible Tuesday night through Thursday. The heaviest rain will fall along the coast and coast range in Oregon and in the Willapa hills and Cascades in southwest Washington ... Where rainfall totals of 4 to 8 inches are expected. In addition to river flooding ... Some urban flooding is possible ... Especially in areas where snow and ice are blocking storm drains. ... Flood Watch in effect from Tuesday evening through late Wednesday night for the central Oregon coast and coast range ... Central and south Willamette Valley ... And north Oregon and Lane county Cascade foothills ... The National Weather Service in Portland has issued a * Flood Watch for a portion of northwest Oregon Including the following areas ... Cascade foothills in Lane county ... Central coast range of western Oregon ... Central Oregon coast ... Central Willamette Valley ... Northern Oregon Cascade foothills and south Willamette Valley. * From Tuesday evening through late Wednesday night freezing levels will rise to over 8000 feet Monday night leading to rapid snow melt. In addition ... Heavy rain beginning Tuesday will cause sharp rises on rivers and creeks draining the coast range ... And north Oregon Cascade foothills. * Rainfall amounts through Thursday * Willamette Valley ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..1.5 to 3 inches * Central Oregon coast and coast range ... .4 to 8 inches * North Oregon Cascade foothills ... ... ... .2 to 4 inches * Impacts * Street flooding is possible in urban areas where ice and snow may block storm drains. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on current forecasts. You should Monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible flood warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be prepared to take action should flooding develop. Landslides and debris flows are possible during this flood event. People ... Structures and roads located below steep slopes ... In canyons and near the mouths of canyons may be at serious risk from rapidly moving landslides.

North Coast, Northwest Coast Range, Lower Columbia, Portland Metro, WA-South Cascades, WA-Willapa Hills, WA-South Coast, WA-Lower Columbia & I-5 Cowlitz Co., WA-Vancouver Area, WA-South Cascade Foothills; Weather Alert
Flood Watch, *NOAA Issue Date: 1/15/2017 03:22:00 PM Flooding possible Tuesday through Thursday for most of northwest Oregon and southwest Washington ... . Periods of heavy rain combined with snow melt Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday night will cause sharp rises on several rivers and creeks in northwest Oregon and southwest Washington ... With flooding possible Tuesday night through Thursday. The heaviest rain will fall along the coast and coast range in Oregon and in the Willapa hills and Cascades in southwest Washington ... Where rainfall totals of 4 to 8 inches are expected. In addition to river flooding ... Some urban flooding is possible ... Especially in areas where snow and ice are blocking storm drains. ... Flood Watch in effect for the north Oregon coast and coast range ... Portland/Vancouver metro area ... Columbia river gorge ... And southwest Washington from the Willapa hills to the south Washington Cascades ... From Tuesday morning through late Wednesday night ... The National Weather Service in Portland has issued a * Flood Watch for portions of northwest Oregon and southwest Washington Including the following areas ... In northwest Oregon ... Central Columbia river gorge ... Coast range of northwest Oregon ... Greater Portland metro area ... Lower Columbia ... North Oregon coast ... Upper Hood river Valley and western Columbia river gorge. In southwest Washington ... Central Columbia river gorge ... Greater Vancouver area ... I-5 corridor in Cowlitz county ... South Washington Cascade foothills ... South Washington Cascades ... South Washington coast ... Western Columbia river gorge and Willapa hills. * From Tuesday morning through late Wednesday night freezing levels will rise to over 8000 feet Monday night leading to rapid snow melt. In addition ... Heavy rain beginning Tuesday will cause sharp rises on rivers and creeks draining the coast range ... South Washington Cascades ... And Willapa hills. * Rainfall amounts through Thursday *Portland/Vancouver metro area ... ... 1.5 to 3 inches * North coast range/Willapa hills ... .4 to 8 inches * South Washington Cascades ... ... ... .4 to 8 inches * Impacts * Street flooding is possible in urban areas where ice and snow may block storm drains rivers of concern include the grays in Wahkiakum county ... The lower Nehalem and Wilson in Tillamook county ... The upper Tualatin in Washington county ... The marys in Benton county ... And Johnson creek in Clackamas county. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on current forecasts. You should Monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible flood warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be prepared to take action should flooding develop. Landslides and debris flows are possible during this flood event. People ... Structures and roads located below steep slopes ... In canyons and near the mouths of canyons may be at serious risk from rapidly moving landslides.

Road Conditions by Route

I-5 MP 282.65 to 308.38

PORTLAND; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: No Report
Pavement Condition: No Report
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
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New Snow: 3 in.; Roadside Snow: 8 in.
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Last Updated: 01/16/2017 07:00 am

I-5 MP 283 to 299

WILSONVILLE; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: No Report
Pavement Condition: No Report
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Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
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New Snow: 3 in.; Roadside Snow: 10 in.
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Last Updated: 01/16/2017 07:00 am

I-5 MP 288.51 to 294.21

Informational only; Construction Work
Comments: Road construction may occur nightly from 8 pm to 5 am. Single and double lane closure northbound and southbound may impact traffic.
Updated: 01/02/2017 12:05 pm

I-5 MP 300 to 308

MARQUAM BRIDGE; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: No Report
Pavement Condition: No Report
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Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
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New Snow: 0 in.; Roadside Snow: 9 in.
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Last Updated: 01/16/2017 07:02 am

I-5 MP 300.271

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: I-5 SB ramp to I-405 NB (Portland) Effective January 27, 2017, the ramp from I-5 southbound to I-405 northbound will be closed between the hours of 9 PM & 5 AM. Estimated date of completion is January 29, 2017.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

I-5 MP 303.47

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: I-5 SB Exit 302B ramp to I-405 SB (Portland) Effective January 8, 2017, the ramp from I-5 southbound Exit 302B to I-405 southbound will be restricted to 12 feet 00 in. in width between the hours of 9 PM & 5 AM. Estimated date of completion is March 3, 2017.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

I-84 MP 0 to 17.82

EAST PORTLAND; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: No Report
Pavement Condition: No Report
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Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
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New Snow: 0 in.; Roadside Snow: 4 in.
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Last Updated: 01/16/2017 07:01 am

I-84 MP 10.02 to 10.32

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: I-84 EB Exit 10 on- and off-ramp to/from NE 122nd Ave (Portland) Effective September 19, 2016, the I-84 eastbound Exit 10 on- and off-ramps to/from NE 122nd Ave will be intermittently closed between the hours of 8 PM & 6 AM. Estimated date of completion is May 22, 2017.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

I-205 MP 0 to 6.42

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: I-205 MP 0 to MP 6.42 NB & SB Effective December 19, 2016, this section of I-205 is restricted to 19 feet 00 in. in width between the hours of 8 PM & 8 AM. Estimated date of completion is June 30, 2017.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

I-205 MP 12 to 14

Estimated delay under 20 minutes; Construction Work
Comments: Periodic shoulder closures Tuesday to Friday, from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., on the Sunrise Expressway and local roads such as Minuteman Way. Tuesday to Friday, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., expect traffic directed by flaggers on SE 82nd Avenue between Enoch Way and the I-205 northbound exit (Exit 13) to OR 224.
Updated: 01/15/2017 01:31 am

I-205 MP 18.61 to 26.56

EAST PORTLAND; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: No Report
Pavement Condition: No Report
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Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
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New Snow: 0 in.; Roadside Snow: 4 in.
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Last Updated: 01/16/2017 07:01 am

I-405 MP 0 to 4.2

FREMONT BRIDGE; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: No Report
Pavement Condition: No Report
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
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New Snow: 0 in.; Roadside Snow: 9 in.
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Last Updated: 01/16/2017 07:02 am

I-405 MP 3.57

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: I-405 NB ramp to N Kerby Ave (Portland) Effective January 8, 2017, the ramp from I-405 northbound to N Kerby Ave will be intermittently closed on Sunday to Thursday nights between the hours of 9 PM & 5 AM. Estimated date of completion is March 3, 2017.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

I-405 MP 3.57

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: I-405 NB ramp to I-5 SB (Portland) Effective January 8, 2017, the ramp from I-405 northbound to I-5 southbound will be intermittently closed on Sunday to Thursday nights between the hours of 9 PM & 5 AM. Estimated date of completion is March 3, 2017.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

I-405 MP 4.21

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: I-405 NB ramp to I-5 NB (Portland) Effective January 8, 2017, the ramp from I-405 northbound to I-5 northbound will be restricted to 15 feet 00 in. in width between the hours of 9 PM & 5 AM. Estimated date of completion is March 3, 2017.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

ORE8 MP 6.45 to 6.75

Informational only; Construction Work
Comments: No traffic impacts until work resumes in Spring 2017.
Updated: 01/10/2017 04:33 am

ORE8 MP 7 to 10

Estimated delay under 20 minutes; Construction Work
Comments: Nighttime single lane closures on eastbound TV Highway (west of Cornelius Pass Road) from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. weekdays. As part of private development, construction is underway to extend Cornelius Pass Road south across TV Highway and the railroad tracks. Improvements on TV Highway also include adding a right turn lane on TV Highway eastbound and a left turn lane on TV Highway westbound for Cornelius Pass Road, adding new street lighting on the north side of TV Highway, and building a buffered bike lane on westbound TV Highway.
Updated: 01/15/2017 01:28 am

ORE43 MP 11.43

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: OR43 MP 11.43 (Willamette River Arch Bridge - Oregon City) OR43 crossing the Willamette River Arch Bridge is restricted to 20,000 lbs. single axle, 34,000 lbs. tandem axle, 80,000 lbs. GVW, Weight Table 1.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

ORE99 MP 4.34 to 5.46

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: OR99E (McLoughlin Blvd) MP 4.0 to MP 5.5 NB & SB (Milwaukie) Effective January 30, 2017, this section of OR99E (McLoughlin Blvd) will be restricted to 17 feet 01 in. in height on Monday to Friday nights between the hours of 8 PM & 5:30 AM. Estimated date of completion is April 15, 2017.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

ORE120 MP .38

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: OR120 (Swift Hwy / Portland Rd) MP 0.38 (Columbia Slough Bridge - Portland) OR120 (Swift Hwy / Portland Rd) crossing Columbia Slough Bridge is restricted to 20,000 lbs. single axle, 34,000 lbs. tandem axle, 105,500 lbs. GVW., Weight Table 2.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

ORE213 MP .9 to 1

No to Minimum Delay; Construction Work
Comments: Periodic lane closures on NE 82nd Avenue and NE Sandy Boulevard from 3 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays. For more information: 24-hour noise hotline 503-412-2356.
Updated: 01/15/2017 01:29 am

ORE213 MP .95 to 1.04

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: OR213 (NE 82nd Ave) MP 0.94 to MP 1.07 NB & SB (Portland) Effective May 9, 2016, this section of OR213 (NE 82nd Ave) will be restricted to 14 feet 00 in. in width between the hours of 8 AM to 3 PM, and 10 PM to 6 AM. Mobile homes with eaves are allowed, provided the base width does not exceed 14 feet 00 in. in width. Loads wider than 14 feet 00 in. in width may be accommodated on a case-by-case basis. Contact the Over-Dimension Permit Unit for information. Estimated date of completion is January 31, 2017.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

ORE213 MP 3 to 4.25

Estimated delay under 20 minutes; Construction Work
Comments: No traffic impacts until early 2017. For more information: 24-hour noise hotline 503-412-2348.
Updated: 01/15/2017 01:30 am

ORE224 MP .09 to 8.16

CLACKAMAS HWY; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: No Report
Pavement Condition: No Report
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
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Last Updated: 01/16/2017 07:01 am

ORE99E MP .94 to 11

OREGON CITY; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: No Report
Pavement Condition: No Report
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Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
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Last Updated: 01/16/2017 07:02 am

US26 MP .42 to 1.12

Informational only; Construction Work
Comments: No traffic impacts. Some nighttime and/or weekend lane closures will be necessary at a later time and will be noted here when scheduled. The Ross Island Bridge Rehabilitation Project is currently in the painting phase until 2017 after completing structural repair work in 2015. Crews will remove the existing paint and repaint the bridge’s steel structure the historic blue-green color it has worn since the 1960s.
Updated: 01/15/2017 01:25 am

US26 MP 1 to 1.8

Informational only; Construction Work
Comments: No traffic impacts until January/February 2017. For more information: contact Matt Gough at 503-823-5352 or matthew.gough@portlandoregon.gov.
Updated: 01/15/2017 01:26 am

US26 MP 2.22

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: US26 (Powell Blvd) MP 2.22 EB & WB (Portland) Effective January 1, 2017, this section of US26 will be restricted to 13 feet 00 in. in width on Monday to Friday between the hours of 8 PM & 5 AM. Estimated date of completion is February 24, 2017.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

US26 MP 61

Informational only; Construction Work
Comments: No traffic impacts as crews finish the project. For more information: noise hotline 971-673-5239.
Updated: 01/03/2017 10:05 pm

US26 MP 62 to 65

Estimated delay under 20 minutes; Construction Work
Comments: Daytime shoulder closures on U.S. 26 between Cornelius Pass Road and NW 185th Avenue.
Updated: 01/15/2017 01:24 am

US26 MP 62.12 to 64.75

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: US26 MP 62.02 to MP 65.13 EB & WB (Hillsboro) Effective October 31, 2016, this section of US26 will be restricted to 14 feet 00 in. in width on Saturdays from 1/2 hr before sunrise until 8 AM, and on Sundays from 1/2 hr before sunrise until 9 AM. Estimated date of completion is October 31, 2017.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

US26 MP 62.12 to 64.75

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: US26 MP 62.02 to MP 65.13 EB & WB (Hillsboro) Effective October 31, 2016, this section of US26 will be restricted to 10 feet 00 in. in width between the hours of 10 PM & 5 AM. Estimated date of completion is October 31, 2017.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

US26 MP 69 to 73

No to Minimum Delay; Construction Work
Comments: Daytime lane closures on SW 185th and shoulder closures on U.S. 26 in both directions from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday to Friday for electrical work. Night work on U.S. 26 (between OR 217 and the Vista Ridge Tunnel) with lane closures beginning at 8 p.m. weekdays and lane closures on SW 185th. Periodic nighttime closures of the multi-use path along the south side of U.S. 26. (between SW 79th Avenue and SW Katherine Lane) with detours. Path users should expect a section of path reduced to 6 feet.
Updated: 01/15/2017 01:25 am

US26 MP 70.92

SYLVAN; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: No Report
Pavement Condition: No Report
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
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New Snow: 3 in.; Roadside Snow: 6 in.
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Last Updated: 01/16/2017 07:02 am

US26 MP 71.19 to 71.82

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: US26 MP 71 to MP 72 EB (Portland) Effective October 31, 2016, this section of US26 eastbound will be restricted to 13 feet 00 in. in width on Sunday to Thursday nights between the hours of 10 PM & 5 AM. Estimated date of completion is May 22, 2017.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

US26 MP 72.03 to 72.97

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: US26 MP 72 to MP 73 EB (Portland) Effective November 10, 2016, this section of US26 eastbound will be restricted to 13 feet 00 in. in width on Sunday to Thursday nights between the hours of 10 PM & 5 AM. Estimated date of completion is April 13, 2017.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

US26 MP 72.56

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: US26 MP 72.63 EB (Portland) Effective November 10, 2016, this section of US26 eastbound will be restricted to 21 feet 00 in. in width on Sunday to Thursday nights between the hours of 10 PM & 5 AM. Estimated date of completion is April 13, 2017.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

US30 MP .03

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: US30 (Historic Columbia River Hwy) MP 0.03 (Sandy River Bridge - Troutdale) US30 (Historic Columbia River Highway) crossing the Sandy River Bridge is restricted to 30 tons gross weight.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

US30 MP .95 to 18

LOWER COLUMBIA RIVER; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: No Report
Pavement Condition: No Report
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Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
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Last Updated: 01/16/2017 07:02 am

US30 MP 6.51 to 13.1

Informational only; Construction Work
Comments: No traffic impacts until work resumes in Spring 2017.
Updated: 01/06/2017 09:27 am

US30 MP 13.14

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: US30 (Historic Columbia River Hwy) MP 13.14 (Shepperds Dell Bridge) US30 (Historic Columbia River Hwy) crossing Youngs Creek (Shepperds Dell) Bridge is restricted to 20,000 lbs. single axle, 34,000 lbs. tandem axle, Weight Table 1.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

US30 MP 17.68

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: US30 (Historic Columbia River Hwy) MP 17.68 (West Multnomah Falls Bridge) US30 (Historic Columbia River Hwy) crossing West Multnomah Falls Bridge is restricted to 28,000 lbs. for solo vehicles, 44,000 lbs. for 3-2 combinations, and 56,000 lbs. for 3-3 combinations.
Updated: 01/15/2017 7:00 pm

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