ODOT Planning Projects to Make E. Oregon Highways ADA-Friendly


The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) is constructing more than three dozen key highway projects this year in Eastern Oregon to fix pavement, sidewalks and bridges to make the highways safer and extend the life of the transportation system.

Several projects are underway and a few others are starting.

Projects involving ADA curb ramps highlight our work this summer. Here are some of ODOT’s ADA-related projects.

  • U.S. 395: Paving between Hermiston and I-84, from mileposts 6.03 to 12.52. Project also includes ADA curb ramp upgrades in Hermiston and Stanfield, and lane reconfiguration through Stanfield
  • U.S. 30: Signals and ADA upgrades in Pendleton

Remember to watch for crews, equipment and flaggers, and to be prepared to slow down or stop when you see those orange cones and construction signs.


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