Author: Katherine Cook CORBETT, Ore. — This summer, the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) is hoping to improve congestion along parts of the Historic Columbia River Highway, but it will come at a price to drivers. From May 24 through ...

SOUTHERN OREGON, —With the winter driving conditions, the Oregon Department of Transportation says its seen several crashes, and spin-outs affecting the flow of traffic. Southbound I-5 crashes are now clear, after one involved two down motorcycles. Northbound traffic was also ...

SOUTHERN OREGON, —Almost a year and a half after the Almeda Fire, the clean-up is wrapping up. The Oregon Department of Transportation has been in charge of the statewide cleanup. It’s been 14 months since it began. An ODOT spokesperson ...

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — A ‘Do-It-Yourself’ skate park that’s been around for more than a year is being removed under an overpass in Central Point. The park was created underneath the Blackwell Road overpass. “We’re not against skate parks,” said ...

HWY 140, Ore. — ODOT wants to warn drivers about upcoming short delays on Highway 140 starting tomorrow. The Oregon Department of Transportation says the delays are expected to last through September due to several bridge improvement projects on Lake ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Transportation will begin constructing an emergency evacuation ramp from Mountain Ave. to southbound I-5 starting this Tuesday. It says the $100,000 project will help Ashland address emergency evacuation needs. ODOT says the need ...

OREGON — Oregon Highway 62 and the Rogue Valley Expressway will soon have traffic cameras installed. ODOT says the ‘smart upgrade’ will help drivers access important information, so they can see what’s happening on the highways. The installation will begin ...

ASHLAND, Ore — An Oregon Department of Transportation worker has died from his injuries after a fall at a facility on Thursday, December 30th, according to a statement from ODOT. ODOT said 58-year-old Wes Hamner was critically injured in a ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – Over the weekend Oregon Dept. of Transportation was busy keeping the roadway safe. The agency said it’s continuing to do so, especially in higher elevations. An ODOT spokesperson told NBC5 News drivers could see anything from slush ...

SOUTHWEST OREGON — Drivers in southwest Oregon should expect snowy conditions on roads to continue, especially in higher elevation areas, according to ODOT. It says to expect long delays and asks drivers to delay travel if possible. If you must ...

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