Highway 395 Construction Project

Release Date: 
02/03/2016

The Oregon Department of Transportation will be constructing upgrades along U.S. 395 in Hermiston.  Learn more about dates and times in ODOT's informational flyer HERE.

The $3.7 million project will rebuild dozens of ADA sidewalk ramps, update traffic signal controls, install new traffic signals at the Jennie Avenue intersection, install median curbs to control turning movements at the Elm Street (OR 207) intersection, and repave the six-mile-long section of highway between S.E. Fourth Street (mile post 6) and U.S. 730 (mile post zero). Work will begin February 8 and is scheduled to be completed by July 4.

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