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OR 34 Corvallis-Lebanon Highway Cleanup Underway

The highway is open, but you should expect lane closures and delays

Hwy 34 flooding
An aerial view of Hwy 34 at the bypass and bridge to Corvallis on April 11, 2019. Posted by Sweet Home Police Department

(CORVALLIS, Ore. ) - Crews began removing debris, clearing culverts and rebuilding shoulders today on OR 34, Corvallis-Lebanon Highway, between Colorado Lake Drive and Peoria Road.

Flood waters closed the road between Tuesday night and Friday morning. As of April 13, an eastbound lane remained closed at the OR 34 Bypass and the Bypass was closed between OR 99W and OR 34.

Single lane closures should be expected for at least two weeks. Heavy equipment will be regularly moving through the area. Travelers should allow extra time, expect delays, and watch for crews.

Between Colorado Lake Drive and Peoria Road, the westbound right lane will be closed first, then crews will move to the eastbound right lane. Work in that section is expected to last at least a week.

Work between the OR 34 Bypass and Peoria Road is scheduled to begin the week of April 22, depending on how flood waters recede and what work is needed for recovery. The multi-use path is anticipated to need repair as well.

Where traffic is routed through or around a work zone, pedestrians, including those with disabilities, will also be provided routes through or around the work zone.

Check the roads before you go: TripCheck.com

Source: ODOT

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