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Woodburn Interchange & Transit Facility

About the Project

The Woodburn Interchange Project is located on I-5 at the intersection with OR 214 and OR 219 in Woodburn, Oregon. The interchange accesses Silverton, Mt Angel and Molalla via OR 214, and St. Paul and Newberg via OR 219.

The project will improve traffic flow and safety in the interchange area, add a transit facility, and promote economic development in Woodburn and the surrounding area. OR 214/219 will remain open during construction and there will be no daytime lane closures.

Watch the video above for an overview of the project and the anticipated schedule.

Latest News

Lanes to shift during work on Woodburn interchange in I-5
April 1, 2014
Statesman Journal

Drivers will notice a few changes as construction work is scheduled to start in earnest this week on segments of the $80 million expansion of the Woodburn interchange on Interstate 5.

But a spokesman for the Oregon Department of Transportation, while advising drivers to be alert, said the changes are not earthshaking.

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Woodburn Interchange Project to enter next phase of construction in early April
March 27, 2014
ODOT News Release

Work along OR 214 and sound wall construction to increase

Starting in early April, work on the Woodburn Interchange Project will  increase on the east side of I-5 along OR 214, including construction of the sound wall that runs between Country Club Road and Broughton Way.

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Construction Alerts

Woodburn Interchange construction update
March 31, 2014

Construction activities through April 30, 2014

  • Continue working on NB & SB permanent ramps
  • Constructing sound walls between Willow and Woodland; Country Club and Broughton on the north side of OR219
  • Construct curbs and pave between Willow and Woodland on the north side of OR219
  • Continue working new illumination systems within the interchange and on Arney Road
  • Continue working on the bridge widening
  • Installing bus shelters in the transit facility
  • Shifting OR219/214 traffic to the south
  • Complete installation of Oregon Way / Country Club Rd temporary traffic signal system
  • Start excavation work on the north side of OR214 from Evergreen Rd to Country Club Rd 

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Project Information

Construction cameras (live feed)

Construction Updates
Project Phasing Schedule and Map (pdf, 758 KB)
Project Plan (pdf, 887 KB)
Project Fact Sheet (pdf, 171 KB)