Timber Road, closed since March 6 thanks to a portion of the road between Glenwood and Timber crumbling due to a slow-moving landslide, may not see construction begin on a fix for two more years.
It may be snowing now, but Oregonians have one week to remove their studded tires or face a fine.
Oregon drivers who for decades have been banned from touching gas pumps could soon have the right to fuel their own cars, under a bill the state House overwhelmingly approved Monday.
An electric charging station somewhere between Seaside and Mountaindale, perhaps in Manning or Buxton.
New guardrails in Glenwood and Gales Creek.
Better lighting and (another) new crosswalk in Banks.
The Oregon Department of Transportation is hosting an in-person and an online open house regarding the safety study of the Highway 6 corridor mandated by the Oregon Legislature in 2022.
Are you interested in transportation—be that highways, public transit, trails, or other— in Gales Creek and the rest of western Washington County? A little-known commission called the North West Area Commission on Transportation (NWACT) is seeking a new member from western Washington County.
A landslide has blocked one lane of Timber Road north of Strassel Road, Washington County said in a social media post.
Washington County Land Use and Transportation said the department’s road crew staff was down by about 25%, which could delay plow times in the Gales Creek area and beyond.
Have an opinion on Highway 6? The Oregon Department of Transportation wants to hear from you by November 28 at an online open house as the state agency studies safety and road conditions on the highway.
Just over one month remains until the November 8 General Election, and in a sure sign of the election season, the Oregon Department of Transportation is again reminding campaigners to keep their signs out of the right of way.