Many Oregon Highways Remain Closed Following the Latest Storm

ORE 138 at mile post 26. Image courtesy, ODOT

ORE 138 at mile post 26. Image courtesy, ODOT

Following the latest series of storms, several major highways are still closed throughout Oregon. Crews from the Oregon Department of Transportation and Pacific Power have been working through the night to clear roadways.

As of 10:00 AM, 2/26/19 – here are the current, non-seasonal, road closures still in effect:

  • US20, Santiam Pass – Closed MP 53-72

  • US101, Oregon Coast Highway – Closed MP 344

  • ORE38, Reedsport to Drain – Closed MP 0-50

  • ORE42, Coos Bay Highway – Closed MP 17-15

  • ORE58, Willamette Pass – Closed MP 13-86

  • ORE126, McKenzie Highway – Closed MP 14-20

  • ORE138, West of Roseburg – Closed MP 11-24

  • ORE138, Diamond Lake Highway – Closed MP 17-60

In addition to these closures, Crater Lake National Park is reporting that Highway 62 within the park boundary is also closed.


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