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ODOT, Portland Police, will deploy photo radar on Interstate 84

Posted: Monday, July 17

ODOT and the Portland Police Bureau this summer will again deploy a mobile photo radar device on an interstate highway night work zone to reduce the high rate of work zone fatalities and injuries.

The first enforcement action will take place the week of Monday July 17 on Interstate 84.

In this latest project, the photo radar unit will be deployed on about 20 nights between July 17 and Sept. 30 on I-84 in Portland in the work zone where new sign bridges will be put in place to hold new RealTime signs. The enforcement will take place in both the eastbound and westbound lanes but never at the same time.

To read the full release and see the photo radar fact sheet, go to the ODOT press release here.


East/West Regional Connections Project

The Oregon Department of Transportation and Washington County (in a partnership project) is now beginning construction of the next phase of ODOT RealTime, a system that provides real-time traffic information on roads to help travelers get where they're going more safely and efficiently. The latest project will implement ODOT RealTime between Washington County, central Portland and the Portland Airport.

This expanded system will improve road safety and help drivers make better informed decisions about their travel routes.

Learn more...

The map below contains more detailed information about upcoming paving and sign work areas. Click icons and shapes for more information.

Please note: This map will continue to be updated as the project progresses. The work schedule is subject to change based on weather and site conditions.

Know before you go! For current road conditions, visit:

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