I-105 6th Avenue ramp opens

Expect work to continue on I-105 shoulders

The westbound I-105 6th Avenue off-ramp opened Friday morning. Work on the ramp included bridge rail replacement, deck resurfacing and  seismic reinforcement.

Lanes and ramps will be open in each direction on I-105 during the Lane County Fair. There will be work on the shoulders, so travelers should watch for crews and slow down in the work zone.

Work continues in both directions until the end of August. There will be lane closures at night. Paving will be done on the ramps in September.

The next phase of work in the $18 million bridge preservation project will be the Willamette River Bridge, including the southbound Delta Highway on-ramp to I-105. That work begins after the first of the year.

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.