I-84 ramp to SB I-5 closes for three nights starting Tuesday

Aug. 30, 2019

PORTLAND — Work on the I-5 and I-85 interchange ramps will resume after the three-day Labor Day holiday with night closures of the ramp from westbound Interstate 84 to southbound I-5.

As we transition from summer to fall the weather becomes less predictable, so rain is always a risk to the schedule. Keeping that in mind, we plan to apply a bridge deck seal to the I-84 westbound to I-5 southbound ramp next week.

The ramp will be closed from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. the nights of Sept. 3, 4 and 5 next week.

I-84 WB to I-5 SB  

The ramp from I-84 westbound to I-5 southbound will experience full nighttime closures during these times:

  • Tuesday, Sept. 3, beginning at 10 p.m., until 5 a.m. Wednesday 
  • Wednesday, Sept. 4, beginning at 10 p.m. until 5 a.m. Thursday
  • Thursday, Sept.5, beginning at 10 p.m. until 5 a.m. Friday

Travelers who navigate by landmarks will recognize the I-84 westbound to I-5 southbound ramp as the one you take when you’re travelling toward downtown Portland and you want to go south toward Salem on I-5.

I-5SB to I-84 EB  

Later in September the ramp from I-5 southbound to I-84 eastbound will see full nighttime closures. We will announce the exact dates soon.

Travelers who navigate by landmarks will recognize the I-5 southbound to I-84 eastbound ramp as the one you take when you’re travelling toward Salem and you want to go east toward Gresham on I-84.

I-84 WB to I-5 NB  

Also later in September, the ramp from I-84 westbound to I-5 northbound will also see full nighttime closures. We will announce the exact dates soon.

Travelers who navigate by landmarks will recognize the I-84 westbound to I-5 northbound ramp as the one you take when you’re travelling toward downtown Portland and you want to go north toward Vancouver on I-5.

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