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U.S. 26: Mt. Hood Highway Safety Project > Online Open house
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The Oregon Department of Transportation is continuing work on a project to improve safety on the Mt. Hood Highway (U.S. 26) just east of Rhododendron and west of Oregon Highway 35.


View the open house presentation, January 21, 2014

This interactive tool includes a series of stations where you can learn more about the project. At the end of the open house you will have opportunities to provide comments. Thank you for participating.

Project Information

Mt. Hood Safety Project Frequently Asked Questions 2014.pdfMt. Hood Safety Project Frequently Asked Questions 2014.pdf (698 KB)

Mt. Hood Safety Project Frequently Asked Questions 2014.pdfMt. Hood Safety Project Fact Sheet 2014.pdf (950 KB)

Stations...

Project Overview

What we've done and what we've heard so far.

Project Need and Proposed Solutions

What drove ODOT to this project?

Reducing Rockfall Hazards

Reducing rock fall hazards.

Environmental Considerations

Understanding natural resources and efforts to protect sensitive areas.

Blasting and Construction Impacts

Construction impacts and estimated construction timelines.

Before and After Simulations

Conceptual images of how the project will change Highway 26.

Next Steps

What to expect this winter and next spring and a survey about construction.

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