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BE AWARE! Highway 101 at Depoe Bay to Experience Traffic Delays

Mid-morning hours typically experience lower traffic volumes on the highway, but motorists traveling at that time should plan on a 20 minute delay.

US 101 at Depoe Bay Oregon
On Wednesday, all traffic on US 101 between Depoe Bay and Otter Rock (MP 131-132) will experience a 20 minute delay as ODOT crews remove a tree that poses a hazard by leaning over the highway. Photo: Kevin Hays Salem-News.com

(DEPOE BAY, Ore. ) - On Wednesday, all traffic on US 101 between Depoe Bay and Otter Rock (MP 131-132) will experience a 20 minute delay as ODOT crews remove a tree that poses a hazard by leaning over the highway.

Beginning at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday and continuing until 11:00 a.m., crews will fall and remove the tree. Because the tree is located along a three-lane section of US 101, traffic will need to be stopped only when the tree is felled.

Crews will then push the fallen tree into a single lane and allow north and southbound traffic to travel in the two available lanes while the tree is cut into segments and removed from the roadway.

Mid-morning hours typically experience lower traffic volumes on the highway, but motorists traveling at that time should plan on a 20 minute delay.

Source: ODOT




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