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I-5: Coburg Interchange (Project completed)

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Completed: Yes
MTIP: I-5 @ Coburg Interchange Construction Year: 2012
Jurisdiction: Oregon Dept. of Transportation (ODOT) Mode: Road

Located on Interstate 5, mile points 194.5 to 196.5, adjacent to the City of Coburg, the interchange will undergo physical improvements. The project’s purpose is to improve safety and efficiency of travel on Coburg Industrial Way, Roberts Road, Pearl Street and Interstate 5.

The I-5/Coburg project will:

  • Close access to Roberts Road on the south side of Pearl Street with a cul de sac.
  • Connect Roberts Road to the intersection of Coburg Industrial Way and Pearl Street by constructing a new road, Coburg Industrial Way South.
  • Widen and lengthen the I-5 southbound on-ramp to accept 2 lanes turning east to south from Pearl Street.
  • Add a free flowing slip lane for a right turn north to Coburg Industrial Way from westbound Pearl Street.
  • Add water quality facilities to allow for drainage and water treatment for run-off from the new impervious surfaces as well as existing roadway surfaces.
  • Improve bicycle/pedestrian facilities and allow for connectivity to the Coburg Loop Path.

To learn more about the project, visit the ODOT project website at:

Timeline: Construction begins in summer, 2012 with completion anticipated in early 2013.
Work Schedule:

Construction begins the week of July 30, 2012.  See the news release announcement.


The project will be funded by a combination of federal earmarks and STIP funding.  This phase of construction was bid at $2.23 million by Wildish Construction of Eugene.

Contact: Rick Little Working together to keep you moving