Isaac Lee Patterson Bridge

Traffic on the Isaac Lee Patterson Bridge over the Rogue River in Gold Beach will be limited to one lane on June 22-26.

GOLD BEACH – U.S. Highway 101 will be limited to a single lane of traffic on the Isaac Lee Patterson Bridge over the Rogue River in Gold Beach next week as workers resurface the deck.

The lane closures will begin Monday morning, June 22, and continue until Friday morning, June 26. Flaggers will provide 24-hour traffic control. Motorists should expect congestion and delays at each end of the bridge.

Construction on the $3.3 million bridge repair project began in January and will continue until November. Motorists can expect intermittent lane closures and delays through the summer and fall.

For more information, contact ODOT Public Information Officer Dan Latham at 541-817-5200 or Dan.Latham@odot.state.or.us.

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