SISTERS, OR -- Oregon Department of Transportation crews are repairing a portion of Highway 20 in Sisters this week. Kacey Davey says “patch paving” from Locust to Pine should be complete before the weekend, "So, that’s from 10 o’clock at night to 5:30 in the morning, and Thursday will be the last night. There will be one lane of traffic impacted while we’re working on the pavement of the other lane." Click HERE to learn more about the project.
Davey tells KBND News, "In Redmond, we’re doing a little patch paving work on US 97 between Yew and Evergreen. But again, that’s going to happen at night and just be one lane at a time. So it should be minimal impact to folks." Both the Redmond and Sisters projects should be complete by the weekend.
In Crook County, they’re doing pavement repairs on Paulina Highway - that’s Highway 380. That work could take three to four weeks.