Highway 227 conditions - 8/11
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HIGHWAY 227 IS NOT A VIABLE ALTERNATIVE TO I 5. IT HAS HAZARDS THAT CAN LEAD TO VEHICLES GETTING STUCK AND NEEDING COSTLY TOW/ RECOVERY TO GET OUT OF.
This highway is a paved logging road essentially. I am aware of trucking companies that will not let their drivers take this route for any reason. There are number of SHARP hairpins in Jackson County that standard 53 foot commercial trailers will have great difficulty negotiating. Even longer length travel trailers producing a combined vehicle length over 35 feet have difficulty negotiating the haripins. In Douglas County there are sections where this is an extremely narrow roadway. You are warned. Don't be surprised by what this road does. Take it at your own risk.....especially in winter.
Highway 238 Road Conditions - 8/11
MP 37.4, 1 mile west of Medford. Road construction is occurring causing minimal delay to traffic. Use caution and watch for workers. Oregon 238 Rossanley Drive at Cheshire, City of Medford contractor can build a mountable roundabout, an access for the Rogue X recreational park currently under construction. Contact, Kristina Johnsen with the City of Medford at 541-774-2087. The roundabout has been paved.Temporary signs are being made or acquired, with temporary striping placed. Traffic is being detoured using North Ross Lane and West Main Streets..
Highway 238 webcam @ Jacksonville Hill. This camera updates in real time - http://tripcheck.com/RoadCams/cams/Jacksonville%20Hill%20EB_pid1977.JPG?rand=1480452737102.
Highway 99 Road Conditions from Ashland to Grants Pass - 8/11
MP 10 - 12, 1 mile north of Phoenix. Road construction is occurring causing minimal delay to traffic. Use caution and watch for workers..
MP 0.4 - 1.6, Road construction is occurring causing minimal delay to traffic. Use caution and watch for workers. Watch for single-lane closures and watch for construction workers and equipment. Because of delays by the railroad contractor, the traffic signals will not be turned on until the new railroad signals are operational, which could be later this summer. Until then, traffic control will be provided by a stop sign. The work zone speed limit has been reduced to 45 mph for worker safety.