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A second landslide has closed Highway 36 between the South Willamette Valley and the coast. It’s expected to take several days to clear.

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A landslide closed OR 36 three miles west of Triangle Lake at mp 24.5 just after 3 p.m. today. The slide is about 10 feet west of a slide area that closed the road for a week last winter.

ODOT hydrogeologists will assess the slide Thursday morning. At this time it appears that about 400 yards of dirt, rocks, and trees cover the roadway. More could come down.

Travelers will need to take alternate routes and plan for the roadway to be close at least through Thursday.

Updates can be found online at TripCheck.

Mt. Bachelor website

After some recent winters with little snowpack, the cascades are enjoying lots of white stuff. Transportation officials say it’s important to be prepared when heading up to the mountains.

ODOT

A landslide has closed U.S. Highway 20 west of Toledo. The State Department of Transportation says both lanes were blocked Thursday morning on the road between Corvallis and Newport.

Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT).

Thick drifts, blowing snow, and limited visibility have made traveling difficult -- and sometimes dangerous -- across southern Oregon.  

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Oregon transportation officials want to convince people to put away cell phones while driving. A new study released last week says distracted driving is a deadly epidemic in the state.

ODOT

Crews are working to clear Sunday’s landslide on coastal highway 101 north of Florence. The road isn’t expected to reopen until Tuesday.

Winter Weather Forecast Thru Monday

Jan 3, 2016

A Freezing Rain Advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service for all Southwest Oregon counties from tonight through late tomorrow morning.

Oregon Department of Transportation

It may take months to fully repair the landslide damage to Highway 42, the road between Roseburg and Coos Bay. Crews began clearing material Tuesday morning.

Lane County Sheriff's Office

Heavy rains in parts of Oregon have increased risks of flooding and landslides, especially on the coast.

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