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I-5 Willamette River Bridge, Behind the Orange Cones: Ties to the Economy

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Published on Jul 5, 2012

Because it's the largest bridge replacement in ODOT's history, this project affects a lot of people who live in and travel through Eugene and Springfield, Ore., on Interstate 5. Our second video shows how important the I-5 Willamette River Bridge replacement is to the local economy.

Jyll Smith, ODOT public information officer, spoke with David Hauser, president of the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce, to get his perspective of the project's importance to the business community because of the local jobs it has created and the extra money being spent by the crew members in the community.

We also show that businesses on Franklin Boulevard are easily accessible during the two-year closure of the I-5 northbound off-ramp using the simple and well-marked detour.

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