The Oregon Department of Transportation provides the following updates on highway construction projects around the region for this week.

• U.S. Highway 101 - Cannon Beach North Entrance (Oregon Coast Highway, Milepost 28.1)

No delays expected. Paving is complete. Construction is scheduled to be completed by Oct. 31.

• Oregon Highway 202 - Frankfort Street to Olney Cutoff Road (Nehalem Highway, mileposts 1.0-10.5)

Expect minor delays for concrete repair, shoulder widening and guardrail work. Funded by the Oregon Transportation Investment Act, a highway bond program created by the 2001 Legislature.

• U.S. Highway 26 - Necanicum Junction to Coast Range Summit (Sunset Highway, mileposts 10.0-14.0)

Weather permitting, expect minor delays through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. for paving.

• U.S. Highway 26 - Mail Creek Culvert, four miles east of U.S. Highway 101 (Sunset Highway, milepost 4.0)

Expect minor delays for grading for a new bridge.

• Netarts Highway - Oceanside to Tillamook (Netarts Highway, mileposts 0.0-9.1)

Expect minor delays for shoulder work.

• Oregon Highway 6 - east of Tillamook (Wilson River Highway, mileposts 12-18 and mileposts 0.6-4.4)

Expect minor delays for minor ditch and drainage work east of the Tillamook city limit.

For updated information on highway work and current travel information throughout Oregon, visit (www.tripcheck.com) or call the toll-free Oregon road report at (800) 977-6368.

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