Oregon to raise speed limits on many highways March 1st
By Dan Boaz
Great news for Expedited Freight services in Oregon as it has been confirmed that many highways will be increasing their speed limits next week. According to the Statesman Journal website the Oregon Department of Transportation are already fully engaged in updating signage on the impacted routes. The revision will be seen across most of the Eastern half of Oregon.
The changes go into effect on March 1 and will see the speed limit raised to 65 mph on most rural highways and 70 mph on some of the major highways (full details available on the map below). For the trucking sector, there will, of course, be incremental benefits which we welcome as we transport your urgent same day and overnight freight throughout Oregon and the region. Specifically, it sees the limit for trucks increased to 60 mph and 65 mph respectively.
The new signs will be in place on U.S. Highways 20 and 97 along with state Highway 31. In addition, there will be increases to speed limits on various sections of Interstate 84, U.S. Highway 95 and state Highway 78. All told more than 270 signs will be changed on the state's highways.
ExpeditedFreight.com was founded by Dan Boaz and is completely dedicated to your success and satisfaction. As your dependable and trusted Full Truckload company, we work daily to maintain unrivalled service and ensure on-time delivery acros your state, region or nationally. Contact us today at 800-713-1000 or complete our quick quote form
Subscribe for More Updates
Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.