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Drive safely in work zones

April is Distracted Driving Awareness month

A distracted driver causes a crash every 2.5 hours in Oregon. Our Drive to Zero program reminds you to drive distraction-free every time you’re behind the wheel. Help spread this important message by posting this flyer in your community!

Transportation Safety Action Plan Update underway

We're updating our Transportation Safety Action Plan. Learn more about how you can be part of working together to eliminate fatal and serious injury crashes on all roads in Clackamas County by 2035.

Road Safety Audit completed for Stafford Road

The county recently completed an official Road Safety Audit (RSA) for the 6.5 miles of Stafford Road between the cities of Wilsonville and Lake Oswego to identify safety issues by reviewing current traffic and operational conditions, and to develop infrastructure recommendations to address the needs.

Slow down in work zones!

We all deserve to be safe at our place of work. We need your help to keep workers safe in their place of work — road construction zones.

Orange is your clue to slow down and look for workers!
When you see orange signs, barrels or cones, slow down and watch for workers. Fines double in a work zone with or without workers present.

One traffic death is too many
Drive to Zero focuses on reducing injuries and fatalities on our roadways. Our goal is to reduce fatal and serious injury crashes by half by 2022.

Work zone facts

Work zone safety tips

Inattentive drivers are the most common cause of work zone crashes. Please follow the tips below as you travel through work zones:

Work zone safety links


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