Redmond Airport travelers will be boarding larger planes to some popular summer destinations
Redmond Airport will start seeing larger planes over the next six months. Learn more here.
REDMOND, Ore. (KTVZ) — The Redmond Airport will be welcoming larger planes this summer on some flights to its most popular destinations, according to airport Manager Zach Bass.
“Normally, we run a regional 76-seater, and what we’re hearing from our airlines, what we’re seeing for the next six months and over the summer, is upgrading to a 737-800, an Airbus A321,” Bass said Tuesday
The upgrades include moving to Boeing 737 aircraft, meaning going from the current planes’ 76 seats to 180 seats. They’re also known as “mainline”…
Tolls are coming to Portland-area freeways, and even tolling fans worry they’ll stack upHighway tolls are to be introduced in the state. Learn more here. By Jayati Ramakrishnan | The Oregonian/OregonLive
In less than two years, the Oregon Department of Transportation will introduce the first highway tolls in the state.
It will begin with two bridge tolls on Interstate 205. But planned within the next few years are per-mile tolls on all lanes of Interstates 5 and 205 and, if a replacement project gets underway, a toll to cross the Interstate Bridge over the Columbia River.
Freeway tolling has been all but guaranteed in Oregon since 2017, when the Oregon Legislature directed ODOT to…
Snow, whiteout conditions close I-84 through Columbia River GorgeWinter driving conditions have forced the closure of I-84. Find out more here. By Rosemarie Stein | The Oregonian/OregonLive
Blowing snow and whiteout conditions on Monday forced the closure of Interstate 84 in the Columbia River Gorge from Troutdale to Hood River.
The Oregon Department of Transportation closed the roadway in both directions before 5 a.m. as multiple crashes occurred between mileposts 17 and 64.
The closure could be lengthy. The National Weather Service has the gorge — including Parkdale, Carson, the Hood River Valley and Odell — under a winter storm warning through 4 p.m. Heavy snow is expected, especially above 1,500 feet elevation.