Oregon storms affect trans-pacific traffic
llynch at civil-tongue.net
Tue Dec 4 23:33:10 UTC 2007
On Tue, 4 Dec 2007, Lynda wrote:
> Mark Newton wrote:
>> On 05/12/2007, at 9:29 AM, John Savageau wrote:
>>> If there is anything we at One Wilshire can do to assist any network ...
>> SCCN have carried out a temporary repair, and services are now restored
>> (ours are, in any case -- Two of our six unprotected STM-4's on SCCN were
>> affected by this, but they're now back)
>> Sounds like things are pretty bad at Portland, Oregon. Repair took over
>> 24 hours because flooding prevented the splicing crews from getting to
>> the worksite. Ouch.
> Normally I'd be quiet, but realize that not all news travels, even when it's
> bad. I don't know whether it's been restored, but last I heard, traffic on
> I-5 between Portland and Seattle was completely cut off, and traffic was
> being routed through Yakima (making a 3 hour trip into a 7 hour trip). Oregon
> is very hard hit. Here's the Washington map; it's bad enough here.
things are grim on the oregon coast: http://www.tripcheck.com/
Lincoln City camaras are off line, but Florence and Newport give you some
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