Road Work Advisories

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This page provides information on road work in the Eugene area.
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Current City of Eugene Roadwork Advisories


Updated September 23, 2016

WORK IN PROGRESS, FOR WEEK OF 9/25/2016:
 
              
Major road construction is scheduled for the week of September 25, weather permitting. Use caution in work zones and obey traffic control signage and flaggers.  Links to additional project information can be found at www.eugene-or.gov/roadwork.  For real-time traffic impacts, go to TripCheck.com or twitter.com/EugenePW.
      
CITY OF EUGENE:

W. 17th Avenue (Charnelton St. to Lincoln St.):   Potential temporary traffic delays associated to adjacent park construction project.  Watch for construction traffic.

Charnelton Street (W. 16th Ave. to W. 17th Ave.):   Potential temporary traffic delays associated to adjacent park construction project.  Watch for construction traffic.

Division Avenue (at Lone Oak Dr.):  Construction to continue, with installation of concrete island and sidewalk.  Expect lane closures and periodic delays.  Watch for construction traffic.

Goodpasture Island Road (Delta Hwy. off ramp to Happy Lane):  Construction to continue with concrete sidewalk installation.  Expect lane closures and periodic delays.  Watch for construction traffic.

Fairfield Avenue (Royal Ave. to Hwy. 99):  Fairfield Avenue will be closed to through traffic between Hwy. 99 and Hawthorne Avenue periodically throughout the week for paving.  Watch for construction traffic.

Franklin Boulevard (South Bank Path to I-5 off ramp):  Westbound right hand lane is closed from the South Bank Path to the east, up into the I-5 off ramp, due to construction of improvements to the South Bank Path.

Harris Street (E. 18th Ave. to E. 28th Ave.):   The roadway will continue to be closed to all traffic between E. 24st Avenue and E. 26th Avenue for a portion of the week.  The roadway will also be closed to all traffic between E. 26th Avenue and E. 28th Avenue this week.   Residents must park on adjacent side streets during the closure; there will be no driveway access.   Watch for construction traffic and lane closures on other parts of the project between E. 18th Avenue and E. 28th Avenue.

Jacobs Drive (Pattison St. to Hwy. 99):  Jacobs Drive will be closed to through traffic periodically throughout the week for paving.  Watch for construction traffic

Lincoln Street (W. 11th Ave. to W. 13th Ave.):   Street will be closed for continuing road work.  Use alternate routes.

River Road (Azalea Dr. to Maxwell Rd.):  Crack seal work is expected Monday through Friday, depending on weather.  Flaggers will be onsite to direct traffic.  Expect some possible delays and dusty conditions near the work zone.

River Road (north of Fir Lane):  Construction to continue, with Installation of concrete island and sidewalk.   Expect lane closures and periodic delays.   Watch for construction traffic.

South Bank Path (Knickerbocker Bridge to Walnut St.):   The South Bank Path is closed for construction between Walnut Street and Knickerbocker Bridge until mid-November.  Path users should travel on the North Bank Path and the Autzen Bridge.  The old path is being replaced with new concrete and will be slightly realigned.  The Knickerbocker Bridge will receive new railing.

Sterling Woods subdivision:   Contractor will be installing stormwater and aggregate base.  Expect periodic delays.  Watch for construction traffic on the following streets: Quail Meadow Way (to River Pointe Drive);  River Pointe Drive (from Quail Meadow Way to Ayres Road); Ayres Road (from River Pointe Road to Gilham Road); and Gilham Road.

Washington Street (W. 8th Ave. to W. 13th Ave.):   Street will be open with a lane closure.  Use caution and watch for signage.

Willamette Street (10th Ave. to 13th Ave.):  During construction, curbside parking is closed.  Willamette Street from 11th Avenue to 13th Avenue will be limited to southbound traffic only as those two blocks undergo complete reconstruction.  The block between 10th Avenue and 11th Avenue will undergo less intensive repairs and will have some traffic disruptions.  The project will continue through the end of October.


LANE TRANSIT DISTRICT WEST EUGENE EmX PROJECT:

All businesses remain accessible during construction.  The public can e-mail weemx@ltd.org to request traffic advisory e-mails regarding the West Eugene EmX project.

W. 11th Avenue (Bailey Hill Rd. to Acorn Park St.):   Traffic restricted to one eastbound lane.

W. 11th Avenue (Beltline Hwy. to Tyinn St.):   At night, sections of W. 11th Avenue may be reduced to a single lane in each direction for paving.

W. 11th Avenue (near McKinley St.):  Daytime utility work is expected to restrict single lanes near McKinley Street and prevent southbound turns onto City View Street.

Bertelsen Road (at W. 11th Ave.):   At night, 7pm to 6am, traffic flaggers will guide traffic through the intersection of Bertelsen Road and West 11th Avenue due to roadwork.  The south side of Bertelsen Road will be closed and motorists can detour via West 13th Avenue and Ocean Street.

City View Street (at W. 11th Ave.):   Daytime utility work will prevent southbound turns from W. 11th Avenue onto City View Street, but northbound motorists on City View will be able to enter W. 11th Avenue for both east- and westward travel.

Fern Ridge Path (near W. 11th Avenue Bridge):   The Fern Ridge Path near the W. 11th bridge over Amazon Creek is currently closed and a detour via Bailey Hill Road and Stewart Road guides path users around the closure.  The path is expected to reopen October 1; however, path users should expect periodic daytime closures through October 7.
LANE TRANSIT DISTRICT WEST EUGENE EmX PROJECT:
 
West Eugene Emx traffic impacts are available weekly.  You also can sign up to receive the weekly traffic update via email.