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Eugene, OR 97401

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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 May 29, 2015


WORK IN PROGRESS:
 For the week of May 31:             

CITY OF EUGENE

W. 24th Avenue to Taylor Street to W. 28th Avenue to Fillmore Street:  
Area bounded by these streets will have repairs continuing this week.  No major traffic delays are expected.  Some parking will be restricted but driveways and streets will remain open.

W. 25th Avenue to Chambers Street to McLean Street to Garfield Street:   Area bounded by these streets will have repairs continuing this week.  No major traffic delays are expected.  Some parking will be restricted but driveways and streets will remain open.

W. 25th Avenue (Hawkins Ln. to Brittany St.):  Ramp improvements continue this week.  Watch for construction traffic and expect periodic lane closures.

City View Street (W. 28th Ave. to W. 29th Ave.):  Ramp improvements continue this week.  Watch for construction traffic and expect periodic lane closures.

Elizabeth Street (at Knoop Ave.):  Storm sewer repairs will be underway Monday through Friday from 7:00am to 5:00pm.  Watch for construction traffic and workers in the roadway.

Garden Way (Harlow Rd. to Mahlon Ave.):   Permanent striping will be installed Thursday and Friday. Use caution and watch for lane shifts, flaggers, and workers in the roadway.

River Road (Maynard Ave. to Merry Ln.):  Ramp improvements continue this week.  Watch for construction traffic and expect periodic lane closures. 

Timberline Drive (Warren St. to Wintercreek Dr.):  Ramp improvements continue this week.  Watch for construction traffic and expect periodic lane closures. 

Willakenzie Road (Coburg Rd. to Bogart Ln.):  Permanent striping will be installed Thursday and Friday. Use caution and watch for lane shifts, flaggers, and workers in the roadway.


CITY OF EUGENE, PARKS:

Day Island Park, Laurelwood Park, Spencer Butte Park: 
Pavement repairs to parking lots continue this week.  Parking will be restricted.

Spencer Butte Summit Trail (at S. Willamette St.):  Construction on summit trail is expected to continue through the end of July.  Work will require occasional partial or complete closures of the butte and adjacent section of Ridgeline Trail.  Partial trail closures will continue Monday through Friday, 7:00am to 4:30pm.  Next full closure is scheduled for Wednesday, June 3, 6:00am to 12:00 noon, depending on weather.  For closure maps and other project information, visit http://www.eugene-or.gov/spencerbutte.


LANE TRANSIT DISTRICT WEST EUGENE EmX PROJECT:

All businesses remain accessible during construction. 

W. 6th Avenue (Charnelton St. to Madison St.):  
One lane will be restricted during daytime hours and two lanes may be restricted at night.

W. 7th Avenue (Jefferson St. to Charnelton St.; Blair Blvd.; Monroe St.):  The right hand lane is open for right turns into businesses and cross streets but the lane is blocked from through-travel.  During night time hours, 7 p.m. to 6 a.m., utility relocation may restrict two lanes on West 7th Avenue at Jefferson Street.  Intermittent lane closures for traffic signal work may occur on West 7th Avenue at Blair Boulevard and at Monroe and Jefferson streets.

Charnelton Street (W.  6th Ave. to W. Broadway):   Open for one lane of southbound travel and one side of on-street parking.

Grant Street (at W.  7th Ave.):   Closed at the intersection with south side of West 7th Avenue.  Motorists can use Garfield and Chambers streets to access the area south of the closure.

Lawrence Street (at W. 6th Ave.):    Street is closed at its intersection with the south side of West 6th Avenue.  Motorists can access Lawrence Street from West 7th Avenue and the 6th Avenue Alley.

The public can e-mail to request traffic advisory e-mails regarding the West Eugene EmX project or sign up for project e-news and construction updates at http://weemx.ltd.org.