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Eugene, OR 97401

Ph: 541-682-5291


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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 September 12, 2014


WORK IN PROGRESS:
            
    CITY OF EUGENE:    
  • 13th Avenue W. (Garfield St. to Polk St.):  If final paving was not completed the previous Friday, final paving continues, followed by pavement markings and manhole adjustments to the new pavement surface. One lane will be open for traffic during the work but drivers should expect congestion due to side street, lane and parking closures around the work.  For more project information see the Project Information Sheet.
  • 30th Avenue E. (at University St.):  Contractor will continue work near 30th Avenue and University Street.  Expect periodic lane restrictions and sidewalk closures.  Watch for construction traffic.   
  • Broadway E. (Pearl St. to Franklin Blvd.):  Paving has been delayed and is expected to be completed in mid to late September.    
  • Donald Street (46th Ave. to Fox Hollow Rd.):  Paving is complete.  Striping will complete the project.  Expect minor delays.
  • Fern Ridge Multi-Use Path (Chambers St. to Hayes St.):  The portion of the path through Garfield Park is closed for an extended period of time to allow trucks and equipment to access the Amazon Creek Stabilization and Enhancement project.  Cyclists and pedestrians are detoured onto 15th Avenue between Chambers and Garfield streets.
  • Goodpasture Island Bridge (at Goodpasture Island Rd. and Delta Hwy.):  Work continues on the center bridge supports in the Delta Highway.  Travel lanes on the Delta Highway have been shifted to accommodate the work zone.  There is construction speed limit of 45 MPH on the Delta Highway through the construction zone.  Please slow down and use caution.  There are no other lane restrictions planned.  Foundation work continues on both sides of the bridge.  Retaining wall construction will begin on the east side of the bridge.  Miscellaneous work will continue in the shoulder areas and embankments.  Please watch out for equipment and trucks entering the roadway.  The Goodpasture Island Road overpass continues to be closed to pedestrians.  Bicyclists should merge into traffic if they feel comfortable doing so.  Please find alternate bicycle/pedestrian routes if possible.
  • Green Acres Road (Applewood Ln. to Delta Oaks Dr.):  Contractor will continue electrical work at the new pedestrian island.  Watch for construction traffic.
  • Hatton Avenue, Evergreen Drive, Manzana Street:  Contractor will be installing storm water piping and manholes in Hatton Avenue from east of Evergreen to Hatton Avenue.  Watch for construction traffic.
  • Monroe Street (6th Ave. to 8th Ave.):  Concrete panel work on the east side of Monroe. Street will be open to one-way traffic. Watch for flaggers.
  • Monroe Street (Railroad Tracks north to 1st Ave.):  Street reconstruction on the east side of Monroe will begin Wednesday, September 17 and will be open to one-way traffic. Watch for flaggers.
  • Olive Street (11th Ave. to 13th Ave.):  Paving has been delayed and is expected to be completed in mid to late September.
  • Olive Street (between 12th Avenue and 13th Avenue): Street and sidewalks are closed due to apartment building construction.  More information can be found at www.eugene-or.gov/CapstoneClosures

   
LANE TRANSIT DISTRICT:

  • West Eugene EmX Project:  Motorists can expect one or two lane restrictions on West 7th Avenue east of Garfield Street, and on West 11th Avenue between Garfield and Commerce Streets, on weeknights 7 p.m. to 7 a.m.