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Online resources for up-to-date information about City of Eugene transportation system road construction. Read below for the weekly roadwork report (available April-November).
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- For information about each project, including scope and timeline, visit www.eugene-or.gov/roadwork.
Current City of Eugene Roadwork Advisories
|Updated May 26, 2023|
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
High Street Protected Bikeway— The project extends from 19th Ave to 6th Ave on High St. There will be a two-way protected bikeway on the west side of High St. This week, crews will be working between 8th Ave and Broadway on the west side of the roadway.
The left turn lane and left through lane will be closed during construction hours. Both through lanes will be open outside of construction hours.
Construction in this area will continue for the next two weeks before moving to the intersection of 11th Ave.
Please be mindful of the crews and equipment in the roadway. The Shedd is open for business as usual. Access to their north parking lot is off of 8th Ave and their building access on High St is open as usual.
Eugene Enhanced Walking Network- Construction crews are currently working on Hilyard St between Dillard and 36th Pl. with the goal of improving safety for pedestrians and cyclists. Crews are constructing new sidewalk and access ramps on the east side of Hilyard.
Hilyard is open to both directions of traffic, please watch for construction crews and their equipment. This work will continue for the new few weeks.
Construction crews are also working at W 18th Ave and Peppertree (Churchill HS). At this location they are constructing a highly visible crosswalk with access ramps and illumination. W 18th Ave is open to traffic in both directions.
N Danebo Ave at Unthank St – Unthank St will be closed near the intersection of N Danebo Ave for several hours on May 31.
Lanes on N Danebo Ave may also be closed periodically. Work will continue at this intersection to construct new pedestrian access ramps and a median island with an RRFB warning system on N Danebo Ave. Lane closures will be in place to provide adequate work zone. Flagging operations will be required at times.
Vehicles are encouraged to use alternate routes if possible. Pedestrians and bicycles will be provided with detours through or around the work zone. Flaggers will be on site to help pedestrians navigate the work zone when a temporary route is not in place.
Royal Ave at Throne Dr – A boring operation for underground conduit is expected to occur on May 31 at the intersection of Royal Ave and Throne Dr.
Lane closures and detours may be required for vehicles. Use of alternate routes is encouraged if possible. Pedestrians and bicycles will be provided with detours through and around the work zone. Flaggers will be in place to help pedestrians navigate the work zone when required. Work is scheduled to begin on reconstruction of sidewalk access ramps and installation of an RRFB warning system for the existing crossing of Royal Ave at Throne Dr the week of June 5.
Harlow Road from Ascot Drive to Calvin Rd – Starting May 30 Harlow Rd will be impacted by construction of sidewalks. Vehicles commuting through the area will be impacted by lane closures and areas will be limited to one lane of travel through June 2.
Pedestrians and cyclists are encouraged to follow flaggers through detours around the project site.
Firwood, Van Duyn, Parish, President, Western, Calvin, Arcadia, Sunshine Roads– Starting May 25 through July 1 the listed roads will have limited pedestrian access and reduced on street parking due to concrete work.
Please watch for the movement of workers, construction equipment and trucks. Pedestrians, please use detours provided in the area.
Downtown Southern Access and Parking– Access to Annie Mims will be restricted from 8th Avenue and 4th Avenue for vehicles, seek alternative routes.
Pedestrians and cyclists, please follow detours around the project site via the temporary asphalt path south of the construction site and via the South Bank Path.
Please be aware of large trucks and machinery in the area.
River Road at Irving Road– Crews will continue working at the east end of Hunsaker Lane with reconstruction of the roadway and construction of sidewalks. Hunsaker Lane, between River Road and Daffodil Ct. will be closed to through traffic.
Vehicles commuting through the area are encouraged to use Division to detour to River Road or use alternative routes.
Pedestrians and cyclists are encouraged to follow the detours around the project site.
Grand Cayman Dr (north of Barbados Dr)– Ongoing construction of Striker Field Park adjacent to Grand Cayman Drive will have limited impact on local traffic through summer of 2023.
Please watch for the movement of workers, construction equipment and trucks.
Northbound River Road— in the bus bump out in front of 758 River Road, May 23 through May 26, Curb, gutter, and asphalt repair work. The right traffic lane and bike lane will be closed at the time of the repair.
8th Avenue between Willamette St and Pearl St– Continuing construction with crews on site between Willamette St and Oak St. One lane of traffic on 8th Ave will remain open, expect lane shifts and traffic delays.
Pedestrians and cyclists are encouraged to follow the detours around the project site. Please be aware of large trucks and equipment in the area.
West 10th Ally and Vanburen Street– May 23 through May 24, repair street panel. Watch for no parking, road closed, not thru traffic, and delineated work zone. Estimated delays are minimal. The section remains closed this week while the panel cures.
Seavey Way (Frank Parrish Bridge) MP 0.22 - Frank Parrish Bridge will be limited to one lane of travel through May 26th, 2023, while the work is being performed on the bridge approach ends. Temporary traffic control signals will be in place for the duration of this project. Please use caution and slow down through the work zone to improve safety and efficiency.
Maxwell Rd & Hemlock - Road work continues on Maxwell and Hemlock Roads in the River Road area. Traffic signals are turned off and flaggers are in place during active daily work. Please use caution and slow down through the work zone to improve safety and efficiency. Seek alternate routes whenever possible to avoid delays.