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 July 18, 2018


WORK IN PROGRESS, FOR WEEK OF 7/15/2018:
 
               
Local traffic advisories effective the week of July 15 and beyond, 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:     

 

E. 18th Avenue (west of Oak St. in the westbound lane):   A section of damaged road will be dug out and repaved.  Traffic will be limited.  Watch for signs.

N. Danebo Avenue (Cody Ave. to Burnett Ave.):  Crews will be repairing sections of the road.  N. Danebo Avenue will be closed to through traffic and only open for local traffic.  Drivers should expect construction equipment, traffic shifts and workers in the roadway. 

W. 5th Avenue (Blair St. to Taylor St.):  Crack sealing work will occur on Monday.  Look for signs, flaggers, workers, and vehicles in the right of way.  There will be minor slowdowns through the work zone but no major impact to normal traffic flows.  Flaggers will divert traffic from the work lane.  All work is weather dependent and will be postponed if rainy conditions occur.

W. 7th Avenue/ W. 7th Place (Bailey Hill Rd. to W. 7th Ave.):  Crews will be working on sidewalk ramps and driveways.  Drivers should expect traffic delays, traffic shifts, and partial lane closures.

W. 21st Avenue (west of City View St.):  Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway. 

W. 22nd Avenue (west of City View St.):  Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway. 

W. 23rd Avenue (west of City View St.):  Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway. 

Adams Street (south of W. 28th Ave.):   Paving overlay work will occur.  No through traffic will be allowed.  Watch for signs.

Bowmont Drive: Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway.

Brittany Street (south of W. 18th Ave.):  Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway. 

Buck Street (south of W. 18th Ave.):  Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway. 

Buff Way (Woodside Dr. to Forrester Way):   The contractor will start storm water repairs and sidewalk work this week.  Drivers should expect construction equipment and workers in the roadway.

Burnett Avenue (Devos St. to Golden Gardens St.):   Crews will be overlaying the existing roadway, causing intermittent closures to through traffic.  Drivers should expect construction equipment, traffic shifts and workers in the roadway. 

Cody Avenue (Golden Gardens St. to Blue Heron Lane):  Crews will finish paving the roadway, causing intermittent closures to through traffic   Drivers should expect construction equipment, traffic shifts and workers in the roadway. 

Corydon Street (Forrester Way to Tandy Turn):  The contractor will start storm water repairs and sidewalk work this week.  Drivers should expect construction equipment and workers in the roadway. 

Forrester Way (Coburg Rd. to west end):  The contractor will start storm water repairs and sidewalk work this week.  Drivers should expect construction equipment and workers in the roadway. 

Garfield Street (W. 6th Ave. to Roosevelt Blvd.):  Garfield Street will be closed Monday through Friday at W. 2nd Avenue to the north (towards Roosevelt Blvd.).  Local traffic will be maintained but through traffic should take an alternate route.  Garfield Street will also be closed Wednesday and Thursday to through traffic from W. 6th Avenue north toward W. 2nd Avenue for railroad crossing upgrade work.  Vehicles will NOT be able to get by the railroad tracks closest to W. 6th Street. 

Golden Gardens Street (Barger Dr. to Jessen Ave.):  Crews will continue with site cleanup and utility adjustments.  Drivers should expect construction equipment, traffic shifts and workers in the roadway. 

Greiner Street (south of W. 18th Ave.):  Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway. 

Highland Oaks Drive (north of Bowmont Dr.): Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway.

Jessen Drive, Terry Street, Primrose Street, and Golden Gardens Street (North of Barger Dr.):  As the work on the Jessen Path continues, expect increased construction traffic on adjacent neighborhood roadways. 

Lambert Street (south of W. 18th Ave.):  Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway. 

Polk Street (W. 6th Ave. to W. 7th Ave.):  Crack sealing work will occur on Thursday.  Look for signs, flaggers, workers, and vehicles in the right of way.  There will be minor slowdowns through the work zone but no major impact to normal traffic flows.  Flaggers will divert traffic from the work lane.   All work is weather dependent and will be postponed if rainy conditions occur. NOTE: This work has been postponed due to increased traffic from the Lane County Fair.

Polk Street (W. 12th Ave. to bridge over Amazon canal, south of W. 16th Ave.):  Crack sealing work will occur on Friday.  Look for signs, flaggers, workers, and vehicles in the right of way.  There will be minor slowdowns through the work zone but no major impact to normal traffic flows.  Flaggers will divert traffic from the work lane.  All work is weather dependent and will be postponed if rainy conditions occur.  NOTE: The work has been postponed due to increased traffic from the Lane County Fair.
Royal Avenue (Waite St. to Bertelsen  Rd.):  Crack sealing work will occur on Wednesday.  Look for signs, flaggers, workers, and vehicles in the right of way.  There will be minor slowdowns through the work zone but no major impact to normal traffic flows.  Flaggers will divert traffic from the work lane.  All work is weather dependent and will be postponed if rainy conditions occur.

Sharon Way (Coburg Rd. to west end):   The contractor will start storm water repairs and sidewalk work this week.  Drivers should expect construction equipment and workers in the roadway. 

Todd Street (south of W. 18th Ave.):  Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway. 

Trillium Street (south of Hawkins Ln.):  Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway. 

Woodside Drive (Cal Young Rd. to Sharon Way):   The contractor will start storm water repairs and sidewalk work this week.  Drivers should expect construction equipment and workers in the roadway. 

Willow Creek Road (W. 11th Ave. to W. 18th Ave.):  Crack sealing work will occur on Tuesday. Look for signs, flaggers, workers, and vehicles in the right of way.  There will be minor slowdowns through the work zone but no major impact to normal traffic flows.  Flaggers will divert traffic from the work lane.  All work is weather dependent.