Road Work Advisories

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This page provides information on road work in the Eugene area.
For up-to-the-minute reports, visit Eugene Public Works on Twitter or TripCheck.com
For regional traffic information, go to TripCheck.com.

Current City of Eugene Roadwork Advisories


Updated August 18, 2017

WORK IN PROGRESS, FOR WEEK OF 8/20/2017:
 
               
Local traffic advisories effective the week of August 20 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. 15th Avenue (Moss St. to Agate St.):  Crack seal work is expected Tuesday through Friday.  Dusty conditions will be present.  Consider alternate routes as traffic delays are expected.  Watch for signs and crews in the work zone.

E. 17th Avenue (Fairmount Blvd. to Agate St.):  Crack seal work is expected Tuesday through Friday.  Dusty conditions will be present.   Consider alternate routes as traffic delays are expected.  Watch for signs and crews in the work zone.

E. 24th Avenue (Amazon Pkwy. to Patterson St.):  Crews will be constructing sidewalk access ramps near Roosevelt Middle School.  They will also be installing pavement striping and signs from Amazon Parkway to Patterson Street.

W. 24th Avenue (Friendly St. to Chambers St.):  Crews will be installing traffic calming speed cushions and pavement legends Tuesday through Friday. There will be traffic shifts and flagging.  Expect delays.  Pedestrian access will have minor detours.  Watch for signs and cones and reduce speed.

E. 30th Avenue (Agate St. to Spring Blvd. Overpass):  Paving work on East 30th Avenue is complete.  Drivers should expect lane closures until the permanent striping and signing is installed.  One lane of traffic will be maintained in each direction.  Bicycles are encouraged to use an alternate route and should watch for project signage.  All traffic should watch for signs and cones and reduce speed.

Country Club Road (near Club Rd.):  Crews will be installing pavement striping Wednesday and Thursday.  There will be traffic shifts but one lane of travel each direction will be maintained.  Pedestrian access may have minor detours.  Watch for signs and cones and reduce speed.

Crest Drive (Lincoln St. to Olive St.):  Crews will be installing traffic calming speed cushions and pavement legends Tuesday through Friday.  Crest will be closed Thursday and Friday between Lincoln Street and Olive Street.  Pedestrian access will have minor detours.  Watch for signs and cones and reduce speed.

Fern Ridge Path (Bertelsen St. to Beltline Hwy.):  Path is closed until September 30 from Oscar Avenue to Commercial Avenue to construct the Commerce Street Connector Path and Bridges.

Irvington Drive (at Revell St.):  Crews will be installing pavement striping Wednesday and Thursday.  There will be traffic shifts but one lane of travel each direction will be maintained.  Pedestrian access may have minor detours.  Watch for signs and cones and reduce speed.

Jefferson Street-Phase 2 (W. 11th Ave. to W. 13th Ave.):  Jefferson Street is closed from W. 11th to W. 13th Avenues as the contractor finishes Phase 2 which is expected to be completed August 25.  Lawrence Street is the designated detour.

Jefferson Street-Phase 3 (W. 13th Ave. to W. 16th Ave.):  Limited work at the 15th Avenue intersection has begun.  One lane is open to traffic and will be controlled by flaggers.  This work will last until the complete street closure August 28.

Madison Street (W. 1st Ave. to W. 8th Ave.):  Crack seal work is expected Tuesday through Friday.  Dusty conditions will be present.  Consider alternate routes as traffic delays are expected.  Watch for signs and crews in the work zone.

North Harlow Neighborhood (Satre, Western, Leigh):  Satre Street from Western Drive to just south of Bailey Lane will undergo significant pavement reconstruction this week, starting on Monday.  Expect disruptions and delays this week on Satre Street during the daytime.  Crews are working with the St. Paul Catholic Church to allow access during the work.  Access for pedestrians will remain open.  Dusty conditions will be present.  Consider alternate routes if possible.  Watch for flaggers, road signs and crews.

Polk Street (W. 24th Ave. to W. 28th Ave.):  Crews will be installing traffic calming speed cushions and pavement legends Tuesday through Friday. There will be traffic shifts and flagging.  Expect delays.  Pedestrian access will have minor detours.  Watch for signs and cones and reduce speed.

Royal Avenue (at Throne Dr.):  Crews will be installing pavement striping Wednesday and Thursday.  There will be traffic shifts but one lane of travel each direction will be maintained.  Pedestrian access may have minor detours.  Watch for signs and cones and reduce speed.

Van Buren Street (W. 1st Ave. to Blair Blvd.):  Crack seal work is expected Tuesday through Friday.  Dusty conditions will be present.  Consider alternate routes as traffic delays are expected.  Watch for signs and crews in the work zone.

Washington Street (W. 6th Ave. to W. 1st Ave.):  Crack seal work is expected Tuesday through Friday.  Dusty conditions will be present.  Consider alternate routes as traffic delays are expected.  Watch for signs and crews in the work zone.

Willamette Street (near 35th Ave.):  Crews will continue excavating and installing new pedestrian signal foundations, electrical equipment and sign installation Tuesday through Friday.  There will be traffic shifts but one lane of travel each direction will be maintained.  Pedestrian access will have minor detours.  Watch for signs and cones and reduce speed.

Wilshire Lane (Timberline Dr. to Wilshire Dr.):  Crews will be mobilizing in and begin saw cutting Thursday and Friday.  There will be traffic shifts but one lane of travel each direction will be maintained.  Pedestrian access may have minor detours.  Watch for signs and cones and reduce speed.

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:  LTD is training instructors and drivers along the route so use caution when driving in West Eugene, particularly along Garfield and West 11th Avenue.  Additionally, be aware of the new traffic pattern changes, such as “Bus Only” lanes and Business Access Turn (BAT) lanes, which only allow cars to use the lane while turning into a business from the street.
 
West Eugene EmX traffic impacts are available weekly. You also can sign up to receive the weekly traffic update via e-mail.

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.