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 November 25, 2019


WORK IN PROGRESS, FOR WEEK OF 11/24/2019:

Major road construction is scheduled for the week of November 24, 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/roadworkFor real-time traffic impacts, go to TripCheck.com or twitter.com/EugenePW.


CITY OF EUGENE:


West 11th Avenue (Commerce St. to Arthur St.): Construction is mostly complete, and the contractor will be working on cleanup. Watch for construction workers and equipment in the roadway.


East 19th Avenue (Hilyard St. to Agate St.): Weather pending, paving work should be completed on E. 19th Avenue. Contractor will continue daytime work on the East 19th Avenue Paving Project. Parking will be restricted on East 19th Avenue and side streets between East 20th Avenue and East 18th Avenue. Watch for construction workers and equipment in the roadway.


East 20th Avenue (Oak St. to Amazon Parkway): This section of East 20th Avenue will remain closed to everyone except local traffic as crews are using it for access to the new facility. Street lights and vegetative planters are almost completed. Expect construction crews and equipment in the road and entering/exiting onto Amazon Parkway.


Alder Street Intersection (at E. 26th Avenue): E 26th Avenue will be closed to traffic between Alder Street and Kincaid Street during asphalt paving. Expect reduced on street parking and pedestrian detours. Watch for construction traffic entering and leaving the roadway.


Amazon Corridor (Hilyard St. and E. Amazon Dr.): The bridges are complete and open! The safety/hand rail is still being manufactured, so barricades will remain in place for safety. Crews will periodically be in the area performing clean-up work and will be closing the bridges temporarily when the handrails are ready for installation. No work is anticipated this week due to the Holiday.


West Amazon Drive (at E. 38th Avenue): Work continues to include reconstruction of curbs, sidewalk ramps, and stormwater infrastructure. Expect reduced on street parking and pedestrian detours. Watch for construction traffic entering and leaving the roadway.


KNIGHT CAMPUS PROJECT:


Franklin Boulevard (Onyx St. to Agate St.): Bridge is essentially complete and far-right eastbound lane is now open. Far right westbound lane remains closed from Onyx Street to Agate Street.


EUGENE WATER & ELECTRIC BOARD


No current construction updates.


OREGON DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION:Interstate 105 (Delta Highway interchange to downtown Eugene at Washington-Jefferson bridge): Repairs and upgrades to bridges and ramps will involve lane closures and traffic changes. Project is expected to be completed in early 2021.

Work on I-105 in downtown Eugene increases in the westbound lanes in June. Travelers should expect extensive lane and ramp work from June 10 through the end of August. Fewer open lanes and a ramp closure mean more delays on I-105. There’s also the potential for increased traffic, especially during the evening commute hours, on other routes through Eugene such as Country Club Road, Coburg Road, and the Ferry Street Bridge area.


Westbound I-105

  • The 6th Avenue off-ramp from westbound I-105 opened on schedule, Friday, July 19.
  • Work continues in both directions until the end of August.
  • Lane closures continue and change regularly.
  • Crews continue replacing bridge rails on the road shoulders.
  • The bumps from bridge joint replacement will be there until they are paved over.
  • The off-ramp to 7th Avenue/Jefferson Street is open.

All lanes and ramps will be open during the Lane County Fair, July 24 – 28.


Eastbound I-105

  • The 6th Avenue on-ramp to eastbound I-105 opened on Friday, June 14.
  • Lane closures continue and change.

Work on the shoulders of the road will continue.  


City of Eugene’s cameras on Sixth and Seventh avenues now are available on tripcheck.com so motorists can check traffic conditions in real time. For more detailed project information, visit: ODOT I-105 Project


Click here see all current ODOT Projects happening in Eugene.