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 May 17, 2019


WORK IN PROGRESS, FOR WEEK OF 5/19/2019:
 
               
Local traffic advisories effective the week of May 19  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:    

East 29th Avenue (Amazon Parkway to Oak St.):  Center lane will be closed to east bound traffic Monday through Friday for concrete panel repair in west bound lane.  Traffic will be diverted around work zone.  Work is weather dependent.

West 5th Avenue (Grant St. to Chambers St.):  Crews will be reconstructing the street, including asphalt paving.  Expect road closures, parking restrictions and local road closures.  Use alternate routes.

West 19th Avenue (Tyler St. to Jefferson St.):  ADA ramp replacement and utility work will cause partial street and lane closures, Monday through Friday 7:00am to 7:00pm.  Use alternate routes if possible.

Ayers Road (at Delta Hwy. intersection):  Contractor has begun work developing Ayers Road to the west of Delta Highway.  For the coming weeks pipe work, concrete work and paving will take place.  While this western portion of Ayers Road will be closed, local access will be available at all times through a detour.  Follow the signs. The intersection at Delta Highway and Ayers Road will remain open but expect delays and construction equipment coming and going frequently.

Bethel Drive (Morse St. to Pershing St.):  Installation of liners into wastewater mains and service laterals will be underway Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  Heavy equipment, trucks and workers will be in the roadway.  Drivers should use caution and slow down through the work zones.  Residents affected by the work will be notified by “door hangers” before work begins.

Edison Street (west of Bethel Dr.):  Installation of liners into wastewater mains and service laterals will be underway Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  Heavy equipment, trucks and workers will be in the roadway.  Drivers should use caution and slow down through the work zones.  Residents affected by the work will be notified by “door hangers” before work begins.

Foch Street (Wood Ave. to Pershing St.):  Installation of liners into wastewater mains and service laterals will be underway Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  Heavy equipment, trucks and workers will be in the roadway.  Drivers should use caution and slow down through the work zones.  Residents affected by the work will be notified by “door hangers” before work begins.

Goodyear Street (south of Haig St.):  Installation of liners into wastewater mains and service laterals will be underway Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  Heavy equipment, trucks and workers will be in the roadway.  Drivers should use caution and slow down through the work zones.  Residents affected by the work will be notified by “door hangers” before work begins.

Grant Street (W. 5th Ave. to W. 6th Ave.):  Crews will be reconstructing the street, including asphalt paving.  Expect road closures, parking restrictions and local road closures.  Use alternate routes.

Haig Street (Bethel Dr. to Wilkie St.):  Construction of cleanouts on existing wastewater service laterals and installation of liners into service laterals and sewer mains continues Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  Heavy equipment, trucks and workers will be in the roadway.  Drivers should use caution and slow down through the work zones.  Residents affected by the work will be notified by “door hangers” before work begins.

Jerry Street (Royal Ave. to Richard Ave.):  Crews will be reconstructing the street, including asphalt paving.  Expect road closures, parking restrictions and local road closures.  Use alternate routes.

Lassen Street (Pershing St. to Haig St.):  Construction of cleanouts on existing wastewater service laterals and installation of liners into service laterals and sewer mains continues Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  Heavy equipment, trucks and workers will be in the roadway.  Drivers should use caution and slow down through the work zones.  Residents affected by the work will be notified by “door hangers” before work begins.

Lawrence Street (Clark St. to W. 5th Ave.):  Crews will be removing the existing concrete street and replacing with new concrete paving, through the end of the month.  Expect lane closures, parking restrictions and local road closures.  Use alternate routes.

Louis Street (Bell Ave. to Royal Ave.):  Crews will be performing storm water pipe repairs.  Expect local road closures and parking restrictions.  Use alternate routes.

Louis Street (Hawthorne Ave. to Royal Ave.):  Crews will be performing storm water pipe repairs.  Expect local road closures and parking restrictions.  Use alternate routes.

Pershing Street (Bethel Dr. to Lassen St.):  Construction of cleanouts on existing wastewater service laterals and installation of liners into service laterals and sewer mains continues Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  Heavy equipment, trucks and workers will be in the roadway.  Drivers should use caution and slow down through the work zones.  Residents affected by the work will be notified by “door hangers” before work begins.

Richard Avenue (Fairfield Ave. to Highway 99):  Crews will be performing storm water pipe repairs.  Expect local road closures and parking restrictions.  Use alternate routes.

Royal Avenue (Berntzen St. to Hwy. 99):  Expect construction traffic associated with street repairs on Louis Street and Jerry Street.

Wilke Street (Haig St. to Payne Dr.):  Construction of cleanouts on existing wastewater service laterals and installation of liners into service laterals and sewer mains continues Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  Heavy equipment, trucks and workers will be in the roadway.  Drivers should use caution and slow down through the work zones.  Residents affected by the work will be notified by “door hangers” before work begins.

Wood Avenue (Bethel Dr. to Goodyear St.):  Construction of cleanouts on existing wastewater service laterals and installation of liners into service laterals and sewer mains continues Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  Heavy equipment, trucks and workers will be in the roadway.  Drivers should use caution and slow down through the work zones.  Residents affected by the work will be notified by “door hangers” before work begins.

EUGENE WATER & ELECTRIC BOARD

South Willamette Street (23rd Ave. to 28th Ave.): Crews are installing a new water main and service connections.  Expect lane closures and minor delays from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm.  Bikes may need to share travel lanes with motorists in the construction zone.

OREGON DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION:

Interstate 105 (Delta Hwy. 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.

Phase 2 begins Monday, May 20 with on-ramp closures.  The Sixth Avenue on-ramp onto eastbound I-105 will last about four weeks.  The closure of the Seventh Avenue/Washington Street on-ramp onto eastbound I-105 will last about 10 days. 
Drivers should expect closures and traffic pattern shifts and attempt to plan ahead for alternate routes to avoid the area if possible.

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