Road Work Advisories
About Our Advisories
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 January 11, 2019
WORK IN PROGRESS, FOR WEEK OF 1/13/2019:
Local traffic advisories effective the week of January 13 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:
Amazon Corridor (Martin St. to E. 33rd Ave.): Construction continues on East Amazon Drive. A small crew will be on East Amazon installing permanent tubular markers on the concrete cycle track buffer. Drivers should look for cones and signs as the crews work their way south on East Amazon.
The diagonal crossing at Hilyard and East Amazon is coming soon! New equipment is on its way and will be used for the new diagonal bicycle crossing from the NW corner to the SE corner at 33rd & Hilyard. Once the signal equipment is installed, striping crews will return to install the diagonal crossing striping. This work will likely occur in late January, weather permitting.
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. A new traffic pattern has begun as the second half of an obsolete bridge is removed. Eastbound traffic is moved to the far right on newly completed roadway. There will now be two westbound lanes, so traffic from Delta Highway will no longer have to merge into one lane. This current configuration is expected to remain for about six weeks. Project is expected to be completed in early 2021. 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