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 19, 2019


WORK IN PROGRESS, FOR WEEK OF 7/21/2019:
 
               
Local traffic advisories effective the week of July 21 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:

West 8th Avenue (at 61 W. 8th Ave.): Crews to begin sidewalk repairs. There will be minimal impact to traffic due to crews working off the parking strip.

West 11th Avenue (Commerce St. to Arthur St.):
Crews will begin to mobilize equipment and traffic control Monday and Tuesday. Some electrical work and sidewalk access ramp work is scheduled to begin Wednesday July 17. Expect traffic delays, lane closures and traffic congestion. Watch for construction workers and equipment in the roadway. 

East 20th Avenue (Oak St. to Amazon Pkwy.):
Crews will continue work developing the roadway to connect Oak Street to Amazon Parkway through East 20th Avenue. This section of East 20th Avenue will be closed for the coming weeks. Expect construction crews and equipment in the road.

East 29th Avenue (Mill St. to Ferry St.):
Crews will begin excavation of concrete street panels with replacement concrete poured same day on Monday from 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Eastbound traffic will be diverted to center lane. Watch for flaggers, signs, and cones.  All work is weather dependent.

Amazon Corridor (Hilyard St. & E. Amazon Dr.):
Crews continue work on the three bridges which cross the Amazon Channel at East 37th Avenue, East 39th Avenue and Dillard Road. Crews will be at all three locations through the week. Expect lane shifts, merging bicycles, and watch for road signs and barricades. Additionally, crews are working on reconstructing the running trail on East and West Amazon north of Fox Hollow.  

Arrowhead Street (Irvington Dr. to 72 feet north of Piper Sonoma St.):
Crack sealing work Monday-Friday. Watch for signs, flaggers, barricades, workers, and vehicles in the right of way.  Traffic will be diverted around the work, creating minor impact to normal traffic flow.  All work is weather dependent.

Ashbury Drive (Gilham Rd to Walton Ln.):
Crews will be performing crack sealing. Watch for signs, flaggers, and crews in street with equipment. “No Parking” barricades will be placed on streets as needed. Minor impact to traffic. All work is weather dependent.

Avengale Drive (79 ft. east of Celeste Way to 40 ft. east of Marcella Dr.):
Crews will be performing crack sealing. Watch for signs, flaggers, and crews in street with equipment. “No Parking” barricades will be placed on streets as needed. Minor impact to traffic. All work is weather dependent.

Ayres Road (Gilham Rd. to North Delta Hwy.):
Crews will be performing crack sealing. Watch for signs, flaggers, and crews in street with equipment. “No Parking” barricades will be placed on streets as needed. Minor impact to traffic. All work is weather dependent.

Ayers Road (at N. Delta Hwy. intersection):
Contractor continues developing Ayers Road to the west of North Delta Highway. For the coming weeks excavation, 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 will remain open but expect delays and construction equipment coming and going frequently. 

Bailey Lane (Coburg Rd. to the east side of Luella St.):
Crews will be performing crack sealing. Watch for signs, flaggers, and crews in street with equipment. “No Parking” barricades will be placed on streets as needed. Minor impact to traffic. All work is weather dependent.

Balfour Street (Terresa Ave. to end of Cul-de-Sac):
Crews continue reconstructing the road between 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM, Monday – Friday. The street will be closed to thru traffic all week, there will be no on street parking, and local resident access to roads and driveways will be extremely limited during work hours. While crews will accommodate resident access as much as possible, residents are encouraged to park outside the work area and either plan to leave early or allow plenty of extra time to account for any delays in access to their driveways and homes.

Barger Drive (near the Primrose St. Bus Stop):
Concrete street panel excavated on Monday and replacement concrete poured on Tuesday. The street will remain closed until July 15 to cure.  Work will impact east bound traffic, which will be diverted to the center lane around work zone.  Watch for signs, cones, and workers.

Barger Drive (Primrose St. to Altimont St.):
Excavation will begin along Barger Drive this week.  Crews will begin sidewalk ramp replacements at multiple locations and begin work on the existing median islands. A temporary pedestrian crossing will be installed east of Altimont Street that will remain in place for the duration of the project.  Pedestrians will encounter sidewalk closures and temporary detours.  Expect lane closures and minor delays.  Watch for construction traffic entering and leaving the roadway.

Calgary St (Elanco Ave. to Holly Ave.):
Crews continue reconstructing the road between 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM, Monday – Friday. The street will be closed to thru traffic all week, there will be no on street parking, and local resident access to roads and driveways will be extremely limited during work hours. While crews will accommodate resident access as much as possible, residents are encouraged to park outside the work area and either plan to leave early or allow plenty of extra time to account for any delays in access to their driveways and homes.  

Charnelton Street (W. 13th Ave. to W. 14th Ave.):
Crews continue excavation and replacement of concrete street panels of southbound lane. Excavation begins Monday and replacement concrete to be poured on Wednesday.  That section of street will remain closed until July 8 to allow concrete to cure.  Traffic will be shifted to the northbound lane. Watch for flaggers during excavating and pouring, with cones and signs during work and during concrete curing period.  Minimal impact to traffic.

Cornell Way (at 3970 Cornell Way):
Crews will begin sidewalk repairs, with minimal impact to traffic.

Delta Ponds Pedestrian Bridge:
Crews will be performing maintenance work on the bridge. Expect minor delays.  

Elanco Ave (Norkenzie Rd. to end of Cul-de-Sac): 
Crews continue reconstructing the road between 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM, Monday – Friday. The street will be closed to thru traffic all week, there will be no on street parking, and local resident access to roads and driveways will be extremely limited during work hours. While crews will accommodate resident access as much as possible, residents are encouraged to park outside the work area and either plan to leave early or allow plenty of extra time to account for any delays in access to their driveways and homes.  

Foch Street (Wood Ave. to Roosevelt Blvd.):
Work on wastewater service laterals continues. Expect construction equipment, workers in the roadway, limited on-street parking and lane closures.

Franklin Boulevard (east of Alder St.):
  Contractors continue work for the new signalized pedestrian crossing on Franklin Boulevard for the new student housing building.  Night work will periodically be occurring when lane closures are needed both directions of Franklin Boulevard.  Contractor will also be working within the median. Expect delays and watch for construction traffic entering and leaving Franklin Boulevard.

Goodyear Street (Wood Ave. to south of Haig St.):
Work on wastewater service laterals continues. Expect construction equipment, workers in the roadway, limited on-street parking and lane closures.

Hayes Street (at 2040 Hayes St.):
Crews have excavated 10 feet of sidewalk, work is now waiting for a small tree to be taken down and the stump ground. Repairs will begin next week once stump is removed. Minor impact to traffic.

Landmark Lane (at 5921 Landmark Ln.):
Crews to begin sidewalk repairs. There will be minimal impact to traffic due to crews working off the parking strip.

Montreal Avenue (Calgary St. to Balfour St.):
Crews continue reconstructing the road between 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM, Monday – Friday. The street will be closed to thru traffic all week, there will be no on street parking, and local resident access to roads and driveways will be extremely limited during work hours. While crews will accommodate resident access as much as possible, residents are encouraged to park outside the work area and either plan to leave early or allow plenty of extra time to account for any delays in access to their driveways and homes.  

Palomino Drive (at 307, 325, and 345 Palomino Dr.):
Crews continue sidewalk repairs. Stumps to be removed and ground before work continues. Minimal impact to traffic. 

Park Grove Drive (at 2309 Park Grove Dr.): 
Crews to begin sidewalk repairs. Minor impact on traffic flow.

Quebec Street (Elanco Ave. to Calgary St.):
Crews continue reconstructing the road between 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM, Monday – Friday. The street will be closed to thru traffic all week, there will be no on street parking, and local resident access to roads and driveways will be extremely limited during work hours. While crews will accommodate resident access as much as possible, residents are encouraged to park outside the work area and either plan to leave early or allow plenty of extra time to account for any delays in access to their driveways and homes.  

Terresa Avenue (Montreal Ave. to Gilham Rd.):
Crews continue reconstructing the road between 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM, Monday – Friday. The street will be closed to thru traffic all week, there will be no on street parking, and local resident access to roads and driveways will be extremely limited during work hours. While crews will accommodate resident access as much as possible, residents are encouraged to park outside the work area and either plan to leave early or allow plenty of extra time to account for any delays in access to their driveways and homes.  

Villard Street (Franklin Blvd. to E. 15th Ave.):
Villard Street will be closed to south bound traffic from Franklin Boulevard. Expect intermittent north bound closures and limited on-street parking, construction equipment and workers in the roadway. Use alternate routes.

Wilke Street (Haig St. to Payne Dr.):
Work on wastewater service laterals continues. Expect construction equipment, workers in the roadway, limited on-street parking and lane closures.


KNIGHT CAMPUS PROJECT:


Franklin Boulevard (Onyx St. to Agate St.):
Starting July 8 crews will be working on constructing a Sky Bridge connecting the Knight Campus to the Lewis Integrative Science Building. Expect road closures. Traffic will be reduced to one lane from 9 PM to 10 PM each evening. From 10 PM to 5 AM all lanes will be closed to traffic. Construction is expected to last until early September. Use alternate routes. 


EUGENE WATER & ELECTRIC BOARD

South Willamette Street (23rd Ave. to 28th Ave.):
Crews continue installing a new water main and service connections.  Expect lane closures and minor delays from 7:00 PM to 6:00 AM. EWEB crews will begin making water main tie-ins from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM, with minor delays expected. 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.
 
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
Beginning Monday, June 10:
    • Two of the three westbound lanes close approaching the 6th Avenue off-ramp
    • Off-ramps to 6th Avenue and 7th Avenue/Jefferson Street are open
Beginning Monday, June 24:
    • The westbound 6th Avenue off-ramp closes for about four weeks
    • Lane closures will continue and change
    • The off-ramp to 7th Avenue/Jefferson Street is open, with a lane closed
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 is scheduled to open on Saturday, June 15
    • Lane closures will continue and change

 
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