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 September 13, 2019


WORK IN PROGRESS, FOR WEEK OF 9/15/2019:
 
                

Major road construction is scheduled for the week of September 15 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 5th Avenue (at 475 W 5th Ave.): Crews to begin sidewalk and driveway apron repair. Minimal impact to traffic.

West 5TH Avenue (McKinley St. to Bailey Hill Rd.): Crews to begin crack sealing work. Look for flaggers, workers and vehicles in the right of way.  Minor slowdowns will occur through the work zone.  Flaggers will divert traffic away from work lane.  Street parking will be closed periodically; look for “no parking” barricades.  All work is weather dependent.

West 8th Avenue (at 61 W 8th Ave.): Crews to begin sidewalk repairs pending tree removal. Minimal impact to traffic.

West 11th Avenue (Commerce St. to Arthur St.): Crews will continue night work within the roadway.  Expect traffic delays, lane closures and traffic congestion. Watch for construction workers and equipment in the roadway.

East 19th Avenue (Hilyard St. to Agate St.): Contractor will continue daytime work on the East 19th Avenue Paving Project. Crews will be reconstructing the roadway and performing storm pipe repairs and installing new storm structures. The contractor will also be excavating and constructing new sidewalk access ramps.  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 remain closed to everyone except local traffic as street lights and vegetative planters are constructed. Expect construction crews and equipment in the road.

East 43rd Avenue (at 655 E 43rd Ave.): Crews to begin sidewalk repairs pending tree removal. Minimal impact to traffic.

Almaden Street (at 2623 Almaden St.): Sidewalk repair will cause minimal traffic impact due to crews working off the parking strip.

Amazon Corridor (Hilyard St. & E. Amazon Dr.): Bridges remain closed for continuing work on bridge access and adjacent crossings on East and West Amazon. Crews will also be in and around the East Amazon Drive/East 33rd Avenue/Hilyard Street intersection continuing improvements to the new concrete path connection. Also, crews will continue to finish up work on reconstructing the running trail on East and West Amazon connecting to the bridge approaches.  Expect lane shifts, merging bicycles, and watch for road signs and barricades.

Ayers Road (at N. Delta Hwy. intersection):  The reconstruct of Ayers Road is almost completed as crews continue to work on the street lights and new swales. While the road is open, expect construction activity and equipment throughout and use caution.

Barger Drive (Primrose St. to Altimont St.): Excavation crews continue work along Barger Drive this week in multiple locations. Night time paving will begin the week of September 22nd. Pedestrians will encounter sidewalk closures and temporary detours. A temporary pedestrian crossing is installed east of Altimont Street. Expect lane closures, heavy traffic and delays.  Look for alternate routes during morning and afternoon peak hours.  Watch for construction traffic entering and leaving the roadway.

Bogart Lane (at Barrington Ave.): Crews will be performing asphalt grinding & paving. Minimal impact to traffic at this location, transition of traffic will be controlled by flaggers on sight, with proper traffic signs on sight to help control flow in this area at time of work.

Brookside Drive (off Braeburn Dr.): Crews will be pouring concrete curbs and sidewalk ramps. Expect lane closures and delays.

Cannon Court (at 1065 Cannon Ct.): Crews to begin sidewalk repair pending tree removal. Minimal impact to traffic.

City View Street (500 ft south of West 11th Ave. to West 29th Ave.): Crews to begin cracksealing work. Look for flaggers, workers and vehicles in the right of way.  Minor slowdowns will occur through the work zone.  Flaggers will divert traffic away from work lane.  Street parking will be closed periodically; look for “no parking” barricades.  All work is weather dependent.

Donald Street (E. 32nd Ave. to E. 53rd Ave.): Crews to begin cracksealing work. Look for flaggers, workers and vehicles in the right of way.  Minor slowdowns will occur through the work zone.  Flaggers will divert traffic away from work lane.  Street parking will be closed periodically; look for “no parking” barricades. All work is weather dependent.

Edison Street (Bethel Dr. to Side St.):  Wastewater manhole rehabilitation continues.  Expect lane shifts, construction equipment and workers in the roadway.

Foch Street (Wood Ave. to Roosevelt Blvd.):  Wastewater manhole rehabilitation continues.  Expect lane shifts, construction equipment and workers in the roadway.

Fern Ridge Trail Bike Path (W. 13th Ave. southeast to Garfield St.): Crack sealing work will require the bike path to be closed in this section starting Wednesday, July 31.  Look for signs to indicate when the path is closed.

Fern Ridge Trail Bike Path (W. 15th Ave. to Hayes St.): Crack sealing work will require the bike path to be closed in this section starting Wednesday, July 31.  Look for signs to indicate when the path is closed.

Franklin Boulevard (east of Alder St.):  Contractors continue work for the new signalized pedestrian crossing on Franklin Boulevard for the new student housing building. Signs, striping and the new concrete walks are completed, but the crossing remains closed until the signal is operational. Expect delays and watch for construction traffic entering and leaving Franklin Boulevard.

South Garden Way (Commons Dr. to Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.): Crews to begin cracksealing work. Look for flaggers, workers and vehicles in the right of way.  Minor slowdowns will occur through the work zone.  Flaggers will divert traffic away from work lane.  Street parking will be closed periodically; look for “no parking” barricades.  All work is weather dependent.

Greenview Street: Crews will be working on excavation and pipe work. Expect lane closures and reduced on street parking. Expect delays.

Goodyear Street (Wood Ave. to Haig):  Wastewater manhole rehabilitation continues.  Expect lane shifts, construction equipment and workers in the roadway.

Haig Street (Bethel Dr. to Wilkie St.): Wastewater lateral rehabilitation continues. Expect lane closures, lane shifts, limited on-street parking, construction equipment and workers in the roadway.

Harlow Road (at 3020 Harlow Rd.): Crews will be performing asphalt grinding & paving. Minimal impact to traffic at this location, transition of traffic will be controlled by flaggers on sight, with proper traffic signs on sight to help control flow in this area at time of work.

Hawkins Lane (at 2516 Hawkins Ln.): Crews will begin asphalt dig out & paving. Minimal impact to traffic. Watch for signs, equipment, and crews in street.

Ironwood Street (at 2244 Ironwood St.): Crews will begin asphalt dig out & paving. Minimal impact to traffic. Watch for signs, equipment, and crews in street.

Lariat Drive: Crews will be working on excavation and pipe work. Expect lane closures and reduced on street parking. Expect delays.

Lariat Meadows Drive: Crews will be working on excavation and pipe work. Expect lane closures and reduced on street parking. Expect delays.

Minnesota Street: Crews will be working on excavation and pipe work. Expect limited on street parking and driveway access during construction hours.

Oakway Road Intersection (at Fair Oaks Dr., Lariat Dr., and Bedford Wy.): ADA ramp replacement work continues. Expect lane closures and reduced on street parking. Bike lanes will be merged with vehicle traffic on Oakway Road during ADA ramp work. 

Panorama Drive (at 2477 Panorama Dr.): Crews will begin asphalt dig out & paving. Minimal impact to traffic. Watch for signs, equipment, and crews in street.

Park View Drive (110 ft east of Park Grove Ln. to Matt Dr.): Crews continue cracksealing work. Look for flaggers, workers and vehicles in the right of way.  Minor slowdowns will occur through the work zone.  Flaggers will divert traffic away from work lane.  Street parking will be closed periodically; look for “no parking” barricades.  All work is weather dependent.

Pearl Street (at 2871 Pearl St.): Crews to begin asphalt dig out & paving work. Minimal impact to traffic. Watch for signs, and workers in the road.

Roosevelt Bike Path (Mira Court to Waite St.):  This section of Roosevelt Bike Path running east-west along Roosevelt Boulevard will be closed August 5 through August 6.  Watch for detour signs directing users north to Elmira Street, east to Waite Street, and south back to the bike path.

Sabrena Avenue (at 4119 Sabrena Ave.): Crews to finish sidewalk repair by the end of the week. Minimal impact to traffic.

Shadowview (south of Crescent Ave. to north of Chad Dr.): Crews continue cracksealing work. Look for flaggers, workers and vehicles in the right of way.  Minor slowdowns will occur through the work zone.  Flaggers will divert traffic away from work lane. Street parking will be closed periodically; look for “no parking” barricades.  All work is weather dependent.

Sundance Street (Cul-de-sac off Sundial Rd.):  Crews will be pouring concrete curbs and sidewalk ramps. Expect lane closures and delays.

Terrace View Drive (at 2405 Terrace View Dr.): Crews will begin asphalt dig out & paving. Minimal impact to traffic. Watch for signs, equipment, and crews in street.

Timberline Drive (Wintercreek Dr. to Warren St.): Crews to continue cracksealing work. Look for flaggers, workers and vehicles in the right of way.  Minor slowdowns will occur through the work zone.  Flaggers will divert traffic away from work lane.  Street parking will be closed periodically; look for “no parking” barricades.  All work is weather dependent.

Trainsong Gp. (sub-division west of Bethel Dr., to railroad tracks, and north of Roosevelt St. to Allane Ave.): Spot repair paving project begins August 6.  Signs and flaggers will control traffic.  Streets being repaired are:

Allane Avenue; West Side Bethel Drive to West of Madera Street

Bell Avenue; West Side Bethel Drive to West Side Drwy.2705

Edison Street; South Side Wood – North Side Roosevelt

Goodyear Street; South Side Wood – North Side Haig

Haig Street: West Side Bethel Drive – East Side Wilkie Street, West Side Foch Street-  Lassen Street, East Side Lassen Street – Wilkie Street Mailboxes

Morse Street; West Side Bethel Drive-137’ W of Bethel Drive/West Side of 2712

Pershing Street; West Side Bethel Drive- East Side Foch Street

Wilkie Street; North Side Drwy 494 – South Side Haig Street

Wood Avenue; West Side Bethel Drive – West Side  Goodyear Street

Side Street.; East Side Payne Drive – South Side Edison Street

Warren Street (Bailey Hill Rd. to 400 ft north of Wilshire Ln.): Crews to continue cracksealing work. Look for flaggers, workers and vehicles in the right of way.  Minor slowdowns will occur through the work zone.  Flaggers will divert traffic away from work lane.  Street parking will be closed periodically; look for “no parking” barricades.  All work is weather dependent.

Westmoreland City Park: Crews will demo end excavate a section of sidewalk on the Polk Street side of the park. The sidewalk will be closed for over a week. Minimal impact to traffic.

Wilkie Street (Haig St. to Edison St.): Wastewater lateral rehabilitation continues. Expect lane shifts, construction equipment and workers in the roadway.

Willakenzie Road (west of Coburg Rd. to the north side of Cal Young Rd.): Crews continue cracksealing work. Look for flaggers, workers and vehicles in the right of way.  Minor slowdowns will occur through the work zone.  Flaggers will divert traffic away from work lane.  Street parking will be closed periodically; look for “no parking” barricades.  All work is weather dependent.

Willamette Street (at 1689 Willamette St.): Construction is complete. Barricades will be left in front of the driveway apron to allow for curing.

Willamette Street (13th Ave. to 23rd Ave.): Crews to begin cracksealing work. Look for flaggers, workers and vehicles in the right of way.  Minor slowdowns will occur through the work zone.  Flaggers will divert traffic away from work lane.  Street parking will be closed periodically; look for “no parking” barricades.  All work is weather dependent.

Wintercreek Drive (Timberline Dr. to Hawkins Ln.): Crews to begin cracksealing work. Look for flaggers, workers and vehicles in the right of way.  Minor slowdowns will occur through the work zone.  Flaggers will divert traffic away from work lane.  Street parking will be closed periodically; look for “no parking” barricades.  All work is weather dependent.

KNIGHT CAMPUS PROJECT:

Franklin Boulevard (Onyx St. to Agate St.):  Work continues on 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

No current construction updates.




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

  • 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