With the vision towards 2021 and the IAAF World Championships Oregon21, the team is excited to work towards the goal of achieving Platinum status and becoming one of the top five Best Bike Cities in America by the time we take the world stage. Read on...
Beginning in October, the City of Eugene will construct a series of walking and biking projects along East Amazon Drive and Hilyard Street in south Eugene. Here are the details of projects that will be constructed this year: Read on...
City of Eugene staff are working with Remix, a platform used to develop transit plans, to pilot a new transportation planning tool. The platform allows users to develop street design scenarios, share them, and edit them in real time. Read on...
During the summer of 2018 City of Eugene staff began outreach on the "Ridgeline to River Bikeway" that will connect the Amazon Path to the Ruth Bascom River Path system. Early plans calls for a two-way protected bike lane on the west side of High Street Read on...
Bicycle and pedestrian improvements on East and West Amazon Drive from Hilyard Street to Snell Street.
Two-way protected bike lanes on 13th Avenue from campus to downtown Eugene.
In February 2018, City staff informed the Eugene City Council that the bike lanes and a three-lane street will be made permanent with a pavement preservation project in 2019. The project will replace sidewalks, driveways, and access ramps; and add pedestrian-scale street lighting and rain gardens on side streets to treat stormwater. Learn more here.
Active Transportation Committee meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month in the Sloat Conference Room at the Eugene Atrium Building (99 W. 10th Ave) from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. All meetings are open to the public.
The Transportation Team offers competitive internships for students. The internships provide opportunities to earn academic credits, gain practical skills in a professional environment, and explore career paths.