The City of Eugene Transportation Planning team is part of Public Works Engineering. We work with community stakeholders and agency partners to design transportation projects, develop and implement short and long-range plans, and obtain funding to plan and build street improvements that lead to a complete transportation system.
We support Eugene's transportation system and safety by:
You can now bike and drive northbound on Willamette Street between 18th and 20th Avenue! The final element of the project, the traffic lights at the intersection of 18th and Willamette, will be completed when the signals poles are available. Read on...
On August 20, U.S. Representative Peter Defazio, City of Eugene Mayor Lucy Vinis, University of Oregon Professor Marc Schlossberg, and Cascadia Mobility CEO Brodie Hylton spoke about the importance of investing in transportation and infrastructure. Read on...
Eugene’s transportation system provides mobility and access over a broad network. City plans guide transportation planning work, including the Transportation System Plan, which calls for tripling the percentage of trips made by walking, biking and transit by 2035, and the Vision Zero Action Plan, which seeks to eliminate deaths and serious injuries on our streets.
Connecting Eugene: Current Projects
Our team creates designs to complete our transportation system, ensuring Eugene’s streets and paths are accessible for all community members regardless of age or ability. The projects we implement focus on making streets safe and reliable for people walking, biking, rolling, busing and driving. View a full list of current projects.
We offer resources for planning your commute to work, the grocery store, or around town. Whether you want to try walking, biking, bus transit, bike share, car share or carpooling we have you covered with information, maps, resources, and motivational events and programming.