Transportation in Eugene includes a variety of travel choices: motor vehicles, bicycles, walking, and transit. All transportation users are responsible for ensuring their safety and the safety of others around them. Obeying posted speed limits, stopping for pedestrians in crosswalks, and obeying all traffic controls, such as stop signs, prevents user conflicts and keeps the system working smoothly. To ensure the safety of all users, the City of Eugene relies on a variety of traffic safety devices and educational programs. This page links to resources and tools that all transportation system users should know and understand to help everyone get around safely.
What is it?
A sharrow (shared lane marking) identifies where bicyclists should position themselves within the travel lane. Where sharrows are present, bicycles and cars share the lane. Click here to learn more.