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Posted on: May 5, 2017

[ARCHIVED] May - DUII Saturation Patrols/ Marathon Traffic Details

To address the issue of DUII driving and to ensure enough officers are available to identify, stop and process impaired drivers, DUII patrols will be staffed above and beyond the normal strength for this weekend and throughout the month of May. These patrols are staffed primarily with the help of funding from state grants.

Please remember that there is expected to be a significant increase in the amount of people on the roadway and in Eugene this weekend for the Eugene Marathon. When traveling, give yourself a considerable amount of time to get where you need to be and always be considerate of other drivers on the road.

If you plan to celebrate in any events, have a designated driver and never leave home without a plan to get back safely!

The following link is a Public Service Announcement from Eugene Police:

Please click on the following link for more information regarding Impaired Driving Laws:

Chapter 813 – Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants


The following information is from

Delays and Detours

Refer to the course map for exact route information. Streets that intersect with the course will be closed while racers are present. Saturday races are from 8:00am- 9:30am. Sunday races are from 7:00am – 2:00pm.

Saturday around Hayward Field

1. University neighborhood including Agate to Fairmount Blvd between 15th & 19th; 18th by the athletic fields
2. Alder between 18th & 13th
3. Agate will be closed from 13th to 19th – 7:30am to 9:30am

Sunday in Eugene/Springfield

1. University area, Agate to Hilyard between 24th and Franklin – All Day
2. East & West Amazon – 7:00am to 9:00am
3. Franklin Blvd from Agate to Walnut – 6:30am to 2:00pm
4. Springfield areas: D Street, Pioneer Pkwy and Centennial Blvd (east-bound) – 8:00am to Noon
5. Copping Street – 8:45am to12:45am

Volunteer course marshals are available at intersections in the Amazon and Springfield neighborhoods to help pedestrians and motor traffic cross the course safely when there are gaps between runners. Please remember these are volunteers and their job is to keep all parties safe.


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