Work on I-105 in downtown Eugene increases in the westbound lanes in June. Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) is advising travelers that they 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.
Beginning Monday, June 10:
Beginning Monday, June 24:
All lanes and ramps will be open during the Lane County Fair, July 24 – 28.
Travelers should expect lane closures and shifts in traffic patterns in the construction work zone.
ODOT's Interstate 105 (Washington/Jefferson Street Bridge) Bridge Preservation Project is bringing bridges and ramps between Delta Highway and downtown Eugene up to current standards. The bridges were built in the late 1960s and early 1970s and need repair and upgrades. Work includes new bridge rail, deck paving, seismic retrofits, joint replacements, lights and other repairs. The $18 million project is scheduled to be completed in early 2021.
Access for pedestrians, including those with disabilities, will be available and identified through or around the work zones. For updates on traffic, go to TripCheck.com or call 511.