The City of Eugene is launching a new study to look at how to better move people through central Eugene. The study’s called Central Eugene in Motion. The study kicks off with an open house on Wednesday, July 10. People are encouraged to join others in the first phase of the project and engage in a community conversation.
- Central Eugene in Motion Open House
- Wednesday, July 10, 2019
- UO Baker Center, 975 High St.
- 6 – 8 p.m.
At the open house, people will be able to inform/listen to existing transportation issues and explore ideas on how to meet the study’s goals.
As our greater downtown develops, Eugene’s transportation networks must provide safe and comfortable connections regardless if by car, on foot, bike, bus, or personal mobility device. Our street system can support the success of our downtown and midtown communities, ensure the movement and delivery of goods, and get us comfortably to where we are going. The Central Eugene in Motion process will explore planned and potential changes with a focus on three key areas.
- 8th Avenue
- Mill Street to Lincoln Street
- Amazon to Riverfront
- Pearl/High streets
- From 19th Ave to 5th Ave
- Midtown Willamette Street
- Willamette Street: 18th Ave to 20th Ave
- 19th Avenue: Willamette St to High St
- 20th Avenue: Willamette St to Oak St
- Oak Street: 20th Ave to 18th Ave
To learn more about the Central Eugene in Motion study, sign up for e-updates, and know of future discussion opportunities, please visit eugene-or.gov/4147.