Current Projects Map
Explore Public Works construction projects with the Current Projects Map. Each project type is coded a different color: Transportation, Stormwater, Wastewater, Parks & Open Space, Airport and Public Buildings.
About Public Works Projects
Public Works projects preserve or enhance existing City infrastructure - streets, pedestrian and bicycle facilities, wastewater sewers, stormwater facilities, and parks - and provide new and expanded facilities to serve community needs and growth. Projects can include land acquisition, construction, and major preservation of public facilities.
Multimodal transportation projects complete our transportation system, ensuring Eugene’s streets and paths are connected and accessible for community members of all ages and abilities. These projects focus on making streets safe and reliable for people walking, biking, rolling, busing, and driving. Pavement preservation projects repave and preserve local streets. Additional projects elements may include upgrading sidewalk access ramps, adding sidewalks or bike lanes, installing stormwater planters, and more. Eugene's pavement preservation program is funded by local gas taxes and the voter approved 2017 Street Bond Measure.
2024 Public Works Projects
- 8th Avenue Streetscape: This project will repave 8th Avenue from Lincoln to Mill Streets, converting the section to a two-way street, constructing protected bike lanes from High to Lincoln Streets, adding 4-way and 2-way stops at key intersections, and widening sidewalks and reconstructing sidewalk access ramps.
- Fern Ridge Path Lighting: This project will install new solar lighting along Fern Ridge Path between Bailey Hill Road and City View Street.
- High Street Two-Way Protected Bikeway: This project will install a two-way protected bikeway on High Street (19th to 6th Avenue). The bikeway will connect the Amazon Path to the Riverbank Path, creating a comfortable and accessible travel option for people of all ages and abilities to access South Eugene, Downtown Eugene, and destinations in between.
- Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd Transit and Safety Project: Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd is a 5-lane high speed minor arterial street with a 40 mph speed limit. This project will improve safety by adding striping and signs for dedicated bus and turn (BAT) lanes, pedestrian crossings and enhancing the existing bikeway crossings at intersections.
- Railroad Quiet Zone: This safety driven project will reconfigure and reconstruct ten railroad crossings throughout the city to reduce the need for train horns, eliminating 70 percent of horn noise. The work includes installing medians, quad gates, and conversions from two-way to one-way. Additionally, work includes reconstructing the existing pavement, installing pedestrian gates, and upgrading sidewalks and sidewalk access ramps.
- River Road & Irving/Hunsaker Intersection Reconstruction: This intersection project will construct a protected intersection at River Road and Irving/Hunsaker, adding dedicated turn lanes and bike lanes on both the Irving and Hunsaker approaches, and updating the existing traffic signal equipment. This federally funded project focuses on intersection flow and safety for people walking, rolling, biking, and driving.
- E 46th Avenue (Donald to Fox Hollow) and Agate Street (Firland to Black Oak) Paving
- W 8th Ave (Garfield Street to Monroe Street) Paving
- Amazon Pkwy (19th - 24th) and Portland St (29th - 31st) Paving
- Bailey Lane, Van Avenue and Luella Street Paving
- Carmel Avenue Area Paving
- Chambers Street (18th Ave to 24th Ave) Paving
- Coburg Road (Oakway Street to Ferry Street Bridge) Paving
- Oak Street (7th to 17th) and Pearl Street (9th to 17th) Repaving
- River Road (Beltline Hwy to Maxwell Rd.) Paving
- Riverfront South Parking Lot Paving
- Amazon Creek at Bailey Hill Road
- Chambers Street Seismic Bridge Retrofit
- Goodpasture Island Road Bridge over Delta Highway Bridge
Stormwater & Natural Area Projects
- Amazon Creek Restoration (24th ‐ 19th Avenue)
- 5th and Seneca Water Quality Improvements
- DEP Holly and Calumet Area Project
- Ayres Pond Culvert Rehabilitation