Road Work Advisories
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This page provides information on road work in the Eugene area.
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Current City of Eugene Roadwork Advisories
|Updated May 29, 2020|
WORK IN PROGRESS, FOR WEEK OF 05/31/2020:
Major road construction is scheduled for the week of May 31, weather permitting. Use caution in work zones and obey traffic control signage and flaggers. Links to additional project information can be found at www.eugene-or.gov/roadwork. For real-time traffic impacts, go to TripCheck.com or twitter.com/EugenePW.
CITY OF EUGENE:
East 6th Avenue (E. Broadway to Mill St.): East 6th Avenue between East Broadway and Mill Street will have one of the two west-bound one-way lanes closed intermittently on weekdays between 7 AM and 4 PM for roadwork. Lanes will be open nights and weekends. Watch for workers and equipment in roadway. Drivers are advised to find alternate routes to avoid delays.
13th Avenue (Lincoln St. to Alder St.): In the beginning of the week the contractor is working on ADA ramps, storm sewer, and traffic signals on the south side of 13th Avenue from Lincoln Street to Hilyard Street. South travel lane is closed to vehicles, look for signs and cones. Mid-week the contractor will be switching to the north side of 13th Avenue. The north lanes will be closed and the south lanes open for traffic. Existing traffic signals are removed, use the temporary traffic signals. Cyclists are detoured off 13th Avenue to 12th Avenue. Cyclists heading to and from the University of Oregon should use the temporary two-way cycle track on the west side of Hilyard Street to get from 12th Avenue to 13th Avenue. Cycle track is protected by plastic barriers and cyclists should use temporary traffic signal to cross Hilyard Street.
East 19th Avenue (Hilyard St. to Agate St.): East 19th Avenue between Hilyard Street and Agate Street will have lane closures and road closures weekdays between 7 AM and 7 PM for asphalt paving. There will be no parking on the street. The roadway will be open nights and weekends. Watch for workers and equipment in roadway. Drivers are advised to find alternate routes to avoid delays.
Mill Street (E. 8th Ave. to E. 6th Ave.): Mill Street will be closed between East 8th Avenue and East 6th Avenue with a detour in effect during the weekdays. Street will be open on weekends. Contractor will be installing soil and seeding swale. Watch for construction workers and equipment in the roadway. Drivers are advised to follow detour along East 8th Avenue to Ferry Street to avoid delays.
Roosevelt Boulevard (Hwy 99 to Maple St.): Work will continue on westbound Roosevelt Boulevard west of Highway 99 as the contractor finishes the project. Traffic speeds will be temporarily reduced to 25 MPH during construction. Expect intermittent lane closures and watch for construction crews and equipment entering and leaving the roadway. Expect delays.
EUGENE WATER & ELECTRIC BOARD
Chambers Street (W. 11th Ave. to W. 13th Ave.): Chambers Street southbound lane will be closed between West 11th Avenue and West 13th Avenue during a water main replacement project. The project is being completed ahead of a planned City of Eugene street upgrade. Flaggers will control traffic. Drivers and cyclists on southbound Chambers Street in this area are advised to find alternate routes to avoid delays. Work will take place 7 AM to 5 PM Monday through Thursday.
OREGON DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION:Interstate 105 (Delta Highway interchange to downtown Eugene at Washington-Jefferson bridge):
The southbound Delta Highway and Valley River Center on-ramp to westbound I-105 is completely closed for eight weeks of construction. The ramp is scheduled to reopen at the end of April.
Detour: The detour from southbound Delta Highway will go to the Valley River Center off-ramp. Turn left over Delta Highway, then turn right and take Country Club Road back to westbound I-105.
The westbound lanes of I-105 will remain closed for construction until mid-June. Both directions of traffic are down to single lanes in the eastbound travel lanes.
All lanes will be open from mid-June until late July for local events, then the eastbound lanes will close through the fall and both directions of traffic will be in single lanes in the westbound travel lanes.
The multi-use paths underneath the Willamette River Bridge remain open on both sides of the river during construction. Protection measures will be in place to ensure the safety of people on the path from work being done on the bridge above.
City of Eugene’s cameras on Sixth and Seventh avenues now are available on tripcheck.com so motorists can check traffic conditions in real time. For more detailed project information, visit: ODOT I-105 Project
Click here see all current ODOT Projects happening in Eugene.