Road Work Advisories

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This page provides information on road work in the Eugene area.
For up-to-the-minute reports, visit Eugene Public Works on Twitter or TripCheck.com
For regional traffic information, go to TripCheck.com.

Current City of Eugene Roadwork Advisories


Updated October 12, 2018


WORK IN PROGRESS, FOR WEEK OF 10/14/2018:
 
               
Local traffic advisories effective the week of October 14  and beyond, 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:  

E. 30th Avenue (Willamette St. to Ferry St.):  Closed to through traffic while construction crews repair the road.  Through traffic should use East 29th Avenue or East 31st Avenue as an alternative.  Willamette Street will be reduced to one lane in each direction at East 30th Avenue while work is being performed in the intersection.  All work is weather dependent.  Check area signs for updates and expect delays all week.

W. 7th Avenue/W. 7th Place (Bailey Hill Rd. to Highway 99):  Construction crews may be on site throughout the week performing final project work.  Watch for construction equipment in the road, flaggers, and temporary lane closures.  All work is weather dependent.  Check area signs for updates and expect potential delays all week.

W. 7th Avenue (Olive St. to High St.):   EWEB crews will be working during the day after hours to install portions of the EUGNet fiber optic network. The work is phased so that the day time work is less disruptive to traffic.  Watch for lane closures, equipment, and crews working in the roadway.

W. 25th Avenue (Monroe St. to Friendly St.):  The contractor will be cleaning up the site for Monroe Alley storm improvements between West 25th Avenue and West 26th Avenue.  Drivers should expect to see construction traffic in the neighborhood and be prepared for traffic shifts, construction equipment and workers in the roadway.

W. Amazon Drive (Hilyard St. to Fox Hollow Rd.):  Street will be closed as paving continues on West Amazon Drive from Hilyard Street to Fox Hollow Road, depending on the gas pipe in Canada getting fixed.  Access will be provided for local residents and businesses only.  Through traffic should use East Amazon Drive.  Drivers should expect to see workers and equipment in the roadway and prepare for traffic shifts.

Amazon Corridor (Martin St. to E. 33rd Ave.):  Construction will occur on the north end of East Amazon Drive.  South bound lanes will shift around the work zone.  Watch for signs and cones.  Contractor will continue to remove striping on East Amazon, West Amazon south of Fox Hollow, and on Hilyard Street south of East 36th Avenue.  Permanent striping in these locations will start later in the week.  Crews will also be working at the intersection of East Amazon Drive and Hilyard Street to prepare electrical work for the new diagonal bicycle crossing.  Drivers should also look for cones and signs in this area.

Cheshire Avenue (N. Washington to High St.):  Contractor will be installing concrete foundations for new street lights.   Park construction project will continue through October 26.  Expect significant delays with either westbound travel lane closure or full street closure, 7am to 7pm, Monday through Thursday.  Through traffic should use 4th Avenue as an alternate.  Be prepared for construction equipment on roadway.  Expect delays of up to 10 minutes.

N. Delta Road/Delta Hwy. (north of Ayers Rd.):  Road is currently under construction.  Between Ayers Road and the golf course, pipe work and utility work continues on both sides of the road.  Expect minor delays, traffic shifts and lots of equipment and workers in the area.

Jessen Drive, Terry Street, Primrose Street, and Golden Gardens Street (North of Barger Dr.):  The work on the Jessen Path is nearing completion.  The new path remains closed to the public as finishing details and cleanup work takes place.  Continue to expect increased construction traffic on adjacent neighborhood roadways. 

Seneca Road (W. 1st Ave. to W. 5th Ave.):  Closed all day Wednesday, both directions, to remove the north railroad spur and repave.