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 August 17, 2018


WORK IN PROGRESS, FOR WEEK OF 8/19/2018:
 
               
Local traffic advisories effective the week of August 19 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. 24thth Avenue (HIlyard St. to Agate St.):   Crack sealing work may occur Thursday and Friday, if work on W. 18th Avenue is completed.   Look for signs, flaggers, workers and vehicles in the right of way.  There will be minor slowdowns through the work zone but no major impact to normal traffic flows, as traffic will be diverted from the working lane.  On street parking will be closed at times, as indicated by “no parking” barricades.  Work is weather dependent and will be postponed if rainy conditions occur.

W 7th Avenue/ W. 7th Place (Bailey Hill Rd. to Hwy.  99/W. 7th Ave.):  Several westbound segments will be closed for road reconstruction.  One way eastbound traffic will remain open.  Westbound traffic should use W. 5th Avenue or W. 11th Avenue as an alternative.  Conger Street, Wilson Street and McKinley Street will be closed to through traffic at W. 7th Avenue.  Expect significant delays throughout the area.

W. 11st Avenue (at Oak St.):  EWEB crews will be completing the installation of microduct through existing vaults/conduits for the EUGNet fiber optic project.  Expect possible delays and/or detours.  Project will resume at a later date.

W. 18th Avenue (Bertelsen Rd. to Bailey Hill Rd.):   Crack sealing work will occur Monday through Friday, if necessary.   Look for signs, flaggers, workers and vehicles in the right of way.  There will be minor slowdowns through the work zone but no major impact to normal traffic flows, as traffic will be diverted by flaggers.  On street parking will be closed at times and will be indicated by “no parking” barricades.  Work is weather dependent and will be postponed if rainy conditions occur.

W. 22nd Avenue (west of City View St.):  Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway. 

W. 23rd Avenue (west of City View St.):  Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway. 

W. Amazon Drive (Hilyard St. to Fox Hollow Rd.):  Contractor will be reconstructing sidewalk access ramps and various sections of concrete curb and gutter, and repairing storm water and sanitary sewer pipe at multiple locations.  Some of the side streets will be temporarily closed at W. Amazon Drive while the contractor reconstructs the sidewalk access ramps.  Drivers should expect to see workers and equipment in the roadway and prepare for traffic shifts.

Brittany Street (south of W. 18th Ave.):  Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway. 

Buck Street (south of W. 18th Ave.):  Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway. 

Buff Way (Woodside Dr. to Forrester Way):   The contractor will continue reconstructing neighborhood streets this week.  Those roadways will be closed to through traffic and drivers should use Buff Way, Forrester Way, and Woodside Drive as alternate routes.

Cheshire Avenue (N. Washington to High St.):  Contractor will be performing foundation excavation and directional boring of electrical conduit for new light poles.   Park construction project will continue through October 26.  Expect potential temporary traffic delays 7am to 7pm, Monday through Thursday, and watch for construction equipment on the roadway.

Chambers Street (W. 17th Ave. to W. 15th Ave.):  Contractor will be reconstructing storm water sewer on the east side of Chambers Street.  Chambers Street northbound will be closed from W. 15th Avenue to W. 17th Avenue while the contractor does this work.  Drivers should use Arthur Street or Polk Street for north bound travel.

Corydon Street (Forrester Way to Tandy Turn):  The contractor will continue reconstructing neighborhood streets this week.  These roadways will be closed to through traffic and drivers should use Buff Way, Corydon Street, and Woodside Drive as alternate routes.

Forrester Way (Coburg Rd. to west end):  The contractor will continue reconstructing Sharon Way this week and begin work on Forrester Way.  These roadways will be closed to through traffic and drivers should use Buff Way, Corydon Street, and Woodside Drive as alternate routes.

Garfield Street (W. 6th Ave. to Roosevelt Blvd.):  Paving and utility adjustments are complete.  Pavement markings will occur at the end of the month.  Union Pacific has not provided a schedule to complete the repair of the final set of railroad tracks.

Gilham Road to the west, Lakeview Drive to the south, County Farm Road to the east, and Wester Street to the north:  Slurry seal applications in the area will be Tuesday through Thursday, depending on weather.  Notifications will be handed out to residents of when their streets will be closed.  Parking will not be allowed.

Greiner Street (south of W. 18th Ave.):  Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway. 

Highland Oaks Drive (north of Bowmont Dr.): Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway.

Jessen Drive, Terry Street, Primrose Street, and Golden Gardens Street (North of Barger Dr.):  As the work on the Jessen Path continues, expect increased construction traffic on adjacent neighborhood roadways. 

Lambert Street (south of W. 18th Ave.):  Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway. 
Sharon Way (Coburg Rd. to west end):   Sharon Way will be closed to through traffic as the contractor continues reconstructing the roadway. While work is underway, there will be limited access to driveways.  The roadway will be opened to local traffic only after work hours. 

Todd Street (south of W. 18th Ave.):  Wastewater repairs and rehabilitation of service laterals continue in the area.  Be prepared for lane shifts, flaggers, workers and construction equipment in the roadway. 

Woodside Drive (Cal Young Rd. to Sharon Way):   Asphalt paving is scheduled to take place this week.  The roadway will be closed to through traffic periodically and drivers are encouraged to use alternate routes. The roadway will be opened to local traffic only after work hours.