Road Work Advisories
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Online resources for up-to-date information about City of Eugene transportation system road construction. Read below for the weekly roadwork report (available April- November).
- For real-time travel impacts, follow Eugene Public Works on Twitter.
- For regional travel impact information, visit TripCheck.com.
- For information about each project, including scope and timeline, visit www.eugene-or.gov/roadwork.
Current City of Eugene Roadwork Advisories
|Updated October 22, 2021|
Major road construction is scheduled for the week of October 25, 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:
South Willamette (24th – 29th Ave): The traveling public will experience lane shifts in the north and south bound directions as road crews reconstruct the sidewalk, driveways, and roadway. In addition to new concrete, there will be additional lighting for pedestrians and vehicles, and street trees to enhance the entire corridor experience. While traveling through, please watch for cones delineating the temporary travel lane. Driveways are open for public use. Currently there are stop signs controlling the intersection of 27th Ave & Willamette as the traffic signal is being upgraded.
Eugene Signal Enhancements: Throughout the Hwy 99 corridor from the Beltline On/Off ramps to Royal Ave, crews will be upgrading the signals to make them safer for all users. Work includes upgrades to the signals and to the sidewalk access ramps. Crews are currently working at the Beltline On/Off ramps. Look for signs and cones delineating any lane shifts to allow for safe working and safe passage for all users.
Terry St (between Royal Ave and Roosevelt Blvd): Construction completed.
19th and Fairmount Paving: Fairmount Blvd. from 15th to Columbia and 19th Ave. from Agate to Fairmount. Mon.- Fri., 7 am to 7 pm, (into November) Crews are on site replacing sidewalk corners on 19th Ave., and striping sections of Fairmount Blvd. Additionally, crews will be on site excavating and paving 19th Ave. east of Moss St. towards Fairmount Blvd. No on street parking and road closed to through traffic on this section of 19th during paving and excavation, use alternate routes when possible. Expect delays and periods of limited access for local traffic.
Willamette Two-way Conversion Project: Willamette St. from 18th to 20th and Oak from 17th to 20th, Mon-Fri., 7 am to 7 pm. Crews will be on site working on parking lane striping on Willamette south of 18th. Use alternate routes when possible, expect minor delays.
Primrose St., Laurelhurst Dr., Laveta Ln. Paving: Primrose St. from Barger Dr. to Parker Pl, Laurelhurst Dr. from Barger Dr. to Melrose Lp., and Laveta Ln south of Barger Dr. Mon-Fri., 7 am to 7 pm. Crews will be on site along Laurelhurst working on removing and replacing sidewalk corners to meet ADA standards. Crews will also be working on pavement repairs on Laurelhurst Dr. from Primrose St. to Melrose Lp. Limited on street parking during construction. Expect limited access and traffic delays. Use alternate routes when possible.
Lincoln Street (W 13th to W 22nd Ave): Construction of stormwater and wastewater improvements, sidewalk access ramps, and repaving will be occurring between W 13th Ave to W 22nd Ave. Expect temporary pedestrian detours and traffic detours. Watch for construction crews and equipment entering and leaving the roadway. Expect delays.
Alton Baker Park- Pre’s Trail: Construction of lighting improvements along the loop trail will be occurring. The trail will remain open but trail users should use caution around construction.
Harlow Neighborhood (Coburg Road and Harlow Road): Wastewater rehab work will be underway in the area bounded by Cal Young Road and Harlow Road and by Woodside Drive and Arcadia Drive. Work will continue Monday through Friday between the hours of 7 AM and 5 PM. Expect brief delays, lane closures, flaggers, and trucks in the roadway. This work is expected to continue through the end of October.
SPRINGFIELD UTILITY BOARD
S. 70th & Jessica Dr: Crews will be onsite for a water main replacement project for approx. 6 weeks. Work will take place Monday through Friday, 7:00am – 4:00pm. Possible delays along S. 70th & Daisy St at times.
Oaklea Rd (MP 1.52 to MP 1.95)
Road widening on both sides of Oaklea Rd between W. 11th and W. 18th. The west side will include curb, gutter and sidewalks.
Territorial Hwy (MP 34.9 to MP 35.5)
Slide repair and roadway realignment work to occur along Territorial Highway near mile post 35. Traffic to be controlled by flaggers, traffic control devices, pilot cars and temporary signals. Temporary roadway surfacing will be available for travelling through the work zones. Additional trucking and construction traffic will be operating in the area, so drivers should reduce speed and abide by the signage, flaggers and traffic control devices. Expect weekend work until further notice.
Beaver St./Hunsaker Ln.
Traffic signal, roadway, pedestrian and ADA upgrade work to occur from Beaver St. (MP 1.140) to Hunsaker Ln. (MP 0.153). One or more traffic lanes may be closed and traffic will be controlled by flaggers and traffic control device. Please abide by the signage and plan for alternate routes to avoid delays. Additional trucking and construction traffic will be operating in the area. Please use caution and reduce speed through work zones to improve safety and efficiency.
Five Rivers Rd
Roadway and culvert upgrades to occur along Five Rivers Road at M.P. 1.52 (near Tidewater, OR) and at M.P. 4.63 (near Paris, OR). One or more traffic lanes may be closed on Five Rivers Road from approximately 7:00 am to 7:00 pm, Monday through Saturday. Traffic to be controlled by flaggers and traffic control devices and will include use of a bypass bridge. Additional trucking and construction traffic will be operating in the area. Please use caution, slow down and abide by the signage and traffic control devices. Expect delays.