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 and follow the link at the bottom of the page or visit TripCheck for regional roadwork information.


Current City of Eugene Roadwork Advisories

Updated October 22, 2020


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:

                                                                               

13th Avenue (Lincoln St. to Alder St.): We are a week into the open two-way cycle track and it’s looking great. City crews will continue to be onsite fine tuning the traffic signals. Construction crews will also be onsite doing miscellaneous clean up. Please watch for construction signs and delineators.

 

West 36th Avenue (Crest Dr. to Monroe St.):  Stormwater improvement work is scheduled to begin Monday October 26th.  The contractor will be mobilizing equipment and materials to the site and begin cutting pavement for pipe trenches. Work hours are Monday-Friday 7 AM to 7 PM. Expect brief delays, lane closures, flaggers, limited parking, short detours for motorists, pedestrians and Bicyclists, and trucks and workers in the roadway.

 

West 38th Avenue (Crest Dr. to Monroe St.): Stormwater improvement work is scheduled to begin Monday October 26th. The contractor will be mobilizing equipment and materials to the site and begin cutting pavement for pipe trenches. Work hours are Monday-Friday 7 AM to 7 PM. Expect brief delays, lane closures, flaggers, limited parking, short detours for motorists, pedestrians and Bicyclists, and trucks and workers in the roadway.

 

East 39th Avenue (High St. to Ferry St.):  Stormwater improvement work is mostly completed. The contractor will be cleaning up the site. Some parking may be affected, and minimal traffic impacts are expected. Watch for workers and equipment in the roadway.

 

Admiral Street (South of River Loop 1): Stormwater improvement work will continue in the area and is expected to be completed by the end of October 2020. Work hours will be Monday through Friday between the hours of 7 AM and 7 PM. Expect brief delays, lane closures, flaggers, limited parking, short detours for motorists, pedestrians and Bicyclists, and trucks and workers in the roadway.

 

Amazon Parkway (E. 24th Pl. to E. 29th Ave.): Contractor is excavating for new trail and installing underground electrical for the new park improvements during the hours of 7 am to 7 pm Monday-Friday.  Watch for trucks entering and leaving the roadway.  Follow construction signage and cones to protect everyone’s safety.   Expect delays of up to 10 minutes. 

 

Chambers Street (W. 11th Ave. to W. 13th Ave.): Crews will be on site working at the intersection of Chambers Street and West 12th Avenue excavating and replacing the sidewalk ramps. Bike lanes periodically closed. Expect minor delays, watch for slower traffic and bikers in travel lanes.

 

Donald Street (E. 38th Ave. to E. 40th Ave.):  Stormwater improvement work is mostly completed. The contractor will be cleaning up the site. Some parking may be affected, and minimal traffic impacts are expected. Watch for workers and equipment in the roadway.

 

Garden Ave., Walnut St., Villard St. & Moss St. Paving: Paving is now complete on Garden Avenue, from Moss Street to Villard Street, and open to traffic. The Garden Avenue and Walnut Street intersection is also now open to traffic. Street grading and paving will occur on Garden Avenue between Villard Street and Walnut Street, including half of the Villard Street intersection. Garden Avenue will be closed to traffic and parking during construction on this block. Drivers will have access via Moss Street, Millrace Drive, Villard Street, and Walnut Street. Wildish will be repairing the LTD concrete bus lane on West 11th Avenue between Hilyard Street and Alder Street, the bus lane and eastbound traffic lane will be closed to traffic for the week. Expect temporary pedestrian detours and traffic detours. Watch for construction crews and equipment entering and leaving the roadway. Expect delays.

 

Kendra Street (Dean Ave. to Wilkes Dr.):  Stormwater improvement work will continue in the area and is expected to be completed by the end of October 2020.  Work hours will be Monday-Friday between the hours of 7 AM and 7 PM. Expect brief delays, lane closures, flaggers, limited parking, short detours for motorists, pedestrians and Bicyclists, and trucks and workers in the roadway.

 

Monroe Street (W. 38th Ave. to Deertrail Rd.): Stormwater improvement work is scheduled to begin Monday October 36th. The contractor will be mobilizing equipment and materials to the site and begin cutting pavement for pipe trenches. Work hours are Monday-Friday 7 AM to 7 PM. Expect brief delays, lane closures, flaggers, limited parking, short detours for motorists, pedestrians and Bicyclists, and trucks and workers in the roadway.

 

Peregrine Street (South of River Loop 1):  Stormwater improvement work will continue in the area and is expected to be completed by the end of October 2020.  Work hours will be Monday through Friday between the hours of 7 AM and 7 PM. Expect brief delays, lane closures, flaggers, limited parking, short detours for motorists, pedestrians and Bicyclists, and trucks and workers in the roadway.

 

River Road (at Green Ln.): Work continues for the new LTD Transit Station at this location. Crews, trucks and equipment will be in the intersection installing the new traffic signals, pouring concrete for the new sidewalk, and installing the new striping. Please slow down and expect short delays, lane closures and lane shifts, and watch for merging bicycles through the area.

 

River Loop 1 (Admiral St. to Peregrine St.): Stormwater improvement work will continue in the area and is expected to be completed by the end of October 2020.  Work hours will be Monday through Friday between the hours of 7 AM and 7 PM. Expect brief delays, lane closures, flaggers, limited parking, short detours for motorists, pedestrians and Bicyclists, and trucks and workers in the roadway.

 

Roosevelt Boulevard (Hwy 99 to N. Garfield St.): Wastewater rehab work will be underway on and south of Roosevelt Boulevard between Foch Street and North Garfield Street, including all side streets south of Roosevelt Boulevard. 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.

 

Safe Routes to School: Various Speed Monitoring & Crosswalk Enhancements (Various Locations): Signal pole and school zone pole installation is substantially complete. Repairs to the Barger Drive and Altimont Street pedestrian crossing will occur at a later date.

 

Wilkes Drive (Kendra St. (N) to Kendra St. (S)):  Stormwater improvement work will continue in the area and is expected to be completed by the end of October 2020.  Work hours will be Monday through Friday between the hours of 7 AM and 7 PM. Expect brief delays, lane closures, flaggers, limited parking, short detours for motorists, pedestrians and Bicyclists, and trucks and workers in the roadway.

 

South Willamette Street (23rd Ave. to 29th Ave.): Contractor, sub-contractor’s, and CenturyLink’s sub-contractor will be working on the east side of Willamette Street at 29th Avenue and working north to 26th Avenue for new sidewalk, curb and gutter, and street lights. Both lanes of traffic will be shifted along the east side of Willamette Street. Work will also continue constructing new driveways and the new storm treatment vegetative planters behind the curb down 26th Avenue, 25th Avenue, and 24th Avenue. Access to businesses will be available, look for blue cones and blue “Business Access” signs denoting where to enter/ exit. Please follow construction signing and cones for all modes of transportation to ensure everyone’s safety.

 

EUGENE WATER & ELECTRIC BOARD

No current construction updates.


Oregon Department of Transportation

Interstate 105 (Delta Highway interchange to downtown Eugene at Washington-Jefferson bridge)

Bridge work is occurring. Traffic has been moved to the westbound side and will remain single lane in both directions while the work progresses. The eastbound lanes on the Willamette River Bridge are currently closed for construction. The Delta Highway ramps are open. Use caution. Expect minor delays.


Beltline/Delta Interchange Project

Beginning July 8, northbound Delta Highway travelers will take a left-turn detour to access eastbound Beltline Highway. The detour is scheduled to last for six weeks as upgrades and improvements are done to the current regular ramp.


Northbound Delta Highway will have a temporary turn lane to enter the southwest ramp to access eastbound Beltline Highway, but there will not be a light. Southbound Delta Highway travelers will see signs warning of the traffic change.


Be especially cautious in the area as people get used to the change.

Work is scheduled to be completed in mid-August.


The Beltline Highway/Delta Highway Interchange is being updated to improve safety by eliminating weaving and merging issues. Most work impacting traffic is done at night and on weekends.


For more information on the project, go to Oregon Department of Transportation’s website


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.


See all current ODOT Projects happening in Eugene.