City of Eugene has received funding from the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) to implement several neighborhood greenways identified in the Transportation Systems Plan. These projects would improve local transportation connections for walking and bicycling. The project area includes three neighborhoods in northeast Eugene (Cal Young Neighborhood Association, Harlow Neighbors, and Northeast Neighbors.)
Proposed Project Types
Project types include connecting the local street network (secondary streets with lower traffic volumes and speeds), adding pavement markings and wayfinding signs, and enhancing pedestrian crossings across arterial streets.
For a complete project map, see "2019 Project Map" under Related Documents.
While scoping of the NE Livable Streets Project began in 2012, it took several years to assemble funding and survey the project area. The city anticipates delivery of projects in 2019.
For more information, or to submit comments, please contact Reed Dunbar, Associate Transportation Planner, at 541-682-5727.