Northeast Eugene Livable Streets

Northeast Eugene Livable Streets Grant Application
City of Eugene is requesting funding from the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) to implement the Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan. This grant application 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.)

In 2012, the Transportation Enhancements and OBPAC grants were combined into a two stage process. City of Eugene received notification on August 10th, 2012 that the Northeast Eugene Livable Streets application has advanced to Stage Two of the solicitation process.  The completed application is due December 13th, 2012.

An open house community workshop was held on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 at the Sheldon Community Center to discuss preferences for bicycle and pedestrian improvements in northeast Eugene. Comments collected through the public process were evaluated for inclusion in the grant application.  Project types include connecting the bicycle boulevard network (secondary streets with lower traffic volumes and speeds), pavement markings, wayfinding signs, and enhanced pedestrian crossings.

For more information, or to submit comments, please contact Reed Dunbar, Associate Transportation Planner, at 541-682-5727.
 Related Documents

NE Eugene Livable Streets Project Map

NE Eugene Livable Streets Oct 2nd Meetings Outcomes MAP