Transportation Options: Strategies for a Growing Eugene

Showing an entire range of transportation options on Eugene streets

We're a Growing City2018 Commute to Work Breakdown

By 2035, there will be 18% increase in people working in Eugene and 24% increase in residents. To accommodate this growth – and meet its climate commitment – the City of Eugene has set ambitious goals to get more people walking, biking, taking transit, and sharing rides by 2035

Transportation Options: Strategies for a Growing Eugene, a review of the City's transportation demand management policies and programsis helping the City move toward these goals in two important ways: 

  1. Identifying opportunities in the planning and development Estimated 2035 Commute to Work Breakdown by transportation mode Opens in new windowprocess to ensure new development promotes a safe multimodal transportation system.
  2. Exploring if and how employers could be incentivized or required to develop transportation programs that would reduce the number of employees driving alone to work. 

This process will result in an update to the traffic impact analysis (TIA) process for new development as well as an evaluation of the City's transportation demand management (TDM) programs related to new construction and employers.

Contact Us

Larisa Varela (she/her)

Transportation Planner

lvarela@eugene-or.gov

(541)682-6887

Related Documents

TDM Project Timeline - ending in Summer of 2021