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).

Current City of Eugene Roadwork Advisories

Updated September 22, 2023

Use caution in work zones and obey traffic control signage and flaggers. Links to additional project information can be found at For real-time traffic impacts, go to or

City of Eugene

8th Ave between Willamette St and Mill St –Excavation work will continue Monday through Friday, 9/25-29, at the northwest corner of Oak St and S Park St, Oak St and S Park St will remain open at this location. Concrete work and electrical work will be ongoing between High St and Mill St, 8th Ave will be closed on this block Monday through Friday, 9/25-29 and re-opened by the end of the day. 8th Avenue between High St and Pearl St will be closed on Monday, 9/25, for ongoing concrete work and will be re-opened by the end of the day. Expect lane shifts, street closures and traffic delays, vehicle traffic are encouraged to use 6th Avenue or Broadway St for westbound traffic. Cyclists are encouraged to use Broadway St and pedestrians are encouraged to follow the detour signs through the 8th Ave/Pearl St and Oak St/S Park St intersections and are encouraged to use the south side of 8th Ave. Please be aware of large trucks and equipment in the area.

46th Ave, Donald to Fox Hollow –Work will continue the week of September 25 to construct sidewalk access ramps with concrete crossings along 46th Ave. Northwest Natural may be on-site to complete trench restoration from their previous utility work.  Traffic will remain restricted to one-way along 46th, west-bound only from Fox Hollow Rd through the work zone to the entrance of Edgewood Elementary School.  Detours to Fox Hollow Rd from Donald St will be available via 43rd Ave and Kingswood Ave.  Pedestrians will be provided detours and alternate crossing locations to navigate around open excavations.  Please be aware of large trucks and equipment in the area.

Amazon Parkway at 19th Ave – No work is scheduled Monday through Friday, 9/25-29 due to weather. The south side of the intersection of 19th Ave and Amazon Parkway remains closed, westbound traffic on 19th Ave will remain closed and eastbound traffic will remain open. Bikes are encouraged to use 19th Ave for access to the Amazon Path. Pedestrians are encouraged to follow detours through the 19th Ave intersection but are encouraged to use the sidewalk on the north side of the street.

Blackburn St from Warren St to Seymore St – The listed road will have limited pedestrian access and no on-street parking due to pavement repair work. Blackburn St will not be accessible from Warren St. Access to Blackburn St will be provided from Kevington Ave and Thames St. Please watch for the movement of workers, construction equipment and trucks. Temporary ramps are provided in the area to provide access across milled surfaces.  

Chambers Street from 18th to 24th Avenue – Contractor crews may be on site paving utility trenches along Chambers Street. There are no lane closures anticipated yet for this phase of work. Vehicle traffic should expect lane shifts and limited street parking. Bicycles will be detoured through Westmoreland Park. Sidewalk work is nearly complete, and sidewalk closures and detours should be rare during the remainder of the project work. The exception to this is the NW corner of 24th Avenue and Chambers Street, where the pedestrian ramp is not yet open to pedestrian traffic due to unanticipated challenges causing delays. Northwest Natural or EWEB utility crews may also be on site throughout the work zone.

Crescent Ave Paving & Holly Ave Traffic Calming – Crews are onsite and started preparing for excavation. Excavation will start on Monday (9/25) and continue throughout the week with the excavation of sidewalk access ramps at the adjacent intersections with the project boundary. Travel lanes will be shifted to allow for construction equipment and workers. Please travel through the area with caution and pay close attention to signs and delineators.

Downtown Southern Access and Parking – Crews will continue landscaping and irrigation work within the project limits. Access to Annie Mims will be restricted from 8th Ave and 4th Ave for vehicles, please seek alternative routes. Pedestrians and cyclists are encouraged to follow the detours around the project site via Nak Nak Ave.

High Alley between 11th Avenue and 12th Avenue- alley will be closed September 25 -29 for sidewalk repair at 261 12th Avenue. Alley entrances will be barricaded but given the minimal traffic on this alley, no traffic delays are expected.

High St Bikeway from E 19th Ave to E 6th Ave – Construction crews will be on site between 13th Ave and 19thth Ave. Their main focus will be at the intersection of 18th and High St where they will be excavating for sidewalk access ramps and signalized intersection equipment foundations. Crews will also be wrapping up the completion of a sidewalk access ramp at the corner of 14th. Crews may also be working throughout the corridor on final striping items between 13th Ave and 6th Ave. Additionally crews may be working with in the proposed bike way between 19th and 13th as they repair and grind bumps and lips in the existing roadway surface. Travel lanes will be shifted to the east side of High St. to allow for construction equipment and workers. Please travel through the area with caution and pay close attention to signs and delineators.

River Rd at Irving Rd – Crews will be working on River Road, in the SE corner of the intersection with irrigation, planting, and buttoning up the site until utility conflicts are resolved. The work on River Road will likely impact the outside lane and require traffic to merge left headed north through the intersection but will be open by the middle of the week. Pedestrians headed east on Irving Road should cross at the RRFB located near the intersection with Belmont to the south side of the street. Pedestrians heading south on River Road should cross to the east side at the intersection and back to the west at the LTD bus station. Please be aware that construction workers and equipment will be in the road and actively working, reduce speeds if possible, and understand there will be longer commute times through the project limits.

River Road Paving Project from Maxwell Rd. to Beltline Hwy. – Crews will be on site working on sidewalk corner replacements. Pedestrians are encouraged to follow detours and plan to cross River Road at the intersections of Maxwell Rd. and Silver Ln/River Ave. as well as a mid-block RRFB between Hamilton Ave. and Owosso Dr. Vehicular traffic should be aware of truck traffic and expect some lane closures with some minor delays. Night work is planned for the intersection of River Road and River Ave., starting at around 1 am and continuing to 7 am. Expect lane closures and minor delays.   

Lane County

Vaughn Rd CLOSURE (MP 8.80 at Slow Down Ln)
A large culvert will be replaced on Vaughn Rd which will require a complete closure of the roadway from Monday, September 18th to Tuesday, September 26th. Traffic seeking access to Slow Down Ln will need to enter from Territorial Hwy during the closure. Travelers should determine their access to Vaughn through Bolton Hill Rd, Territorial Hwy or Hwy 126 according to their address. The closure will be in place 24 hours a day throughout the duration. Once the closure is lifted, additional delays will occur for finish work.

Bob Straub Parkway (Main St MP 0.00 - S. 57th MP 0.43)
A paving and ADA upgrade project continues on Bob Straub Parkway. Watch for detours and plan for delays and detours as work continues in the area. Use alternate routes to avoid the area whenever possible and use caution through the work zone.

N Park Ave (Howard Ave MP 1.14 - Maxwell Rd MP 1.30)
The Howard Elementary/Colin Kelly middle School Traffic Congestion Mitigation project consists of adding storm facilities, sidewalks and driveway connections. The southbound lane of N. Park will be open during construction, but detour routes will be in place for the northbound lane once construction starts. Please plan for delays and use caution through the work zone.