Central Eugene In Motion

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Moving people and goods into and through Central Eugene has been an exercise in adaption and change. As Eugene continues to grow, the transportation options available need to adapt to new personal preferences and technologies. Central Eugene In Motion will study the impacts of potential traffic changes and explore an array of street designs

Central Eugene In Motion

This the engagement page for the Central Eugene in Motion study. Check back frequently to learn about updates for each of the study areas.

Selected Design Alternatives:

From this page, you will find the selected design alternatives and supporting materials for the following study areas. Please click the study areas below to learn more about the selected design alternatives and materials presented at the January 15, 2020 Open House.

Learn more about Downtown on 8th Avenue and take the survey!Learn more about the Amazon to Riverfront alternative designs. Take the survey that's included on the project page.Learn more about the design alternatives for Midtown Willamette Street and take the survey that's included on this project page.


Public Engagement

More than 1,600 responses were received through the Central Eugene in Motion surveys, stakeholder meetings, online mapping, the July 10 and November 19, 2019 Open Houses, and a series of focus groups with sub-area stakeholders.

Our online survey and mapping tool are now closed. The design team used the input to create the design alternatives. The survey results and public input results are now available, click below for information.


Project Background

As our greater downtown develops, it is important for Eugene’s transportation system to have safe and comfortable connections regardless if travel is by car, on foot, bike, bus, or personal mobility device.

The Central Eugene In Motion process explored planned and potential traffic changes with a focus on three key areas:

Downtown on 8th Avenue
Amazon to Riverfront
Midtown Willamette Street

The intent of this process was to work with the community to identify existing transportation issues, explore ideas, and identify preferred design concepts for projects listed in the Eugene Transportation System Plan.

Possible changes to streets may include removing on-street parking, adding bike lanes, changing traffic controls, or reducing the number of travel lanes.

Questions?

Contact Reed Dunbar, Project Manager for Central Eugene in Motion, at 541-682-5727 or RDunbar@eugene-or.gov.

Central Eugene In Motion

This the engagement page for the Central Eugene in Motion study. Check back frequently to learn about updates for each of the study areas.

Selected Design Alternatives:

From this page, you will find the selected design alternatives and supporting materials for the following study areas. Please click the study areas below to learn more about the selected design alternatives and materials presented at the January 15, 2020 Open House.

Learn more about Downtown on 8th Avenue and take the survey!Learn more about the Amazon to Riverfront alternative designs. Take the survey that's included on the project page.Learn more about the design alternatives for Midtown Willamette Street and take the survey that's included on this project page.


Public Engagement

More than 1,600 responses were received through the Central Eugene in Motion surveys, stakeholder meetings, online mapping, the July 10 and November 19, 2019 Open Houses, and a series of focus groups with sub-area stakeholders.

Our online survey and mapping tool are now closed. The design team used the input to create the design alternatives. The survey results and public input results are now available, click below for information.


Project Background

As our greater downtown develops, it is important for Eugene’s transportation system to have safe and comfortable connections regardless if travel is by car, on foot, bike, bus, or personal mobility device.

The Central Eugene In Motion process explored planned and potential traffic changes with a focus on three key areas:

Downtown on 8th Avenue
Amazon to Riverfront
Midtown Willamette Street

The intent of this process was to work with the community to identify existing transportation issues, explore ideas, and identify preferred design concepts for projects listed in the Eugene Transportation System Plan.

Possible changes to streets may include removing on-street parking, adding bike lanes, changing traffic controls, or reducing the number of travel lanes.

Questions?

Contact Reed Dunbar, Project Manager for Central Eugene in Motion, at 541-682-5727 or RDunbar@eugene-or.gov.

Page last updated: 02 February 2021, 16:12