Amazon to Riverfront

Map of Amazon to Riverfront study areaThis project is part of the Central Eugene in Motion Study.

Project Update

Starting Monday, March 9th, one northbound travel lane of High Street from 19th Avenue to 11th Avenue will be closed for additional traffic evaluation. Impacts to people driving on High Street that will be measured include: travel time, traffic queuing, and intersection performance. One travel lane will remain open for northbound drivers, as will the bike lane and parking lane. The evaluation will conclude on Monday, March 23rd.

Selected Alternative

After a community process that included stakeholder meetings, two open houses, surveys, online mapping and a series of focus groups with sub-area stakeholders, it was decided that staff needed additional analyses of the Amazon to Riverfront corridor before selecting an alternative and make permanent changes.

Staff will conduct pilot studies over the coming months to help better understand the impacts of any changes.

Please review the January 15 Open House materials to help better understand the reasoning behind this decision.

If you have any questions about this study area or Central Eugene in Motion, contact Reed Dunbar at 541-682-5727 or at rdunbar@eugene-or.gov.



January 15 Open House Materials

Pros and Cons of Alternatives
Frequently Asked Questions
Pros and Cons of Alternatives
FAQ


Map of Amazon to Riverfront study areaThis project is part of the Central Eugene in Motion Study.

Project Update

Starting Monday, March 9th, one northbound travel lane of High Street from 19th Avenue to 11th Avenue will be closed for additional traffic evaluation. Impacts to people driving on High Street that will be measured include: travel time, traffic queuing, and intersection performance. One travel lane will remain open for northbound drivers, as will the bike lane and parking lane. The evaluation will conclude on Monday, March 23rd.

Selected Alternative

After a community process that included stakeholder meetings, two open houses, surveys, online mapping and a series of focus groups with sub-area stakeholders, it was decided that staff needed additional analyses of the Amazon to Riverfront corridor before selecting an alternative and make permanent changes.

Staff will conduct pilot studies over the coming months to help better understand the impacts of any changes.

Please review the January 15 Open House materials to help better understand the reasoning behind this decision.

If you have any questions about this study area or Central Eugene in Motion, contact Reed Dunbar at 541-682-5727 or at rdunbar@eugene-or.gov.



January 15 Open House Materials

Pros and Cons of Alternatives
Frequently Asked Questions
Pros and Cons of Alternatives
FAQ