South Willamette Street Input Sought

EUGENE, Ore. — The city of Eugene is looking for input from residents on how to improve South Willamette Street.

The area it’s concentrating on is Willamette Street from 24th to 32nd avenues.

At a public forum this week, the city will share results from traffic studies it conducted this fall and will discuss its project goals.

The forum happens Tuesday, Nov. 13 from 6-8 p.m. in the Roosevelt Middle School Cafeteria, located at 680 East 24th Ave.

For more information on the project, click here.


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  1. Dave Taube says:

    Safe bike lanes in both directions.

  2. no exceptions says:

    I saw the last half of the news coverage on Tuesday evening and I saw someone holding a little mileage tracker type device. I sure hope this device was intended for bicycle drivers/users and not car drivers.

    If the streets are unsafe for the bicyclists they should be the ones that report their usage and pay a per mile usage fee because the auto owners and users pay plenty of fees and taxes already associated with autos.

    It is about time the bicycle users pay their fair share to share the streets which were intended for and paid for by auto owners and users. If they value their safety they should pay for the privilege just as the other users do.

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