EUGENE, Ore. – Eugene Public Works will be busy this summer as they continue to improve the roads in the area.
Crews are gearing up to rebuild or resurface more than 20 roads. Most of the projects are on local, residential streets, but crews will also improve several main corridors, including parts of West 11th Avenue, and West Amazon Drive.
They also plan on enhancing safety features for people who walk and bike.
Crews are asking drivers to slow down and pay extra attention, in construction zones.
The repairs are estimated to cost more than $10 million, with most of the repairs paid for with money from the 2012 voter approved bond measure.
For a complete list of projects click HERE.
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