EUGENE, Ore. – Residents have until Dec. 11 to participate in giving feedback on road improvements in three areas across downtown Eugene.
The survey asking for public input has been up since Nov. 20.
The changes that the city is looking into include on-street parking, reducing travel lanes, two-way street conversion and adding protected bike lanes.
City staff are hoping to get more feedback by extending the survey’s deadline.
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