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Hilyard Street Repairs, 24th to 34th Avenues (Project completed)

Completed: Yes
Jurisdiction: City of Eugene Mode: Road
Description: The work includes reconstructing portions of the road bed using a technique called full-depth reclamation. A new asphalt surface will be constructed the entire length of the project. A total of 14 sidewalk access ramps will be reconstructed to current ADA standards.
Timeline: Summer 2011 - Fall 2011
Traffic Impacts: The repair work on Hilyard will require lane closures in active construction zones. At least one lane of traffic in each direction will be maintained at all times. To avoid construction delays, motorists are encouraged to use alternate routes such as Amazon Parkway. Cyclists and pedestrians can use the Fern Ridge Path that runs along Amazon Creek.
Work Schedule:

The project phasing is:

  • May 2011: 34th to 30th is a mill and fill (in which the deteriorated surface pavement is ground off and a fresh asphalt surface is constructed over the existing base) on Hilyard Street. A repair at West Amazon Parkway will close it at Hilyard for a few days. All pedestrian ramp work (14 ramps) will be done during this phase.
  • August 2011: 26th to 24th avenues is a full-depth reclamation (in which the entire roadbed is excavated and rebuilt from the ground up).
  • September 2011 (after Labor Day): 30th to 26th avenues is part full-depth reclamation and part mill and fill. The intersection of 26th and Hilyard to be rebuilt last.

The primary source of funding for the estimated $2.9 million project is the bond measure to fix streets approved by Eugene voters in 2008. Additional funding from Eugene’s stormwater and wastewater fees will be used to repair those underground systems.

Contact: Patrick Cox Working together to keep you moving