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Bailey Hill Road-18th Avenue to Village Avenue

Construction Update - Week of Oct 4, 2018

W. 7th Avenue/W. 7th Place (Bailey Hill Rd. to Highway 99):  Final paving is complete and West 7th is open to two way traffic again.  Final striping is tentatively scheduled for Monday and Tuesday.  Construction crews will still be on site throughout the week performing final project work.  Be on the lookout for construction equipment in the road, flaggers, and temporary lane closures.  All work is weather dependent.  Check area signs for updates and expect possible delays in the area all week.

Completed: No
Jurisdiction: City of Eugene Mode: Road

• This section of Bailey Hill Road is a minor arterial between 11th Avenue and 18th Avenue in the Churchill Area Neighbors Neighborhood.
• This street has severe pavement deformation and cracking due to poor subgrade conditions and the west half of the roadway needs to be reconstructed.
• Work will also include reconstructing concrete curb, gutter and driveway approaches.
• This project is primarily intended to repair the street pavement. There will also be storm repairs and traffic signal detector work incorporated into the project.

Business Access During Construction? Yes
Traffic Impacts:

• Drivers should expect lane closures and lane shifts during construction with possible one way traffic during some phases of construction.
• Bicyclists should expect to merge with motor vehicle traffic depending on available lane widths during construction.
• With any construction, drivers should expect equipment and workers in the roadway leading to congestion and delays during the work.

Work Schedule:

• This project is scheduled for construction in the summer of 2018.
• Prior to the start of street construction, the City’s arborists may be on-site trimming trees to prevent overhead limbs from being damaged by construction equipment.
• Also prior to construction, utility companies (water, electricity, gas) may be on-site adjusting their facilities in order to avoid conflicts with the work and prevent damage to their facilities.


• The major source of funding is from the local gas tax which funds the City’s Pavement Preservation Program.

Contact: Josh Pinkham
Project Notes:

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