The Interstate 105 (Washington/Jefferson Street Bridge) Bridge Preservation Project is bringing bridges and ramps between Delta Highway and downtown Eugene up to current standards. The bridges were built in the late 1960s and early 1970s and need repair and upgrades. Work includes new guardrail, deck paving, seismic retrofits, joint replacements, and other repairs.
The bridge removal portion of the project is complete and lanes are open through that section.
We continue to revise the project to be as efficient and cost-effective as possible, with the fewest community impacts. Lane and ramp closures are necessary to complete the work. Work will occur day and night, and it will be noisy at times.
Know before you go with the most up to date information about the project at TripCheck.com. All work schedules are subject to change due to weather.
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We are working closely with the City of Eugene, Lane County, Lane Transit District, Point2Point, and other partners to coordinate area construction projects, minimize your inconvenience, and let you know about other available transportation options. Each agency has its projects on TripCheck.com. Access for pedestrians, including those with disabilities, and cyclists is available and identified through or around work zones.
Updates on construction are sent to the mailing list on a regular basis as work continues.
We appreciate your patience! We promise to get in, get done and get out as quickly as we safely can. The end result will be a safer and more reliable transportation system that connects people and helps Oregon’s communities and economy thrive.