Residents in our region value safe, accessible transportation for everyone, whether by foot, bike, mobility device, bus, or car. Such a system supports great neighborhoods and helps keep us and our economy healthy.
The City of Eugene and Lane Transit District (LTD) are working with regional partners and the community to add new features to some of our most important streets. (We call these places corridors because several streets may work together as a system with transit, bike and pedestrian facilities to serve our transportation needs.) This project, called MovingAhead, is focused on better connecting people to jobs, schools, shopping, recreation, and other activities by considering a range of transportation investments along key corridors to improve safety and livability for everyone. Find out more on the Project Overview page.
During the early stages of this project, the community helped identify the five key corridors to be studied in more depth and weighed in on transportation solutions for each. For the past year and a half, we focused on technical work that explores a variety of options along those corridors. We are finishing the technical analysis and are excited to share it with you this summer! Come visit us at a community event to learn more about the project and tell us what you think. View our project calendar for all upcoming events and activities.
Your involvement in MovingAhead is important and will help the City and LTD refine and determine a package of transportation investments which will make our main streets safer and more usable for everyone, especially for people walking, biking, using mobility devices, and busing.
An online open house will provide a ‘virtual’ opportunity to provide your feedback from mid-August through mid-September
Four Corridor Open Houses will be held September 10th – 13th, 2018, locations and times yet to be determined
A Community-wide Open House will be held in late October or early November, 2018
Stay tuned for more information.
Give us your comments, ideas, and feedback on MovingAhead. We want to know how to create a safe and accessible transportation system for everyone!