Road construction update: August 19

Road construction update: August 19
Posted on 08/16/2019

Road construction is scheduled for the week of August 19, weather permitting. Use caution in work zones and obey traffic control signage and flaggers. For real-time traffic impacts, go to TripCheck.com.


Anderson Lane (Brandy Way to Rayner Ave.): Roadway work to occur for half street improvements between Brandy Way and Rayner Avenue off of Kellogg Road. Trucks and workers will be in the road. Use alternate routes. Parking restrictions will occur. Check for no parking signs that may impact parking.


Bridge Street (between Holden Creek Rd - MP 0.00 and Deerhorn Road - MP 0.295): 
Bridge Street Bridge (Bridge No. 39C111) will be closed for a deck replacement and truss painting work from June 17, 2019 through September 1, 2019. Use the Deerhorn Road Detour.  Deerhorn Park Boat Ramp will also be closed during the bridge closure. 



Coburg Road
(M.P. 3.305 to 4.836): 
Roadway, bridge and utility work to occur along Coburg Road from Kinney Loop to McKenzie View Drive.  Traffic will be shifted using traffic control devices.  Bridge work near Armitage Park will occur. Trucks and workers will be in the road so drivers should use caution and slow down through the work zones.  Drivers are advised to find alternative routes to avoid delays. 


Coburg Road (MP 6.601 to 7.366):  Roadway work will occur along Coburg Road from Vintage Way to Coburg Bottom Loop.  Traffic will be controlled by flaggers, pilot cars and traffic control devices. Trucks and workers will be in the road so drivers should use caution and slow down through the work zones.  Drivers are advised to find alternative routes to avoid delays. 

Collard Lake Road (MP 0.97): Crews will be performing shoulder work to repair the embankment.  The area will be coned for one-lane traffic until the work is complete. Trucks and workers will be in the road. Drivers are advised to use caution and slow down through the work zone. 


Goodpasture Covered Bridge (MP 0.013 – Goodpasture Rd.):  Crews continue painting. Drivers are advised to use caution and slow down through the work zone. Expect minimal delays.

Hayden Bridge Way & Hayden Bridge Road (5th St. to 19th St.): ADA and pedestrian signal upgrade work will occur at the following intersections: Hayden Bridge Road & Harvest Lane, Hayden Bridge Way & 5th Street, and Hayden Bridge Road & 19th Street.  Traffic to be controlled by traffic control devices, signage and flaggers. Trucks and workers will be in the road so drivers should use caution and slow down through the work zones.

 

Prairie Road (Maxwell Rd. to Carol Ave. - M.P. 0.00 to MP 1.85): Roadway work to occur along Prairie Road from Maxwell Road to Carol Avenue. Periodic night work will occur, and traffic will be controlled by flaggers, signage, traffic control devices and pilot cars. Trucks and workers will be in the road so drivers should use caution and slow down through the work zones. Drivers are advised to find alternative routes to avoid delays. 


Lane County Chipseal Program: Blade patching, repair, fog seal or chipseal work will be performed Monday through Thursday, depending on weather and materials availability. Traffic will be controlled by flaggers. Expect 15-minute delays. Seek alternate routes whenever possible

High Pass Road MP 0.00 – MP 4.08 (Hwy 99 – Territorial Hwy)

Vine Street MP 0.00 – MP 0.25 (Entire Road)

Walnut Street MP 0.00 – MP 0.12 (Entire Road)

Tamarack Street MP 0.00 – MP 0.90 (Entire Road)

Bailey Lane MP 0.25 – MP 0.50 (City Limits – N. Pitney)

N. Pitney Lane MP 0.00 – MP 1.51 (Entire Road)

Dorsey Lane MP 0.00 – MP 1.54 (Entire Road)

Spruce Street MP 0.00 – MP 0.91 (Entire Road)

Spruce Street MP 0.00 – MP 0.14 (Entire Road)

Smyth Road MP 0.00 – MP 2.56 (Entire Road)

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information about our summer construction projects, visit www.lanecounty.org/summerconstruction.

To plan your route on TripCheck, visit www.tripcheck.com.

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Mt. Pisgah Closed -

Mt. Pisgah (Howard Buford Recreation Area) will remain closed to all visitors through Monday, August 19, as crews continue fire mop-up.