On Wednesday, February 16, either 4:00–5:00 p.m. or 5:00–6:00 p.m., join Lane County staff and the project team for an online open house to learn about the East 30th Avenue Active Transportation Plan and provide feedback.
BEST supports safe routes for everyone, including people walking, bicycling, or riding the bus along East 30th Avenue to Lane Community College.
Thanks to grant funding provided by the Central Lane Metropolitan Planning Organization, Lane County has started a planning effort for the 30th Avenue corridor, between Agate Street and McVay Highway. This corridor currently supports greater speeds and volumes of vehicle traffic, but lacks infrastructure for people to walk and bike safely and comfortably. The planning process will explore issues and opportunities through technical analysis and public involvement, including property owners, Lane Community College, Lane Transit District, Oregon Department of Transportation and the cities of Eugene and Springfield. The plan will result in recommendations for improving walking, biking, safety and comfort on the corridor which will enable securing future construction funding. The planning effort will continue through 2021.
You’re invited to join Lane County staff and the project team for an online open house to hear project updates, ask questions, and provide feedback.
There are two sessions scheduled for Wednesday, February 16, 2022:
- 4:00–5:00 p.m.
- 5:00–6:00 p.m.
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Learn more at LaneCounty.org/30thAvenue.
- East 30th survey surfaces public concerns (Whole Community News, 3/11/22)