The City of Eugene is creating a plan to improve transportation safety and reliability for residents and business, as well as making it easy for everyone to get around! By updating its Transportation System Plan (TSP) the City is looking for ways to improve the transportation system over the next 20 years for people traveling by bike, foot, wheelchairs and scooters, bus, car, truck, train, and airplane! The plan will be coordinated with Envision Eugene, Eugene Bike and Pedestrian Plan, the Eugene Airport Master Plan, and other regional transportation plans. These plans complement each other by covering different topics: Transportation System Plan addresses Eugene's transportation needs, while Envision Eugene plans for the City's housing and employment needs over the next 20 years.

There are draft goals and objectives and a list of construction projects that should be considered for implementation. Work in 2014 is focused on comparing, narrowing, and selecting the projects to include in the Transportation System Plan.

Where do we go from here?

The result of all this study will be a plan for bicycle, pedestrian, freight, road, rail, and air projects that will help the City meet long-term transportation needs and reach its goals for reducing transportation impacts on the environment. 

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What's New?

  • Lane County is updating its Transportation System Plan. Information on this process is available at www.LaneCountyTSP.org
  • How can the communities of central Lane County reduce greenhouse gas emissions from transportation and improve quality of life? The communities of central Lane County are examining how different transportation and land use choices might affect our future. Attend a public meeting on April 22, 2014 from 4:00 to 7:00 pm at the Eugene Public Library (100 W 10th Avenue). Read the flyer for more information.
  • This survey (PDF, 1.14MB) provides valuable insights into how people travel for non-commute trips, such as for errands, entertainment, and other appointments, and why people choose to drive or not drive for these trips. 
  • The Transportation System Plan is narrowing down the recommendations for enhancing transportation in Eugene over the next 20 years. Now is your chance to help shape the future of the City, by getting involved in-person or online
  •  You can follow the City of Eugene's Transportation Planning section on Facebook.