Below you will find links to more information about this project, including meeting summaries and activities, about this project.
Project Information Paper
A general overview about the Willamette River Bridge replacement.
Project Goals and Objectives
These guide the decisions made about the project.
A library of our project newsletters.
Community Advisory Group
Representatives of key community organizations that provide input on project goals, objectives, and key decisions.
Project Development Team
Agency representatives from the Oregon Department of Transportation, Eugene, Springfield, Lane County and the Community Advisory Group that make project recommendations to ODOT based on CAG input and technical analysis.
Design Enhancement Panel
Local designers and artists, stakeholders and the CAG/PDT are working on aesthetic design details for the Willamette River Bridge.
Design Workshop Summary
A summary of a two-day workshop held in February 2009 to develop design concepts that guide aesthetic decisions about the project and its surroundings.
Design Workshop Video
A video showing highlights of the Design Workshops and subsequent media event.
Sound Wall Information- Laurel Hill Valley Citizens Neighborhood Association
Information about the design enhancement concepts and the final design for the sound wall along the southbound I-5 on-ramp from Franklin Boulevard. The sound wall was completed in December 2010.
Revised Environmental Assessment (REA)
A document detailing anticipated impacts and mitigation measures for the project.
Open House Summaries
Open houses have been held throughout the process for the public to learn about the project and provide input.
Online Survey Results
The community provided input on the bridge type in a spring 2008 online survey.
Webcasts and Videos
View webcasts highlighting key construction work and path detours in Alton Baker Park. Watch our PSA about staying safe on the paths during construction.