City of Eugene Transportation

Rachael McDonald

Oregon’s new bike bill that allows cyclists to yield at stop signs has spurred some changes on a popular bike route in Eugene. 


Karen Richards

Bike share riders in Eugene and Springfield probably won’t notice any differences, but the system will soon have new management. Starting late this month, the City of Eugene will operate the blue bicycle service.


Brian Bull / KLCC

Electric scooters may become a thing across Eugene next year.  Officials are considering introducing them across the city as they have with the bike share program that launched in 2018.

Amy Brenneman / KLCC

Big changes could be coming to Eugene streets. The city is taking a look at how to improve transportation on 8th Avenue, Pearl and High corridor, and midtown Willamette Street. It’s called Central Eugene in Motion.

Those who encounter hazards on the bikeways of Eugene have a new tool to report them. The city has created iBike Eugene, a cell phone app where residents can tell the city about dangerous conditions from broken glass and potholes, to cars parked in the bike lanes.