The Friendly Area Neighbors Transportation team works with neighbors and government to improve transportation safety, mobility, and equity.
The FAN Transportation team is exploring Eugene transportation policies and programs for alignment with FAN needs. For example, Vision Zero (a program founded upon the perspective that deaths and serious injuries in transportation are preventable) presents a clear city mission supporting traffic safety improvements for known safety hazards.
FAN has some modest successes from past efforts, such as the pedestrian crossing beacon at 22nd Avenue and Jefferson Street.
Report a problem
City staff appreciates being notified of problems with transportation, including vegetation encroaching on sidewalks and bike lanes, debris in the public rights of way, and signal and signage maintenance. You can submit a Request for Service online, or call Eugene Public Works Department at (541) 682-4800.
The city has a nuisance vegetation program where property owners may be charged at least $175 for clearing vegetation from their property if they fail to properly maintain it.
With the AARP Walk Audit Tool Kit (and Leader Guide), a resident, group, or community leader can survey and report on the safety and walkability of a street, intersection, or neighborhood.
FAN Transportation Team Meetings
First Monday of the month, except January and September, and a special one-time Monday, April 9.
7:00 - 9:00 PM
Billy Mac's Bar & Grill
605 W 19th Ave
Eugene, OR 97402
Map and Directions
The Transportation team meetings are open to the public.
Minutes and notes of meetings are stored publicly on Google Drive.
The FAN Transportation team has a Google Group for discussion of transportation issues in the Friendly neighborhood. Contact the owner of the group to participate.
The Central Lane Metropolitan Planning Organization has online tools for searching and viewing transportation data. Data sets include:
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) compiles crash data and releases provisional raw data sets without maps that include one year more recent than the Central Lane MPO. To reach the data, you must:
An interactive map was created on the MPO website and is embedded below. It maps motor vehicle crashes that have occurred within the Friendly Neighborhood between 2007 and 2015 where a police report was filed. It does not include near misses or unreported crashes and injuries. Note that the streets with the highest speeds and greatest motor vehicle traffic volumes tend to have greater numbers of crashes and more severe injuries and fatalities. 18th Avenue, Chambers Street, Willamette Avenue, and 28th and 29th Avenues have the most collisions.