Transportation Planning

WHAT'S GOING ON:
Lane County is in the process of developing the ADA Transition Plan for public rights-of-way, with a goal of ensuring that the public has safe access to all facilities. Please help us visiting our webpage and taking a short survey:
ADA Transition Plan  

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Address:
Lane County Public Works
3040 N. Delta Hwy
Eugene, OR 97408

Office Hours:                                  
Call for Appointment                      
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM                           
Monday - Friday                               

Holiday Closures


Staff:

Sasha Vartanian

Transportation Planning Supervisor
(541) 682-6598
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Becky Taylor

Senior Transportation Planner
(541) 682-6932
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Sharon Joiner

Sharon Joiner
Engineering Technician
(541) 682-6955
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Danielle Stanka

Danielle Stanka
Engineering Associate
(541) 682-6996
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MISSION STATEMENT

To provide for the safe and efficient movement of all modes of transportation throughout Lane County.


Lane County's transportation system is essential to supporting our economy, providing connectivity, and meeting daily mobility needs. There is a high demand on Lane County roads to accommodate both heavy trucks for the movement of freight and bicycles for regional tourism and local recreation. Lane County roads connect urban and rural communities for access to jobs, health care, education, social services, recreation, and food supply. The needs of Lane County's transportation system are increasingly multi-modal to provide more transportation options, such as bicycling, walking, and riding transit.  

Transportation planning is the process of defining goals, policies, and projects to prepare for future needs to move people and goods. It is a collaborative process that involves input from the community, businesses, residents, and various government agencies and service providers. It includes an evaluation, assessment, design, and siting of transportation facilities, such as roads, sidewalks, bike paths, and roadway crossings.