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Maintenance Hotlines
For use when debris hinders the bike lane or path (leaves, broken glass, potholes, etc.)

Online Reporting - Eug
Mobile App - Eug
682-4800 - Eugene
726-3761 - Spfld
744-8080 - ODOT
682-6900 - Lane Co.

Eugene Parking Services
For use when a car is parked in the bike lane during business hours.

682-5729 - Eugene

Police Non-Emergency Number
For use if the above numbers don't work.

682-5111 - Eugene
726-3714 - Spfld

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ODOT releases public safety message regarding 1-5 bridge construction

(Notice the hand-made scarf in safety yellow!)

Construction Zone Flaggers–efficient and friendly. (photo and caption: Katura Reynolds)

The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) have created a couple public safety videos to help advise cyclists who are navigating the 1-5 bridge construction on the river path.  If I were to summarize the videos, I would say something like: “Hey, this bridge is [More ...]

Eugene Area Advocacy Primer Part 1: point2point Solutions

Those of us living and riding in the Eugene/Springfield area have a wonderful problem on our hands.  There are so many advocacy organizations in our area working to improve our lives that it’s almost impossible to keep track of them all.  It can be difficult to see how these organizations fit and work together, [More ...]

Poll: Do you want lights on the North Bank Path through East Alton Baker Park?

HEY! SAME TEAM!

The area in question is highlighted in pinkish

The June 10th Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) meeting was – and I know I probably over-use this word – silly.  I’ve only been attending public planning meetings for a few months now, but it never ceases to amaze me how emotional people get when [More ...]

Whoa Nellie, possible 20 minute delays on the Canal Path Wednesday and Thursday

This following message has been making the rounds, warning Canal Path users of even more congestion on the River Path under 1-5.  If that’s part of your commute plan extra time on Wednesday and Thursday.

Expect longer delays than usual June 23 and 24 on the Canoe Canal Path as it passes under Interstate 5. [More ...]

WBE Copy Editor leaves for bike tour, a summer of mispelings and typoes two follow

Kendra's route will mostly follow this Northern Route

Kendra's route will mostly follow this Northern Route

Kendra, our esteemed copy editor, left this weekend for a month long tour of the Great Lakes, roughly following Adventure Cycling’s North Lakes Route.  She and a friend will start in Scandia, Mn on June 21st and then ride self-supported to West Bend, In – arriving [More ...]

Adventures with the Bicycle and Pedestrian Count

This year I finally volunteered for the City of Eugene’s annual Bicycle and Pedestrian Count (I had seen the notice in the GEARs emails for years now, but hadn’t been able to get my act together before). The data gathered during these counts helps the city understand the non-motorized traffic patterns at various strategic intersections [More ...]

Editorial: 30 days in prison is not enough for killing a cyclist by driving recklessly

A deer killed in the Fox Hollow bike lane - would the law care more if this was me?

Is this how legislators view cyclists?

Editor’s Note:  A major goal of WBE  is to report the news in a “positive” manner. This editorial breaks from that tradition, but no one can be positive all the time.

Many car drivers, isolated in their protective steel boxes, fail to realize how dangerous their high-speed heavy [More ...]

Walkin and Rollin in the West Eugene Wetlands

Plover footprints stamped in cement on the Fern Ridge Bike Path.

Eugene is lucky to have some great wild areas within easy access of the city, including the West Eugene Wetlands. While many folks might see this section of the Fern Ridge Bike Path as a nice flat stretch to ride through really fast, [More ...]

Police Seeking Witnesses to Tuesday Bike Path Assault

Tuesday’s Fern Ridge bike path assault saga continues with this press release by the Eugene Police Department: (emphasis mine)

Police Seeking Witnesses to Tuesday’s Bike Path Assault

Case No. 10-9171

Eugene Police investigators are seeking any witnesses to a bike path assault that happened on Tuesday, June 8, around 9 a.m. at the Fern Ridge [More ...]

Crit Season Has Arrived

photo courtesy of Erik J Mills

Even though it may not seem like June, summer is upon us–and if you’re involved in racing that means crit season has come! What are these crits I speak of? Criteriums (a.k.a crits) are bike races held on a short courses (typically less than 3 miles) and are [More ...]