Useful Phone Numbers (541)

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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City Installs Hundreds of Shared Lane Markings

Via City of Eugene Public Works:

Popular bicycle routes in Eugene are about to get a face lift, or rather, some makeup. Shared Lane Markings (SLMs), sometimes called “sharrows”, are currently being installed (many have actually been installed already) under a contract for walking and bicycling improvements throughout the city. SLMs direct people on bikes [More …]

Big Bike Week

Lot’s of great bike happenings in the coming weeks. Join the fun!

Walk+Bike to School Day

Join the National Walk+Bike to School Day on Wednesday, Oct. 7th. Whether you join one of the local schools participating or simply walk or bike to school, work, or running errands you’ll be part of the [More …]

Northwest Permaculture Convergence Needs Ride Leader Volunteers

Information via Jan Spencer:

Would you like to see a greener, more healthy and resilient Eugene? You can help.

The 2015 Northwest Permaculture Convergence is looking for eight or so bike enthusiasts to help escort several bike tours that will be visiting “green” sites in Eugene. The tours will be Friday, August 28. They will [More …]

Speaker: Toward a More Walkable Eugene

A walkable city is also a great city to bike in! Join the author, lecturer, and TED Talk speaker, Jeff Speck for an interesting (and free) public lecture next Wednesday!

Hult Center Studio, 7th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon Wednesday, June 17, 2015 5:30pm happy hour/ Hors d’oeuvres 6:00pm presentation 7:00pm Q+A Please RSVP to

Jeff [More …]

Valet Bike Parking Gearing Up for Season, Needs Volunteers

The Center for Appropriate Transport has been doing Valet Bike Parking in Eugene for two decades. Each summer they provide a great service to the community at many area events. Once again they are searching for volunteers to help this season. It’s a great way to meet new folks, be a part of the action, get [More …]

#EugBikeMonth is Over…Stay Tuned & Keep Riding

We may have come through a busy month of bike events but there is more awesomeness coming up; summer is right around the corner. Stay tuned to WeBikeEugene for prizes and awards for the month, keep an eye on the Community Bike Calendar for the latest events, and keep your feed pointed to WeBikeEugene for the latest [More …]

Sign Up and Celebrate the Business Commute Challenge!

Tomorrow is the kick-off party for the Business Commute Challenge…sign up now and join the fun!! It’s like a pre-kick off for May is Bike Month.

The Challenge takes place May 9-15 and is a friendly competition – workplace against workplace – to see who can walk, bike, bus, carpool, or telework during the week. The [More …]

ORcycle App; Use it For Better Local Data

via Josh Roll, Transportation Planner, Lane Council of Governments (LCOG)

Do you ride a bike? Do you know someone who rides a bike? Or do you know someone that knows someone that saw a Kevin Bacon movie with a bike in it? If so this post applies to you!

We need members of our community to [More …]

Be an Ambassador, on a Bike

 If you’ve always wanted to get paid to ride your bike, we have a job for you! The City of Eugene is hiring for Park Ambassador positions and the patrols will be “primarily on bicycle.”  It will be a full-time, temporary position only over the summer (approximately June 1st-September 8th) from 11:00am-7:00pm, Wednesday-Sunday.

“This [More …]

May is Bike Month!

Take a picture at an event, tag it #EugBikeMonth. More pics, more chances of winning


May is going to be a GREAT month for biking in Eugene! It’s a good time for fair-weather cyclists to roll those steads out of the garage and get back on two wheels and for everyone who rides [More …]