Construction detour coming as Beltline Delta Interchange nears completion

Please be very careful over the next eight weeks when going through the interchange. Keep in mind that you may get used to the changes quickly, but visitors may get confused and make awkward slowdowns and stops. Here’s an update from ODOT.

EUGENE — Construction work at the Beltline Delta Interchange is nearly complete. One of the last major pieces of the project will connect a new ramp to Beltline Highway.

Sunday, July 18: The current off ramp from northbound Delta Highway to westbound Beltline Highway closes.

Sunday, July 18 – Wednesday, July 28: Northbound Delta travelers will continue to the light at Green Acres Road and turn left onto the onramp to westbound Beltline Highway. A temporary left turn signal will control traffic. This access will only be available for the detour. Crews will be completing the new off ramp from northbound Delta Highway to westbound Beltline Highway.

Wednesday, July 28: The new off ramp opens. Travelers going to both east and westbound Beltline Highway will exit just south of the new traffic signal.

All dates are subject to change. Follow detour signs and check TripCheck.com for current road conditions and restrictions.

Once the new off ramp is completed, the majority of the work to reconfigure the interchange to improve safety and traffic flow will be done. Final work completing the project is schedule to be finished in August. Construction began in late 2019.

More information and videos about the project are available at the project webpage.

Where traffic is routed through or around a work zone, pedestrians, including those with disabilities, will also be provided routes through or around the work zone. 

Temporary Beltline Delta detour July 2021
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