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The City of Portland, Oregon

Portland Bureau of Transportation

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 1331, Portland, OR 97204

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SE Portland

70s Neighborhood Greenway

There are significant gaps in the city’s greenway network that can discourage Portlanders from riding bikes to work, school, shopping, etc. The Seventies Greenway project will address deficiencies in this corridor.

Brentwood-Darlington Multimodal Improvements

This project will provide safe routes to several Title 1 schools and access to transit in a neighborhood with very poor sidewalk coverage.

Jade and Montavilla Multimodal Improvements Project

The Jade and Montavilla Multimodal Improvements will construct multi-modal improvements on key pedestrian and bicycle routes in Jade District and Montavilla Neighborhood

4M Neighborhood Greenway: SE 130th Avenue to SE 174th Avenue

4M will run parallel to the high traffic Stark and Division corridors along SE Mill St., SE Millmain Dr. and SE Main St. Streets between SE 130th Ave. and SE 174th Ave.

SE 52nd Avenue Signals – SE Woodstock Street and SE Steele Street

New traffic signals and left turn lanes at the intersections of SE 52nd Avenue and SE Woodstock Street and SE 52nd Avenue and SE Steele Street

SE 80th Avenue & Mill Street LID

Streets will include: SE 80th Avenue from 100 feet north of SE Grant Street to SE Market Street; SE Mill Street from SE 80th Avenue to SE 82nd Avenue

Tacoma Street Neighborhood Traffic Management Project

Reducing cut-through traffic from the Sellwood Bridge onto neighborhood streets.

Springwater Connector Neighborhood Greenway

This bikeway project will connect the 70's and 80's Bikeways with the Springwater Trail.

SE 19th Avenue Neighborhood Greenway

The SE 19th Avenue Neighborhood Greenway is a low traffic, “low stress” biking and walking route that runs north-south through the Sellwood-Moreland neighborhood.

Errol Heights Street Improvement Project

Build a new network of narrow, curbless roads, and stormwater facilities to improve access to the neighborhood, address drainage issues, and improve water quality in Johnson Creek.

Central City Multimodal Project

The Central City Multimodal Project will help make getting to and around the Central City safer, easier, and more convenient by foot, bike, and transit.

122nd Avenue Area Safety Improvements

Better crosswalks and new sidewalks are coming to areas along 122nd Avenue, including portions of 92nd Ave., Sandy Blvd., Prescott St. and Foster Rd., in the summer of 2016.

SE 122nd Ave Bridge Over Johnson Creek

Comprehensive plan in place to replace the storm-damaged timber bridge, which is currently closed to motor vehicles.

Safety Action Plan for Outer SE Division Street

Working closely with the community, the City of Portland is making outer SE Division Street (82nd to the city limit) safer for everyone who uses the street. This project is part of Portland’s Vision Zero strategy.

SE Flavel Street: 84th to 92nd Avenue

Fill in empty sidewalk segments on SE Flavel between SE 84th Avenue and SE 92nd Avenue. Upgrade curb ramps to meet ADA standards.

SE 112th Avenue: Market Street to Powell Boulevard

Constructing sidewalks to fill in gaps between SE Market to Powell and upgrading curb ramps to meet ADA standards.

SE Foster Road

Paving and curb ramp updates from SE 82nd Ave to 90th Ave on Foster Road.

SE 50th Avenue: SE Division to SE Hawthorne

Paving and curb ramp updates on SE 50th from SE Division to SE Hawthorne.

Foster Transportation and Streetscape Project

Design and construction for the Foster Transportation and Streetscape Project is scheduled for 2018.