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HOP Neighborhood Greenway: Gateway Transit Center to NE 128th Avenue


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What's happening now?

This project is substantially complete. 

Project background:

PBOT has been developing Neighborhood Greenways to connect neighborhoods, schools, parks, jobs, commercial centers, transit and, other destinations in the City of Portland. The HOP Neighborhood Greenway helps link the I-205 Gateway area and NE 128th Avenueand provides a key connection between the 100s Neighborhood Greenway and the 130s Neighborhood Greenway. More importantly, it will serve as a vital link to facilities and spaces of significance in East Portland. The HOP Neighborhood Greenway is funded by Fixing Our Streets, a voter-approved 10-cent gas tax for fixing streets and making them safer. 

Proposed project elements include:

  • Bike lanes and pavement markings
  • Wayfinding signage
  • Speed bumps
  • Tree planting
  • Crossing improvement at the intersection of NE Pacific St. and NE 102nd Ave. 
  • Crossing improvement at NE Holladay St. at NE 122nd Ave.

PBOT will also be improving the two following unimproved road segments:

  • NE Oregon Street between 110th  and 111th avenues 
  • NE Holladay Street between 118th and 119th avenues 

Project Phase: Substantially Complete

Project BudgetThe total budget for the HOP Neighborhood Greenway is $1.5 million, with $552,000 from Fixing Our Streets and additional funding from transportation system development charges (known as TSDCs).

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For more information please contact:

Nicole Peirce | 503.823.6186


Last Updated: 16 July 2019

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