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SE 82nd Avenue near SE Division Street - 2013
SE Powell Boulevard at SE 39th Avenue, looking east – 1939
SE Powell Boulevard at Cesar Chavez Boulevard (SE 39th Avenue) looking east – 2014
Intersection of SE Division Street and SE 82nd Avenue, looking west – 1963
Intersection of SE Division Street and SE 82nd Avenue, looking west – 2014
Evening at SE Division Street and SE 122nd Avenue – 2013
SE Powell Boulevard near SE 108th Avenue – 2013
SE Division Street at SE 34th Avenue, looking west - 2014
Every day tens of thousands of people ride TriMet bus lines 4 and 9 between Portland and Gresham to connect to Portland’s Central City, Downtown Gresham, Portland Community College’s Southeast Center and many places in between.
Recent regional transportation studies, including Metro’s Regional High Capacity Transit System Plan and the East Metro Connections Plan, identified the Powell-Division corridor as an area with a significant need for improved transit.
The Powell-Division Transit and Development Project (Powell-Division) is intended to bring new regional transit and supporting development to Southeast Portland, East Portland and Gresham in five to seven years. This is a Metro-led project (www.oregonmetro.gov/powelldivision). Portland is an active and contributing partner to this project.
Background documents and information for the Powell-Division project
Contact information and how to stay updated about the Powell-Division project
Calendar of meetings and events for the Powell-Division project
The Powell-Division Steering Committee is charged with the successful creation of an action plan for future transit service and amenities
General information about the Powell-Division Transit and Development Project
The Powell-Division Transit and Development Project builds on current and past community work and planning