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Pedestrian improvements, street paving, sewer construction and stormwater management improvements will restrict traffic lanes on SE Division Street between SE 11th Avenue and SE Cesar Chavez Boulevard. The project will improve safety and access for pedestrians, bicyclists, people with disabilities and local businesses; make the sewer system more reliable; and add green infrastructure to make sewers work more efficiently and improve watershed health.
Sewer construction will close SE Cesar Chavez Boulevard to through traffic between SE Hawthorne Boulevard and SE Division Street 24 hours a day for up to 21 consecutive days, and will completely close the intersection of Cesar Chavez Boulevard and SE Harrison Street. Detour signs will direct traffic to SE 30th and SE 50th avenues. The SE Lincoln Street neighborhood greenway will remain open across Cesar Chavez during construction. The project will replace 120-year-old sewers to improve sewer system reliability and protect public health.
Light rail construction will close SE 8th, 11th and 12th avenues to through traffic along the light rail project near SE Division Street. The project will also create safer crossings, improve bike and pedestrian access and make safety improvements necessary for the City of Portland to acquire approval of a Quiet Zone, so train horns will only sound if there is an immediate safety issue.
Green street construction and pedestrian and traffic improvements will cause temporary lane restrictions on SE Clay Street between SE 12th and SE Water avenues. The project will create safer connections to the Willamette River and an urban greenway through the Central Eastside Industrial District, improve sewer service and enhance watershed health.
Sewer construction will close SE Division Street between SE 26th Avenue and SE 28th Place 24 hours a day for 19 consecutive days. Eastbound traffic will detour to SE Clinton Street, westbound traffic to SE Grant Street. The Portland Noise Office granted a variance to allow construction outside of normal work hours. The project will replace 80- to 100-year- old sewers to improve sewer system reliability and protect public health.
Portland Streetcar construction will close SE Stephens Street at SE Martin Luther King (MLK), Jr. Boulevard 24 hours a day with local business access only. The work will also close one to two lanes of traffic on SE MLK for all hours except for 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The project will add streetcar tracks to allow the streetcar to turn around from southbound to northbound. This will allow Portland Streetcar service to continue even during construction of a connection to the Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Project’s new bridge later this year and during future events.
Sewer construction will close SE Division Street between SE 34th and SE 37th avenues 24 hours a day for seven consecutive days. Eastbound traffic will detour to SE Clinton Street, westbound traffic to SE Grant Street. The Portland Noise Office granted a variance to allow construction outside of normal work hours. The project will replace 80- to 100-year- old sewers to improve sewer system reliability and protect public health.
MAX Light Rail construction will close the SW 5th Avenue on-ramp to Interstate 5 starting at 5:00 a.m. on Friday, June 28 through 5:00 a.m. Monday, July 1. The project will expand the light rail system to 60-miles and improve public transit service between Portland, Milwaukie and North Clackamas County.
Repaving of Interstate 84 will close the highway and related on-ramps for several weekends, 24 hours a day.
TriMet, Mary Fetsch, 503-962-6403
Portland Bureau of Transportation, Dylan Rivera, 503-823-3723
Bureau of Environmental Services, Linc Mann, 503-823-5328
Oregon Department of Transportation, Don Hamilton, 503-731-8265
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