1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) has secured funding to design and implement improvements for bicycle operations on several streets in and around the Lloyd District area. The projects will particularly address the NE 12th Avenue Overcrossing of I-84, NE Holladay Street, and the connection of N Vancouver/NE Wheeler avenues from Broadway to the Rose Quarter.
Working with consultant Alta Planning + Design and their team, PBOT convened a Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC) comprising companies, organizations and individuals from the project areas to provide input into these projects. The meetings of the SAC are open public meetings and guests are welcome. Meetings are typically from 8:30 to 10 AM on the third Thursday of each month. Meetings are held in the Lloyd District and venues are posted in the Upcoming Events section on this page.
A public open house was held Thursday, March 3, 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Calaroga Terrace. Materials from that event are available for download/viewing from the sidebar to the left.
This is the nearly final concept, recommended by the Stakeholder Advisory Committee with some additions.
This is the latest thinking on a three-lane concept for the 12th Ave Overcrossing as of June 16, 2011
These factsheets were prepared for the open house held March 3, 2011
This overview board was prepared for the public open house March 3, 2011
View PDF versions of the boards that were shown at the public open house on March 3.
This 17-page report summarizes existing information about motor vehicle and bicycle traffic, motor vehicle parking, crash locations, and other pertinent information to the development of new bikeway projects in the Lloyd District.
Provide a safe, comfortable, and continuous bike facility on Vancouver and Wheeler avenues from north of Broadway to the Rose Quarter.
Provide comfortable and convenient non-motorized access to and through the Lloyd District, with a focus on the Rose Quarter, Convention Center, key businesses from the district, inner NE/SE and from North Portland.
Solve a transportation bottleneck to provide non-motorized access between NE/SE Portland and Lloyd District.