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Portland Bureau of Transportation

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Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204

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SE Division Street

The High Crash Corridor Safety Map and Safety Plan for

SE Division Street are finalized and available. 

 

Please take a look.  If you would like printed copies of either the map or plan, or if you would like additional information, please contact Clay Veka at Clay.Veka@portlandoregon.gov or 503-823-4998.  


04.23.13 Public Meeting - Agenda, Presentation Slides, Discussion Notes, Feedback

The third Division Street Public Meeting for 60th-80th Aves was held on April 23, 2013. This document includes the materials presented at the meeting and a summary of group discussions and participant feedback.

High Crash Corridor Safety PLAN -- SE Division Street

This plan summarizes crash data on SE Division and identifies recommended safety actions and projects.

High Crash Corridor Safety MAP -- SE Division St

This map identifies safety improvement projects along SE Division St that are complete, planned and funded, and unfunded.

3.07.12 Open House - Goals, Project Information, Survey

On March 7, 2012, the High Crash Corridor program held an open house to share data and collect feedback on the entire extent of Division Street, SE 11th Ave to SE 174th Ave. These documents were shared at that first open house.

9.26.12 Public Meeting - Agenda, Problems and Solutions, Community Feedback

The first Division Street Public Meeting for 60th-80th Aves was held on September 26, 2012. This document includes the agenda, a summary of community discussion, the problems and solutions matrix, and tally of participant interest in possible solutions.

11.07.12 Public Meeting - Agenda, Presentation, FAQ sheet

The second Division Street Public Meeting for 60th-80th Aves was held on November 7, 2012. This document includes the materials provided to participants: agenda, presentation, and FAQ sheet.

Existing Conditions Report

Completed at the beginning of the year, this report includes data on crash rates, infrastructure location, transit stops, and pedestrian/biking facilities.

Crosswalk Enforcement Actions

The Portland Bureau of Transportation has partnered with Portland Police to enforce Oregon crosswalk laws 5 times since 2008.

Heartbleed Security Notice

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