1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
PBOT has been analyzing crash data and collecting feedback from people using West and East Burnside to develop a set of recommended roadway improvements, to partner with Police on enforcing traffic safety laws, and to provide pedestrian and driver safety education programs to a variety of groups.
Following the 2/27 Burnside High Crash Corridor open house, Kerns and Buckman neighbors, and Burnside East Business Association representatives, asked High Crash Corridor staff to work with them to develop a safety plan specific to E Burnside, 14th Ave to 32nd Ave. The group formed the East Burnside Working Group and hosted a public meeting on 9/30/13 to hear from other neighbors. To see the meeting agenda, materials, discussion notes and feedback, click here. PBOT is currently evaluating the possible safety solutions and will be meeting with the Working Group and the public at large to collect additional feedback. Stay tuned!
For more information, to share your ideas, or to get involved, please contact Clay.Veka@portlandoregon.gov or 503-823-4998.
The first E Burnside St (14th - 32nd) Transportation Safety Public Meeting was held on Sept 30, 2013. This document includes the materials presented at the meeting and a summary of group discussion, feedback, and evaluation.
Feedback that we received at the Open House as well as feedback we have received by written comment.
HCC staff is working with Kerns and Buckman neighbors, and Burnside East Business Assocation, to address traffic safety concerns from E 14th Ave to E 32nd Ave.
Materials that were presented at the Burnside High Crash Corridor Open House on 2/27/13
Report includes trends, roadway data and crash data for W/E Burnside (SW Barnes to E 67th Ave)
Survey tool that includes education, engineering, and enforcement strategies to enhance transportation safety