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Portland Bureau of Transportation

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Tillamook Neighborhood Greenway

NE 21st and Tillamook conceptual illustrationsTillamook Neighborhood Greenway Rendering

Tillamook Neighborhood Greenway Rendering 2

 

Current Status

Construction of the Tillamook Neighborhood Greenway Enhancement Project is taking place in phases, beginning in summer 2019.

 

Project Background and Description

The Tillamook Neighborhood Greenway Enhancement project is a series of safety and design changes between NE Flint and 28th that enhance an essential existing link in our low-stress walking and biking network.

In 2015, the Portland Bureau of Transportation evaluated our network of neighborhood greenways and identified capital improvements needed on Tillamook to address high vehicle speeds and visibility at intersections. The Tillamook Neighborhood Greenway Enhancement Project will include the area of Tillamook between NE Flint and NE 28th, and project elements are expected to be constructed in 2019.

 

Project Scope of Work

Location Project Status
Full length of Tillamook between NE Flint and 28th
  • Shared roadway markings and signing
  • Speed bumps to slow vehicles to 20 mph
  • Turning or adding stop signs to favor Greenway
  • Parking removal where necessary for visibility
  • Speed bumps N Williams to 15th scheduled for Nov. 21
  • Speed bumps between NE 16th to 28th complete
  • Stop sign direction turn at NE 26th complete
  • Additional stop signs will be turned following construction of speed bumps
  • Parking removal complete
  • Speed bumps west were delayed due to Eliot Sewer and Stormwater Project
NE 21st and Tillamook Median pedestrian islands and bicycle markings crossing safety design
  • In progress
NE Martin Luther King Jr. and Tillamook Bike box safety design In progress, delayed due to Eliot Sewer and Stormwater Project
 NE Flint and Vancouver and Tillamook  Accessible ramp and marked crosswalk  Complete
 
7th and Tillamook
Speed bumps, additional signage and crosswalk markings Postponed - will be included in Safer 7th traffic calming project as part of Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway Project
  • Potential for traffic diversion test on Tillamook between Williams and Martin Luther King Jr. - more vehicle volume data will be collected in this area.

 

Project Map

Map and illustrations of project designs

Project Budget

$150,000, including non-construction costs like design

 

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Last updated: November 2019

 


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Project Timeline

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