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The City of Portland, Oregon

Portland Bureau of Transportation

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

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

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North Portland

Capital transportation projects and special initiatives in North Portland.


N Willis Boulevard: Newman Avenue to Chautauqua Boulevard

N Willis Boulevard from N Newman Avenue to N Chautauqua Boulevard was identified as a high priority project based on equity and safety.

N Greeley Multi-Use Path

A full road repaving and a two-way, one-mile path on the east side of N Greeley Avenue from N Going Street to N Interstate Avenue.

North Rivergate Boulevard Overcrossing

The project will construct a new bridge to elevate North Rivergate Blvd over the Union Pacific RR tracks crossing the roadway.

N. Denver Avenue: N. Lombard St. to N. Watts St.

Grading, Drainage, Paving, Signing, and Striping

N Lombard Main Street – St. Johns

Reconstruction of Lombard (curb to curb) from N St. Louis to N Richmond. Includes curb ramps, marked crossings, and upgraded transit facilities.

N Willamette Blvd Restriping Project

Restriping of N Willamette Blvd from N Rosa Parks Way to N Woolsey Ave

Central City Multimodal Project

The Central City Multimodal Project will help make getting to and around the Central City safer, easier, and more convenient by foot, bike, and transit.

St. Johns Truck Strategy - Phase II

Phase II of the St Johns Truck Strategy implements 3 of the 8 sub-projects identified in the St. Johns Truck Strategy adopted by City Council in 2001.

N Burlington and Edison LID

Local Improvement District project improving N Burlington Ave. from the 106 ft. north of N Decatur St. to N Edison St. and N Edison St. from N Burlington Ave. to 100 ft. west of N Richmond Ave.

Lombard Pedestrian Enhancements

PBOT is working with Prosper Portland to design pedestrian enhancements along N Lombard Street in order to create a safer environment for pedestrians.

Historic Black Williams Project

Take a walk on Williams Ave to see and experience an important piece of Portland history.