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Portland Bureau of Transportation

Phone: 503-823-5185

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EPASS: East Portland Arterial Streets Strategy

EPASS

Public survey now closed except for Spanish, Russian, Chinese and Vietnamese versions below

We received more than one thousand responses to our public survey on people's experiences and preferences regarding East Portland's major streets. This is one of our biggest survey responses ever! However, we are still hoping to get some responses from individuals in the following East Portland language communities: Spanish, Russian, Chinese and Vietnamese. Links are provided below. A summary of public survey responses is forthcoming.

Toma nuestra encuestra -

Estrategia para las calles arteriales al este de Portland https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QXN5NH9

 Принять участие в нашем опросе -

Стратегия развития магистральных дорог на территории Восточного Портленда https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MCM62PQ

 参加我们的调查 -

East Portland 干道策略 https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RPYCTYJ

Tham gia khảo sát của chúng tôi-

Kế hoạch về Các Con Đường Chính ở phía Đông Portland  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/X7SLHZ5



epass concept designThe East Portland Arterial Streets Strategy will develop a design concept for every city street with four or more lanes east of 82nd Avenue, based on safety analysis, traffic modeling and community input. Street designs already in progress will be included as well.

These heavily-used “arterial” streets - like Division, Stark, Glisan and 122nd – see a disproportionate number of serious and fatal crashes, so PBOT is taking action with 15 different safety projects. 

But many are asking us: What happens to traffic patterns when we change multiple streets in the same area? And are we sure we’re using the most appropriate and effective tools to reduce crashes while making sure people can get to their jobs, schools and other destinations on time, whether by walking, biking, taking transit, or driving?

EPASS seeks to answer these questions, and in doing so, provide the people of East Portland certainty as to how their major streets will look and function into the future.

EPASS also will recommend several new, community-supported projects for potential inclusion in future funding efforts.

 


EPASS map

 

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Contact the Project Managers:

Steve Szigethy                                                                       Kate Drennan

steve.szigethy@portlandoregon.gov                                     kate.drennan@portlandoregon.gov

503.823.5117                                                                       503.823.4599


East Portland Arterial Streets Strategy Opinion Survey

Share your experiences and priorities for the arterial streets in the EPASS network

Pedestrian Advisory Committee Presentation

PAC Presentation June 18, 2019