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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is planning to make improvements along the three-mile section of SE Stark Street between SE 108th Avenue and SE 162nd Avenue.
This corridor has been identified as a High Crash Corridor for all modes – people in motor vehicles, people walking, and people bicycling. Of all Portland streets, SE Stark St has the 6th highest number of deadly and serious injury crashes for people in cars and for people walking and the 9th highest number of deadly and injury crashes for people bicycling. In addition, SE Stark Street and SE 122nd Ave has been identified as the least safe intersection in the city.
Thanks to everyone who provided input about issues and needs along the corridor. You can view the summary of our Spring public involvement activities here or by clicking the image of the document above.
To better understand the issues along the corridor contributing to the high number of serious and fatal injury crashes, a comprehensive crash analysis was conducted. You can view the summary document by clicking here or the map image above. To view the full report, click here.
These findings will help develop proposed improvements that will be shared with the public later in the fall.
Overarching Plan Goals:
In addition to improving safety for all road users, portions of SE Stark Street will also be resurfaced using Build Portland funds.