Above is a graphic of the PBOT 122nd Avenue Plan Open House flyer.
Portland Bureau of Transportation holding a Public Open House
on 122nd Avenue Plan for Safety, Access & Transit
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will have a public open house on Wednesday, November 7, on the 122nd Avenue Plan for Safety, Access & Transit. The event will be from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Midland County Library, 805 Southeast 122nd Avenue.
PBOT is developing of a plan to identify improvements on Southeast 122nd Avenue, between Southeast Foster and Northeast Marine Drive. It is considering changes to the street cross-section, additional enhanced crossings, lighting, signal changes and more. The open house will provide an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback on potential improvements.
The overall goals are to increase safety for all, improve pedestrian and bicycle access, and support better transit while balancing needs of freight and other modes. It will also identify improvements to help eliminate serious injuries and fatalities and remove 122nd Avenue from the Vision Zero High Crash Corridor network.
Further information about the 122nd Avenue Plan for Safety, Access & Transit is available on the bureau’s website. This includes fact sheets in English, Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese, Somali, and Tongan. Here is a link to a YouTube video to hear what community members have said about needs on the 122nd Avenue and learn about the plans to make improvements.