1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
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Burnside Street is part of the High Crash Network for people driving, walking and biking.
Segments of Burnside are Civic Corridors and Neighborhood Corridors, and are close to many Centers.
|Civic Corridors are Portland's busiest, widest and most prominent streets. They connect centers, help unite Portland with the region, and carry out key transportation functions for traffic, freight and transit.
Neighborhood Corridors are narrower main streets that connect neighborhoods with each other and to other parts of the city.
|Centers provide the primary areas for growth and change in Portland over the next 25 years. They are compact urban places that anchor complete neighborhoods.|
A holistic strategy to attract employment, housing and commercial activity
Safety impact of lane changes from East Burnside to Laurelhurst Place completed in Oct. 2014
Projects to improve conditions for walking, biking, and taking transit
Making the Central City safer, easier, and more convenient by foot, bike, and transit
New crosswalks, bike lanes, and vehicle turn lanes
Additional curb extensions and pedestrian islands, new pavement, and signal modifications.
New sidewalk, signal rebuilds, curb ramps, curb extensions, island alterations, pedestrian push buttons, signing and striping and potential bike lane extensions and reconfiguration
Report includes trends, roadway data and crash data for W/E Burnside (SW Barnes to E 67th Ave)