1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
|Motor Vehicle HCN||Pedestrian HCN||Bicycle HCN|
Powell Boulevard is part of the High Crash Network for people driving, walking and biking.
Receiving Fixing Our Streets funding for improved street lighting from SE 122nd to 136th.
Receiving $110 million for upgrades from I-205 to the city limit through a 2017 state transportation funding package. Construction date is not yet available.
|Upcoming funded safety fixes on Powell Boulevard||Timing|
|Chávez: additional lighting, bus shelter improvements||2019|
|47th: pedestrian refuge island, replace existing signal with rapid flashing beacons|
|50th: access management, bus shelter improvements|
|57th: replace mast arm with rapid flashing beacons|
|61st: crosswalk striping and rapid flashing beacons|
|79th: pedestrian refuge island, rapid flashing beacons, crosswalk striping|
|82nd: sidewalk and bus shelter improvements|
|107th/108th: new signal for walking and biking (part of 100s Greenway extension)|
|131st: enhanced crossing (part of 130s Greenway)|
|145th: 110 feet of sidewalk, crosswalk striping, rapid flashing beacons|
|151st: new marked crossing with rapid flashing beacons|
|92nd: upgrade signal hardware||2020|
|122nd-136th: crosswalks, rapid flashing beacons, sidewalks, protected bike lanes, center turn lanes, lighting, and drainage||2019-20|
Sidewalks, street crossings, bus stops, bikeway facilities and other safety improvements in East Portland
Working with local cities to improve sidewalks, crossings and other amenities for a safer, easier walk to transit
Safety improvements for Outer Powell
Projects to improve conditions for walking, biking, and taking transit
This map shows improvements built and identified on SE Powell Blvd from SE 7th to SE 92nd.
This plan summarizes crash data on SE Powell Blvd and identifies recommend safety actions and projects.