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The City of Portland, Oregon

Portland Bureau of Transportation

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204

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High Crash Corridors

High Crash Corridor

Fixing our Streets:  Vision ZeroAs a Vision Zero city, Portland is committed to eliminating fatalities and serious injuries on our streets. An ambitious goal like this demands a comprehensive strategy that includes better street engineering, robust education initiatives, and effective enforcement actions.

Such an approach is especially important on Portland’s High Crash Network. These are the streets where a disproportionate number of fatalities and serious injuries occur. Nearly half of the deadly and serious crashes occur on only 7% of Portland streets.

Fixing Our Streets projects on our High Crash Network focus on improving safety on some of our city’s most dangerous streets. This nearly $4 million dollar investment will fund engineering solutions to reduce speed, improve street lighting to make it easier for pedestrians, drivers, and cyclists to see one another, as well as enhanced infrastructure such as pedestrian refuge islands to improve safety.

 

High Crash Corridors

 Budget

122nd Avenue Safety Improvements

 $2,207,000

NE Sandy Blvd Safety Improvements

 $149,000

82nd Avenue Safety Improvements

 $704,000

SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy Safety Demonstration Project

 $146,000

SE Powell Blvd Street Lighting

 $345,000

ODOT Partnership: Match Safety Grants

 $390,000

Total

 $3,941,000

Questions or comments about Fixing Our Streets may be submitted to: fixingourstreets@portlandoregon.gov.


122nd Ave Plan: Safety, Access and Transit

A plan to identify improvements on 122nd Ave, between SE Foster and NE Marine Dr. Project plans will include changes to the street cross-section, additional enhanced crossings, lighting, signal changes and more to meet safety goals.

Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway Safety Demonstration Project

Improvements to SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway will include protected space for pedestrians and bikes, narrowed lanes for traffic calming, a pedestrian crossing island with flashing beacons, new ADA compliant curb ramps, and repaving.

NE Sandy Boulevard and 31st Avenue Safety Improvements

Crossing improvements at the intersection of NE 31st and Sandy and installation of rapid flashing beacons. Curb ramps will also be updated to current ADA standards.

SE Powell Boulevard Street Lighting

Work with ODOT to improve street lighting at different locations on SE Powell from I-205 to the City Limits.