1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
More than 40 neighbors joined PBOT and Bureau of Environmental Services staff for a walking tour on July 30, 2016 to identify opportunities and challenges along SW Capitol Highway.
Portland’s Bureau of Transportation and Bureau of Environmental Services are working in coordination on street and stormwater improvements on SW Capitol Highway. This project will improve safety and accessibility of travel while improving stormwater management and protecting water quality in local streams. Working together ensures successful outcomes—including reduced costs, improved efficiency, and enhanced service delivery to the Portland community.
The Capitol Highway: Multnomah Village to West Portland project will provide pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure and stormwater management facilities along SW Capitol Highway between SW Garden Home and SW Taylors Ferry roads. Design of the transportation and stormwater elements will be integrated.
The project is currently in preliminary design. Further design refinements are expected over the next year in preparation for construction. Construction is expected to begin in 2019 and last approximately one year. More information will become available as project design progresses.
Total Project Budget
This joint PBOT-Environmental Services project will be funded through the Fixing Our Streets local gas tax, Transportation System Development Charges (TSDCs), state funds authorized by Oregon House Bill 5006, and Bureau of Environmental Services funds. Fixing Our Streets will contribute roughly $3,310,000 of the total anticipated budget of $16-20 million. Cost estimates will continue to be refined as design advances.
With questions, comments or for more information, please contact: Steve Szigethy
PBOT Project Manager
For more information about the Fixing Our Streets Program, check in at the program webpage: www.fixingourstreets.com
Read about the latest design updates here.
Presentations related to the SW Capitol Highway Project