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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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SE Stark

Motor Vehicle HCN Pedestrian HCN Bicycle HCN

SE Stark Street is part of the High Crash Network for people driving, walking and biking.

Receiving Fixing Our Streets funding

PBOT will be making safety fixes to SE Stark where it is coupled with SE Washington as part of the Montavilla Connected Centers project, a successful grant application:

Street safety improvements on SE Stark Timing
SE Washington, 72nd-92nd: protected bike lane 2019-21
SE Stark & Washington, 84th: enhanced crossing 2019-21
SE Stark & Washington, 86th: enhanced crossing 2019-21
82nd: reconfigure left turn movements from 82nd to the Stark/Washington couplet to reduce neighborhood cut-through traffic impacts on local streets, particularly SE Alder. Alternatively, construct sidewalk, lighting, curb and drainage on SE Alder from 82nd to 84th Ave. 2019-21 

Future growth: Connection to Portland's 2035 Comprehensive Plan

Segments of SE Stark are Civic and Neighborhood Corridors and are close to many Centers.

Corridors 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.

Montavilla Connected Centers

Multimodal improvements on key pedestrian and bicycle routes on the SE Stark and SE Washington couplet from 75th Ave to I-205.

Gateway Action Plan

A holistic strategy to attract employment, housing and commercial activity

East Portland in Motion

Projects to improve conditions for walking, biking, and taking transit