1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
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Halsey Street is part of the High Crash Network for people driving and walking.
|Upcoming funded safety fixes on NE Halsey||Timing|
|84th: larger signal heads and reflective backboards
|100th-114th: more lighting, enhanced crossings, protected bike lanes, posted speed reduction||2018|
|122nd: access management and illumination||2020|
|114th-162nd: sidewalk infill, protected bike lanes, four rapid flashing beacons, and upgraded pedestrian crossings||2020|
|NE 68th: redesign the I-84 off-ramp / 68th / Halsey intersection to make it safer and include crossings to bus stops||2019-21|
|NE 70th-80th: change the lane configuration from two lanes in each direction to one lane in each direction, plus a center turn lane and bike lanes. This lane reconfiguration will support the 70s Neighborhood Greenway project and include pedestrian and bike crossings at 76th and 80th.||2019-21|
|I-84 overpass, PBOT is seeking state approval to convert one of the eastbound travel lanes to a two-way bike lane||2019-21|
|NE 84th-92nd: convert parking on the south side of Halsey into a two-way multi-use path for people walking and bicycling. Build out small segments of sidewalk and curb ramps to assist with bus stop access.||2019-21|
|I-205 overpass: convert one of the eastbound motor vehicle lanes to a two-way bike lane, extending a multi-use path||2018|
|I-205 underpass: build a pedestrian connection under I-205 to connect with Gateway Green||2021|
Safety improvements from 114th to 162nd Ave.
Sidewalks, street crossings, bus stops, bikeway facilities and other safety improvements in East Portland
A high-level list of all planned projects addressing safety needs on High Crash Network streets. Includes funded and unfunded projects.
Improving livability, creating more convenient transit connections, encouraging bicycling, and contributing to increased safety
Projects to improve conditions for walking, biking, and taking transit
A holistic strategy to attract employment, housing and commercial activity