1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
|Motor Vehicle HCN||Pedestrian HCN||Bicycle HCN|
Halsey Street is part of the High Crash Network for people driving and walking.
|Upcoming funded safety fixes on NE Halsey||Timing|
|NE 47th-61st: wider sidewalks and space for people biking||2020|
|65th-92nd: safety enhancements for people walking, biking, and driving||2020-21|
|66th-Weidler, 137th-162nd: speed limit update||2019|
|84th: larger signal heads and reflective backboards
|103rd-116th: more lighting, enhanced crossings for people walking and biking, protected bike lanes||2019|
|122nd: access management and illumination||2020|
|114th-162nd: sidewalk infill, enhanced crossings for people walking and biking at 119th, 128th, 143rd, and 155th||2019-20|
|I-205 overpass: convert one of the eastbound motor vehicle lanes to a two-way bike lane, extending a multi-use path||TBD|
Wider sidewalks and space for people biking from NE 47th to 61st avenues.
Signal improvements, intersection redesigns, bus stop improvements, high-priority crossings, and a bikeway from 65th to 92nd, and a multi-use path connection from the 82nd Ave. MAX station to I-205
Creating a walkable ‘Main Street’
Safety improvements from 114th to 162nd Ave.
Sidewalks, street crossings, bus stops, bikeway facilities and other safety improvements in East Portland
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