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This project will be doing sidewalk infill between 115th Avenue and Parkrose Middle School on the south side of NE Shaver.
There are significant gaps in the City’s greenway network that can discourage Portlanders from riding bikes to work, school, shopping, etc. The Seventies Greenway project will address deficiencies in this corridor.
This project is currently in its design phase, with construction anticipated to begin in Summer 2020.
his project will build over 3000 feet of new sidewalk (the equivalent of 15 downtown city blocks) on the east side of NE 148th from NE Halsey Street to NE Glisan Street.
The new signal will help drivers on 122nd Avenue to turn onto Marine Drive. It will also include a protected left turn for people turning from westbound Marine Drive onto southbound 122nd Avenue. Additional features include a bike signal to help people on bikes cross Marine Drive from the southeast corner of the intersection, allowing them to connect to the westbound bike lane on Marine Drive.
Streets will include NE 55th Avenue from NE Emerson Street to 151 feet south; NE 57th Avenue from NE Killingsworth Street to NE Emerson Street; NE Killingsworth Street from 567 feet east of NE 55th Avenue to NE 57th Avenue
Streets will include NE 42nd Avenue from NE Columbia Blvd. to 320 feet north; NE 46th Avenue from NE Columbia Blvd. north to dead-end; NE Bryant Street (new) from NE 46th Avenue to NE 47th Avenue
Constructing a right turn lane from NE Columbia Blvd to NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd and installation of a new traffic signal.
This project will address safety and traffic flow issues on NE Halsey between 47th and 60th Avenues, widen the sidewalk on NE 60th Avenue between NE Halsey Street and the NE 60th Avenue MAX Station, and construct a segment of the 60s Bikeway.
A series of safety and design changes between NE Flint and 28th that enhance an essential existing link in our low-stress walking and biking network.
The Central City Multimodal Project will help make getting to and around the Central City safer, easier, and more convenient by foot, bike, and transit.
PBOT is working with Prosper Portland to design streetscape improvements along N Lombard Street in order to create a safer environment for pedestrians.
Local Improvement District project improving NE 47th Avenue from north of NE Columbia Blvd. to NE Buffalo Street, from NE Buffalo Street to NE Crystal Lane, from NE Crystal Lane to south of NE Cornfoot Road, and a new temporary traffic signal.
The goal of this project under the Fixing Our Streets program is to fill in those empty segments on 102nd between Sandy and I-84 with new sidewalks. Also, any ramps that do not meet current ADA standards will be upgraded.
A three inch grind and pave of NE Halsey between 102nd Avenue and Weidler, as well as upgraded ADA ramps for all curbs within the paving area.
Better crosswalks and new sidewalks are coming to areas along 122nd Avenue, including portions of 92nd Ave., Sandy Blvd., Prescott St. and Foster Rd., in the summer of 2016.
A new pedestrian/bicycle bridge over Interstate 84 and the Union Pacific Railroad to better connect the rapidly growing Lloyd and Central Eastside Industrial districts.
Repaving, traffic signal adjustments, curb extensions and pedestrian islands will improve sections of East Burnside from 18th Avenue to Cesar Chavez Boulevard in the summer of 2016.