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PBOT is developing of a plan to identify improvements on 122nd Ave, between SE Foster and NE Marine Dr. We will consider changes to the street cross-section, additional enhanced crossings, lighting, signal changes and more to meet the following goals.
This project covers Outer Glisan from I-205 to NE 162nd. This project includes a number of elements including updating the street design and how space is allocated on NE Glisan (street reconfiguration).
Improving livability, creating more convenient transit connections, encouraging bicycling, and contributing to increased safety in Portland's Gateway neighborhood.
The project will improve pedestrian safety and access along SE Division Street between 102nd and 157th by infilling missing sidewalk, building ADA-compliant curb ramps and driveway connections and installing three new signalized crossings.
EPASS will develop a concept design for every city street with four or more lanes east of 82nd Avenue, based on community input, safety analysis and traffic modeling.
Comprehensive plan in place to replace the storm-damaged timber bridge, which is currently closed to motor vehicles.
Neighborhood Greenway project focused on connecting I-205 Gateway area to NE 128th Avenue via NE Pacific, Oregon, and Holladay Streets.
Improving Outer Halsey from NE 114th to 162nd.
Making crossings safer for pedestrians in East Portland.
PBOT has been developing Neighborhood Greenways to connect neighborhoods, schools, parks, jobs, commercial centers, transit and other destinations in the City of Portland. This Neighborhood Greenway will run parallel to the high traffic Stark and Division corridors along SE Mill St., SE Millmain Dr. and SE Main St. Streets between SE 130th Ave. and SE 174th Ave.
A transportation project that will provide workers and families of all incomes lower cost access to jobs, businesses and education opportunities by building and improving sidewalks, street crossings, bus stops, bikeway facilities and other safety improvements in East Portland.
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.
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.
Working closely with the community, the City of Portland is making outer SE Division Street (82nd to the city limit) safer for everyone who uses the street. This project is part of Portland’s Vision Zero strategy.
Traffic signals and curb ramp updates on SE 104th Ave and SE Holgate Blvd.
Constructing sidewalks to fill in gaps between SE Market to Powell and upgrading curb ramps to meet ADA standards.
The aim of the SE 136th Sidewalks to Opportunity project is to improve neighbors’ connections to community amenities in the Powellhurst-Gilbert neighborhood and surrounding areas.
Fill in empty sidewalk segments on SE Flavel between SE 84th Avenue and SE 92nd Avenue. Upgrade curb ramps to meet ADA standards.