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Portland Bureau of Transportation

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Lincoln-Harrison Neighborhood Greenway

people biking and scooting on a Neighborhood Greenway


Lincoln/Harrison/Ladd Neighborhood Greenway Enhancement Project

Portland’s neighborhood greenways are residential streets designed to prioritize bicycling and enhance conditions for walking.  Portland’s Neighborhood Greenways Assessment Report (2015) recommends the following:sign: Welcome to our Neighborhood Greenway

  • Vehicle speeds of 20 mph (85th percentile speed)
  • Automobile volume target of 1,000 ADT (1,500 acceptable, 2,000 max)
  • Automobile volume target of 50 vehicles in the peak hour/peak direction
  • Bicycle and pedestrian crossing opportunities of 100 per hour

 Map of Ladd-Harrison-Lincoln Neighborhood Greenway

This project will make capital improvements to reduce cut-through car traffic, address high speeds, and create a low stress environment for people walking and biking on SE Ladd/Harrison/Lincoln between SE Clay and SE 60th.

Project elements include:

proposed diverter at SE 26th and Harrison

  • Keep Clear Signs (SE 12th & Clay)
  • 31- 14’ wide speed bumps (and 5 bumps removed)
  • 4 speed cushions (on SE Harrison between SE 26th & SE 29th, ER route)
  • Improved pedestrian crossing on Ladd Avenue at SE Clay
  • Modify existing diverter on SE Harrison at SE 20th
  • Semi-diverter on SE Harrison at SE 26th
  • Improved school crossing on SE Harrison at SE 28th Place
  • Eastbound diverter on SE Harrison/Lincoln at SE 30th
  • Semi-diverter on SE Lincoln at SE 50thproposed diverter at SE 50th and Lincoln
  • Push buttons for cyclists to activate the RRFB on SE Lincoln at SE 60th
  • Miscellaneous signage, markings and delineators



Construction year = 2018

Current phase = Planning and Outreach

Open House = November 2017  (dates TBD) 


Contact Info:

Project Manager Sheila Parrott