1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
The project includes grinding and paving SW Naito Pkwy between I-405 and SW Lincoln and full road reconstruction on SW Naito between SW Harrison and SW Jefferson. The project may include signal upgrades at SW Market, SW Clay, and a new pedestrian signal midblock between SW Harrison and SW Clay Street.
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This project is exploring a number of additional features including, a two-way separated off-street path between SW Harrison and SW Clay Street and incorporating an on-street, two-way bike facility between SW Clay and SW Jefferson. A full pedestrian signal at SW Jefferson with connections to Tom McCall Waterfront Park and a two-way on-street bike lane connection north of Jefferson are possible, as well. A new traffic signal on the Hawthorne Bridge to improve traffic operations for vehicles approaching from SW Naito Parkway is also a potential project element.
All of these improvements will increase safety and efficiency while decreasing conflicts between road users. Fixing Our Streets funds are also leveraging additional Oregon Department of Transportation funding. Construction is expected to start in fall 2019, finishing in late 2020.
Project Budget: $1,600,000 from Fixing our Streets and other funding from Transportation Development charges and other sources
Information from the 1/10/18 open house
Overhead view of proposed changes adjacent to Waterfront Park
Proposed before and after images for improved crossing
Proposed before and after images of SW Clay intersection
Proposed before and after images
Fly-through visualization of the proposed project from SW Jefferson to SW Harrison.
Open house on Wednesday, January 10 to showcase PBOT's plan to repave, rebuild and reconfigure SW Naito Parkway from I-405 to SW Jefferson Street.