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Hundreds of people participated in person and online to share local knowledge with the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) about how to welcome the neighborhood greenway through the King Neighborhood area.
Many design elements were influenced by this feedback. Among them, was the proposed traffic diverter at the crossing of NE 9th and Killingsworth. There was a clear lack of community support for this type of traffic pattern change. As a part of this project, PBOT will not be installing this diverter.
This project will now enter its design phase with construction anticipated to begin in 2020.
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Improving safety and comfort for people walking and bicycling in NE neighborhoods, and providing a safe option for people accessing Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.
The Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway Project will expand our citywide low-stress walking and bicycling network in Northeast Portland by creating a safe and pleasant place to walk or bike to employment centers, neighborhood destinations, schools, and nearby parks.
|February 2010||Portland Bicycle Plan for 2030 adopted by City Council|
|Both NE 9th and NE 7th were classified as bikeways as a part of the Bicycle Plan for 2030, Portland’s long range plan for bicycle network implementation.|
|Spring 2016||Portland voters passed Fixing our Streets (Measure 26-173)|
|The voter approved work plan for Fixing Our Streets includes funding for planning and design of the Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway.|
|Transportation System Plan Updated|
|As part of the update to our citywide Transportation System Plan, both NE 9th and NE 7th Ave were classified as major city bikeways, with final determination of bikeway classification to happen as a part of a future planning process.|
|February 2018||Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway Phase 1:
Listening and Learning
|What we did: launched a public involvement process, identified opportunities and considerations related to potential alignments and designs. PBOT hosted an open house at King Elementary School on Feburary 28th, and held an online open house from March 1st -16th.
Who we involved: The project team met with residents, neighborhood associations, interested PTAs, and hosted a Listening and Learning Open House in person and on line.
What we created: The Lloyd to Woodlawn Open House Summary Report
|May - August 2018||Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway Phase 2:
What we did: The project team developed and shared design options related to both potential routes. See the Design Concept Sketchbook and Initial Route Analysis.
Who we involved: Businesses, Residents, Neighborhood Associations
What we did with the feedback: Open house feedback is documented in the Design Options Open House Summary Report. Feedback will influence design details, and our understanding of impacts related to the route options.
|Fall/Winter 2018 and Early 2019||Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway Phase 3:
Additional Community Discussion
PBOT and the project team will host additional conversations with the community about the project design options and solutions.
The Initial project schedule called for a decision making about the route and design in Fall of 2018. The project team is holding off on any immediate decision until additional community engagement can take place.
What we did: Meet with community stakeholders, host community focus groups.
Who we involved: NE 7th businesses, Residents, Black Community Stakeholders
What we did with the feedback: Public involvement in this phase directly influenced the recommended route and design, to help us identify a project with broad community support.
Download: Recommended Route and Design Fact Sheet
Download: Black Community Focus Group Summary
|Summer 2019||Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway Phase 4:
Design and Engineering
|PBOT will include the public in the development of the final design details of the Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway.|
|October 2019||NE 9th Ave Neighborhood Greenway - Community Design Workshop/Public Event|
What we’ll do: Community events and gatherings to finalize project details as it travels through neighborhoods.
Who we’ll involve: Residents, Black Community Stakeholders, Neighborhood Organizations,
What we’ll do with the feedback: Inform the final design and engineering for project elements, including new crossings, speed reduction tools, safety enhancements.
The project is partially funded by $522k from the Fixing Our Streets initiative.
The Recommended Route and Design for the Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway
Design Concept Sketchbook and Initial Route Analysis.
Materials related to the Community Design Meeting for the NE 9th Neighborhood Greenway
Brief summary of the feedback received at black community focus groups.
Information and materials related to the kickoff open house for the Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway Project
Information and materials related to the second open house for the Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway Project