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Portland Bureau of Transportation

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Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway

 

Open House and Survey available until August 12th:

openhouse.jla.us.com/lloyd-to-woodlawn-2

 

Photo of a Neighborhood Greenway in Portland


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.

 

Vitual Design Concept Open House and Survey available until August 12th:

openhouse.jla.us.com/lloyd-to-woodlawn-2

Design Concept Sketchbook and Initial Route Analysis

Community Engagement Opportunities in July

Virtual Design Concept Open House 

openhouse.jla.us.com/lloyd-to-woodlawn-2

PBOT staff will be available to discuss the project and answer questions at events throughout July. Please stop by to talk about the latest concepts for the Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway.

July 7 – 10 am-2pm - Woodlawn Farmers Market (NE Dekum St & NE Durham Ave)

July 10 - 6- 8 pm - Portland Bicycle Advisory Committee (City Hall, 1221  SW 4th Ave, Lovejoy Room)

July 13 – 4 pm – 6 pm – Irving Park (Central Plaza by the Dog Park)

July 19 - 8 am – Noon – Coffee Talk with PBOT  (TwentySix Café, 2723 NE 7th Ave)

July 25 – 8 am – Noon – Coffee Talk with PBOT (Cafe Eleven, 435 NE Rosa Parks Way)

Open House Event

August 1, 5:30-7:30 pm

Augustana Lutheran Church

2710 NE 14th Ave

The Design Concept Sketchbook and Initial Route Evaluation report is available as a standalone PDF download here (.pdf 22mb)


Overview

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. 

The project travels through and along the Elliot, Irvington, King, and Woodlawn neighborhoods, and connects people to popular community destinations such as parks, school, retail and other commercial destinations.  

Establishing a neighborhood greenway in the neighborhood is a part of Fixing our Streets initiative, and is built upon recommendations of the citywide Portland Bicycle Plan for 2030 and Transportation System Plan.


What we Heard

Staff held a Listening and Learning Open House in February/March 2018.Cover of the Listening and Learning Summary Report Read more about the comments received:

Listening and Learning Open House: Summary Report

All comments received are documented and available for public review:

Listening and Learning Open House: Documentation of Public Comments Received

 

 


Project Timeline

 Time Frame    Milestone
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 - July 2018    Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway Phase 2: Design Options
   

What we’ll do: The project team will continue to develop and share design options related to both alignment options.

Who we’ll involve: Businesses, Residents, Neighborhood Associations, School PTAs, and Portland Public Schools.

What we’ll do with the feedback: Gather a more complete understanding of the specific access and circulation needs and considerations related to potential designs. Public involvement is ongoing and feedback will be incorporated into design concepts.

August - September 2018   Recommended Design Concept
   

After sharing detailed design options with the community and receiving feedback, PBOT will recommended alignment and design for the Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway.


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This website will be updated with more information as the project planning develops (Last Updated 4/16/2018). 

For more information, contact:
Nick Falbo at (503) 823-6152, or nick.falbo@portlandoregon.gov

 

Construction Year

2019

Current Phase

Planning

Total Project Budget

The project is partially funded by $522k from the Fixing Our Streets initiative.

View all projects on the Fixing Our Streets interactive map.


Design Concept Sketchbook and Initial Route Analysis

Design Concept Sketchbook and Initial Route Analysis.

Project Summary

An introduction to the Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway

Open House #1 - Listening and Learning

Information and materials related to the kickoff open house for the Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway Project

FAQ: Design Concepts (August 2018)

Frequently Asked Questions on the Project Design Concepts

FAQ: Process and Timeline (August 2018)

Frequently Asked Questions on the Project Process and Timeline

Open House #2 - Display Boards

Display boards for the Lloyd to Woodlawn open house #2

Public Outreach Summary (August 2018)

Summary of Public Outreach to Date