NE 102nd Avenue Corridor
NE 102nd Ave Safety Project
The NE 102nd Ave Safety Project will be improving safety for all people walking, biking, taking transit, and driving on NE 102nd Ave between Weidler and Sandy.
This nearly two-mile corridor is on Portland’s High Crash Network, which means it is one of the top 30 streets for crashes in the city. This corridor is surrounded by homes, businesses, community centers, and schools, including Prescott Elementary School and Mt. Hood Community College.
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Upcoming Open House:
The next open house will be in June or July. Information will be updated here as soon as it is scheduled.
Completed open houses:
Thursday, April 12 2018 5-7PM Mt Hood Community College 10100 NE Prescott St
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Facts we know about the crash history of NE 102nd Ave between Weidler and Sandy:
- There were 354 total crashes between 2011 and 2015.
- 18 of those involved a person walking or biking.
Other key facts about the corridor:
- The speed limit is 35 miles per hour.
- 61% of drivers are driving over 35 miles per hour, and about 25% of drivers are driving over 40 miles per hour.
- About 10,000 vehicles travel in each direction daily.
- 970 vehicles travel on the corridor at its highest hourly volume during PM rush hour.
- There are 3 current bikeways and 5 future bikeways that connect to this corridor.
We also know:
Some initial project recommendations:
- Add improved pedestrian crossings at key locations.
- Reduce crossing distances and provide safe bicycle facilities.
- Reduce the speed limit from 35 to 30mph.
What we want to hear from you:
- What are your thoughts, concerns, and suggestions for improving NE 102nd Ave?
- Which intersections are in greatest need of safety improvements?
- Where and how do you use transit?
NE 102nd Ave Safety Project open house boards review the corridor challenges, project goals, proposed design concepts and project timeline