1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 1331, Portland, OR 97204
Crossing NE 21st on the Tillamook Neighborhood Greenway Before:
Long distances to cross exposed to cars, fast car speeds, and no ADA curb ramps
Crossing NE 21st on the Tillamook Neighborhood Greenway After:
A better place to cross the street!
The Tillamook Neighborhood Greenway Enhancement project is a series of safety and design changes between NE Flint and 28th that enhance an essential existing link in our low-stress walking and biking network.
In 2015, the Portland Bureau of Transportation evaluated our network of neighborhood greenways and identified capital improvements needed on Tillamook to address high vehicle speeds and visibility at intersections. The Tillamook Neighborhood Greenway Enhancement Project will include the area of Tillamook between NE Flint and NE 28th, and project elements are expected to be constructed in 2019.
|Full length of Tillamook between NE Flint and 28th||
|NE 21st and Tillamook||Median pedestrian islands and bicycle markings crossing safety design||Complete|
|NE Martin Luther King Jr. and Tillamook||Bike box safety design||Complete|
|NE Flint and Vancouver and Tillamook||Accessible ramp and marked crosswalk||Complete|
7th and Tillamook
|Speed bumps, additional signage and crosswalk markings||Postponed - will be included in Safer 7th traffic calming project as part of Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway Project|
$150,000, including non-construction costs like design
Last updated: February 2019
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