1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
What’s happening now?
The project team is currently refining concepts to 15% design plans and preparing for open houses in February 2020.
Project description and background
This project will improve transit and bicycling along this important north-south corridor. Improvements include:
Protected bike lanes between the Broadway Bridge and SW Oak Street, including a new northbound bike lane
Transit priority treatments to benefit the 3,335 people who ride TriMet’s Line 17 into the central city, with traffic signal upgrades and a reroute to the transit mall
Separate from this project, in 2021 PBOT will install a new traffic signal at NW Flanders Street and NW Broadway Street as part of the Flanders Neighborhood Greenway. In 2022, PBOT will rebuild the existing traffic signal at NW Broadway Street and NW Glisan Street to improve safety.
View the 2018 conceptual design here. Note this conceptual design is currently being refined and a 15% design plan will be available for public review in early 2020.
Current Status: Design
Construction: Anticipated Fall 2020
Join us for an update on Central City in Motion (CCIM)! Staff from the Portland Bureau of Transportation and TriMet will provide an overview of projects scheduled for construction in 2020 and 2021. At the open houses, you’re invited to:
Preview transit, pedestrian and bicycle improvements coming to Portland’s core
Give your feedback
Tuesday, February 18 from 4 to 6 p.m.
White Stag Building
70 NW Couch St.
Portland OR 97209
Wednesday, February 26 from 5 to 7 p.m.
Revolution Hall – Astoria Room
1300 SE Stark St.
Portland OR 97214
The same information will be provided at both open houses – chose the one that works best for you! (Or join us as both!)
For more information on Central City in Motion and the Open Houses, visit: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/transportation/ccim
Project budget: $1.9M
Central City in Motion is PBOT's effort to plan, prioritize, and implement transportation improvements in the city’s core. Following two years of public engagement, 18 projects were prioritized through this planning effort and approved by Portland City Council in 2018. The projects include new pedestrian crossings, bus lanes, and bikeways.
Conceptual Design of NW/SW Broadway: NW Irving to SW Oak