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The City of Portland, Oregon

Portland Bureau of Transportation

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204

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NE Sandy Boulevard Safety Improvements

Intersection of NE Sandy Boulevard at 31st Ave Intersection at NE Glisan Street at 87th

What happening now?

Both projects will be going to bid this spring, along with the Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway Safety Demonstration Project.

Project background and description

The original Fixing Our Streets project focused only on safety improvements on NE Sandy Boulevard. In order to better leverage resources, the project combined with safety improvements on NE Glisan Street at NE 87th Avenue since both have similar treatments (rapid flashing beacons and curb ramp replacement).

Sandy Boulevard is a High Crash Corridor, meaning that a high concentration of crashes occur on it. This project will increase pedestrian safety and will hopefully reduce the likelihood of crashes by making crossing improvements at the intersection of NE 31st Street and and NE Sandy Boulevard, including the addition of flashing beacons. The curb ramps will also be updated to current ADA standards. These improvements will make Sandy a safer street for everyone to navigate. 

NE Glisan Crossing Improvements originally included improvements to Crossings at NE Glisan Street at 87th Avenue and at 134th Avenue. The crossing at NE 134th Avenue was dropped because of the upcoming East Glisan Street Update. The project was chosen because of the crash crash history and using the Pedestrian Crossing list.

Construction Timeline: starting in summer 2019

Current Phase: Pre-construction

Total Project Budget:

NE Sandy Boulevard at 31st Avenue: $149,000 from Fixing Our Streets, and additional funding from Quick Builds

NE Glisan Street at 87th Avenue: Funding from Vision Zero General Fund and Quick Builds

Project Manager Contact Information:

Sheila Parrot

sheila.parrott@portlandoregon.gov

503.823.5817

View all projects on the Fixing Our Streets interactive map.

Last updated March 1, 2019