The Portland Bureau of Transportation, through a funding partnership with Washington County, plans to improve the intersection of SW Multnomah Boulevard, Garden Home Road and 69th Avenue to reduce crashes, improve sight distance, address queueing issues, and provide safer, more comfortable pedestrian and bicycle facilities.
Although PBOT is the road authority for SW Garden Home east of SW 71st, PBOT is coordinating with the following entities:
- Washington County Department of Land Use and Transportation
- City of Beaverton (Transportation)
- Beaverton School District
- City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services
- Portland Fire and Rescue
- Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue
Public Involvement Dates
Dec. 20, 2018 - Online survey launched
Jan. 4, 2019 - Mailer to nearby residents sent
Week of Jan. 7 - door-to-door outreach for residents near intersection
Jan 8, 2019- Presentation to PBOT bicycle advisory committee (6pm at Portland City Hall- open to the public)
Jan. 17, 2019- Open House 6-830p at Garden Home Rec Center (7475 SW Oleson Rd)
Tuesday, January 22, 2019 (4:30-630pm) & Friday, January 25, 2019 (4-6p)- Office Hours
"Office Hours" are for residents to informally chat with project team. Location: Garden Home Growlers (7410 SW Oleson Rd). Office hours will be open to community members of all ages and will in the seating area near the produce section of the grocery store. Shopping center served by TriMet line 45 and is accessible for people using mobility devices.