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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 1331, Portland, OR 97204

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Proposed Paving Projects

What would this include?

If the measure passes, paving treatments could range from surface seal coats, to a grind and repave, to a base layer repair, or to a complete rebuild. The proposed paving projects would provide for preventive maintenance, including repaving streets and applying protective street coating.

If the measure passes, how would paving treatments change the roads?

Road treatments can protect streets from weather damage as well as heavy cars and trucks to extend the life of a street.

Proposed locations:

  • Streets in fair condition as opposed to rebuilds in the future
  • Streets with relatively high volumes of buses and vehicles
  • Local streets that provide access to Portland’s Neighborhood Greenway network

 

Proposed Paving: Streets That Carry Transit and Freight

N Ida Avenue (Lombard to Smith)

NE 138th Place (Halsey to Sacramento)

NE Killingsworth Street (60th to Portland Highway)

SE 122nd Avenue (Steele to Foster)

SE 162nd Avenue (Division to Powell)

SE Washington Street (102nd to 108th)

SW 45th Avenue (Flower to Vermont)

SW Bertha Boulevard (Beaverton Hillsdale Highway to Vermont)

 SUBTOTAL Proposed projects for the above Streets: $20 million

Paving: Neighborhood Streets

N Houghton Street (Dana to Haven)

N Tillamook Street (Flint to Williams)

NE Alberta Street (Cully to 72nd)

NW Flanders Street (16th to Westover)

NW Pettygrove Street (19th to 25th)

SE 87th Avenue (Holgate to Rural)

SE Bush Street (99th to 112th)

 SUBTOTAL Proposed Neighborhood Streets: $5 million

TOTAL Paving: $25 million

This information was reviewed by the Oregon Secretary of State’s Office for compliance with ORS 260.432.