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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 Projects: Neighborhood Greenways

If the measure passes, what projects would be completed?   

Neighborhood Greenways are a network of residential streets that connect schools and parks, and provide access to business and transit. They have 20 mph speed limits, painted bike markings, traffic management features, and provide for safe crossings of busy streets.

If the measure passes, what would be the impact on streets? 

Neighborhood Greenways use existing residential streets and make them places where people of all ages and abilities can feel safe traveling without a car. They are the basis for the city’s Safe Routes to School network and often run parallel to streets, providing a quiet place for families to bike and walk. Additional funding for this program would result in additional speed bump projects and signage and striping changes at intersection.

Proposed Projects and Locations:

  • Routes identified in the 2030 Bike Plan, East Portland in Motion, and Southwest in Motion
  • Relationship to Portland Comprehensive Plan goals

 

Proposed Projects - Neighborhood Greenways

N Delaware Avenue (Willamette to Terry)

NE 115th Avenue (Fremont to Sandy)

NE Mason / Skidmore (37th to 77th)

NE Sacramento / Knott (122nd to 162nd)

SE 60s Greenway (Lincoln to Flavel)

SW Bertha Boulevard (35th to Barbur)

TOTAL Proposed Neighborhood Greenway Projects: $4.5 million

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