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PBOT’s map of potential 2012 neighborhood greenway projects

Posted by on March 11th, 2011 at 10:13 am

PBOT map of potential 2012 projects.
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Earlier this week, I shared news about a list of routes that PBOT is currently considering in their next batch of neighborhood greenways (they refer to it as “Phase 3″). At that time, there wasn’t an accurate and official map to share, so followed up with PBOT’s Greg Raisman. He was kind enough to put together a map that shows the location and routes of the seven projects currently in the queue to receive the neighborhood greenway treatment.

In addition, the map also shows five “commercial street projects” that PBOT is likely to get started on next year. Those include bikeway improvements on N. Willamette Blvd, SW Multnomah, N Williams, NE Glisan and NE Holladay.

You can download a detailed, PDF version of the map here (6 MB). Keep track of PBOT’s neighborhood greenway projects on their website and stay tuned to BikePortland for more coverage.

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  • alan March 11, 2011 at 11:04 am

    Still lacking a major north south thoroughfare between Williams and 28th…

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    • BURR March 11, 2011 at 2:01 pm

      actually, 28th from SE Stark to NE Broadway should be on there, too.

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      • are March 12, 2011 at 2:10 pm

        be careful what you ask for. lane striping through here would be worse than simply not having sharrows

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  • random rider March 11, 2011 at 11:07 am

    This is very exciting to see and I am glad that the City is expanding on this concept. I don’t mean to be looking a gift horse in the mouth, but one improvement that I would like to see is a better crossing over I-5 at Alberta. Less experienced riders on the Going bike boulevard reach an abrupt and difficult loss of comfortable options once they reach Vancouver.

    This is a major route for one of the bike trains to Beach School and I know that that little stretch crossing the interstate is the reason why many folks won’t ride in with their children.

    Speaking of which, does anyone know if Alberta is one or two lanes on the overpass? There is no striping but it is quite wide and most mornings when traffic starts backing up some people will start a second lane to proceed straight west instead of waiting in line behind the vehicles turning left to get onto I-5 south.

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  • Paul Johnson March 11, 2011 at 12:55 pm

    Oooh! Thank you! I’ll get this up on OpenCycleMap as soon as time allows.

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  • Nick March 11, 2011 at 3:02 pm

    The Houghton/Terry one in NoPo would be awesome. Getting from Kenton to St. Johns would be a lot more pleasant.

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  • Hart Noecker March 11, 2011 at 6:56 pm

    So my understanding is that to be a ‘greenway’ there’s gotta be lots of trees. Some of those routes are plenty bike friendly, but lack tree cover. Are there plans for adding flora along these routes?

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  • John Russell (jr98664) March 12, 2011 at 11:24 pm

    Any idea what the plan is for that stretch of Willamette Boulevard? As a student at the University of Portland, I ride that stretch regularly and have a number of ideas on how to improve it.

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  • Tim w March 20, 2011 at 8:01 pm

    I was unaware of the SE 20th Greenway the maps says is currently funded or under construction… does anyone know anything about this? Also, it seems from the website seems to be doing away with the “neighborhood greenway” mantra. It says “Bicycle Boulevards- The New Neighborhood Greenways.” Didn’t it used to say it the other way around?

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