The makeover continues: Speed bumps coming SE Clinton
The bumps will strengthen PBOT’s claim to the street as a low-stress bikeway.
Traffic diverter on SE Ankeny & 15th is in progress
The traffic diverters on SE Ankeny are becoming a reality.
PBOT wants your opinion on Clinton Street diverters and Vision Zero
Two great opportunities to influence important projects.
Five months after Clinton diverters, most people who bike say it’s much improved
There were some dissenters, though.
A vision for traffic diverters at every neighborhood greenway crossing of a major street
Let no one say that Terry Dublinski-Milton lacks vision.
Dueling petitions: NE 7th Avenue greenway supporters swamp 9th as council votes
Today’s decisions — and this week’s petitions — will determine where public conversations about this project begin.
NE 7th Avenue upgrades likelier, but diverter opponents are organizing too
7th Avenue would be a great bikeway, but what would happen to diverted traffic?
City launches web survey and open house for Ankeny diverter project
Portland’s mission to upgrade its first-generation bike boulevards into modern neighborhood greenways is continuing.
In defense of greenways, city bolsters traffic diversion in two north Portland locations
Whatever it takes to reduce auto use on neighborhood streets.
Northeast Portlanders call enthusiastically for traffic diverters, greenway on 7th Avenue
A roomful of inner Northeast Portland residents gave an overwhelming thumbs-up.
City reboots plan for SE Ankeny traffic diverter, preps for others
Proposed improvements to a much-used neighborhood greenway are back on the table.