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Construction 2023-2024
PBOT is constructing a new neighborhood greenway route between SE Flavel Street and NE Sacramento Street around the '70s' numbered avenues.
Construction planned to begin summer 2024
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will construct safety improvements along NE Halsey Street between 68th and 92nd avenues. Includes crossing improvements, new sidewalks, upgraded curb ramps, protected bike lanes, and more.

70s Greenway: Cully Connector

Transportation
Engineering And Design
Design 2021-2023, Construction begins 2024
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) and Metro are partnering to make NE 72nd Avenue safe and comfortable for pedestrians and people biking by building a neighborhood greenway through the heart of the Cully and Roseway neighborhoods from NE Lombard Street and Sandy Boulevard.
Summer 2024 (Phase 1); Spring 2025 (Phase 2)
This Local Improvement District (LID) will construct street, sidewalk, and stormwater improvements on portions of NE 97th Avenue and on E Burnside, NE Davis, and NE Couch streets.

Lair Hill Neighborhood Traffic Access Management Project

Transportation
Engineering And Design
Implementation Test Winter 2019 to Summer 2020
This nine-month pilot project reduced cut-through traffic in the Lair Hill area south of downtown, keeping regional car traffic heading east on the Ross Island Bridge on safer routes. The project limited through-traffic on narrow residential streets from Dec. 16, 2019 through Sept. 1, 2020.
Construction: Spring 2025
PBOT will be improving several local streets in the Tryon Creek and Stephens Creek watersheds in southwest Portland by paving gravel streets, adding sidewalks or walkways, or a combination. Funding comes from the Local Transportation Infrastructure Charge (LTIC) and other sources.

Cully Neighborhood Street Improvement Project

Transportation
Engineering And Design
Design 2021-2023, Construction 2024
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will improve several streets in the Cully neighborhood by paving gravel streets, adding sidewalks, and traffic calming. The Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) and Portland Water Bureau (PWB) are project partners, upgrading area infrastructure.