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122nd Avenue Area Safety Improvements

Construction type
Transportation
Project status
Completed

The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) installed three new rapid flashing beacon crossings and filled in sidewalk gaps in areas along 122nd Avenue between SE Foster Road and NE Sandy Boulevard to improve safety for travelers.

Complete 2016
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Project Background

PBOT considers 122nd Avenue to be a High Crash Corridor and prioritizes installation of safety projects on and near the road. The improvements along 122nd Avenue are coordinated with TriMet, which will be increasing the frequency of the 71 bus.

Project components include:

122nd Ave

  • Rapid flashing beacons and pedestrian islands at NE Stanton St, NE Holladay St and SE Woodward Pl
     
  • New sidewalk from NE 122nd Ave to the nearby K-mart
     

NE 92nd Ave

  • New sidewalk from NE Sandy Blvd to NE Prescott St

NE Sandy Blvd

  • New sidewalk from NE Prescott St to NE 92nd Ave

NE Prescott St

  • New sidewalk (north side) from I-205 to NE 102nd Ave
  • Marked crosswalk at NE 121st Ave & NE Prescott St

SE Foster Rd

  • Guardrail removal and sidewalk repair (south side) from SE Henry St to SE Woodstock Ct using a cycle track design
  • New sidewalk (north side) near SE 107th Ave. and SE 111th Ave
  • New sidewalk (south side) east of SE 110th/111th Ave

Project Funding

$3.1 million from Portland City Council’s 2015 general fund allocation for road safety