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60s Neighborhood Greenway: Mt. Tabor to Springwater Corridor Trail

Engineering And Design
The Portland Bureau of Transportation will create the 60s Neighborhood Greenway to establish low-stress neighborhood streets that are great places to walk, bike, roll, and play. This north-south greenway will connect destinations in the South Tabor, Mt. Scott-Arletta, Foster-Powell neighborhoods.
Two people biking
Construction planned to begin Fall 2024

What's happening now? 

This neighborhood greenway is in the design phase.

The project will include:

  • Installing speed bumps and wayfinding signage
  • Painting sharrows
  • Improving visibility as needed at intersections by pulling on-street parking back from corners
  • Signage and striping improvements at intersections:
    • SE Foster at SE 67th Ave
    • SE Harold at 67th Ave
    • SE Woodstock Blvd at 67th Ave
    • SE Duke St at 67th Ave
    • SE Flavel at SE 68th Ave
    • SE Harney at 72nd Ave
    • SE Division at SE 64th Ave is scheduled to be constructed by Trimet at a future date. PBOT staff is providing feedback on designs for an updated crossing at 64th and Division, currently planned to be part of TriMet’s Powell-Division Safety and Access to Transit project.  As with most capital projects right now, construction estimates are coming back high and TriMet is looking to fund as much of the Powell-Division Safety and Access to Transit project as it can.  

Traffic diversion is not planned on this greenway due to low vehicle volumes. 

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Project Maps

60s greenway route between SE Division Street and SE Harney Street

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A note for screen reader users

PBOT understands that the maps above are not screen reader accessible and we are working toward a permanent solution.  Due to the complexity of the information the map provides and the currently available map platforms at the city, we ask for your patience while we work on a technology-based solution.  As we work toward providing that level of accessibility, please contact elisabeth.rickles@portlandorego… to reach PBOT staff who can assist you to get the data you need from the map.   You can also contact PBOT’s ADA Coordinator at or at 503-823-5703. Thank  you for your understanding and patience.

Project paid for by Fixing Our Streets: Your dime at work.



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