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East Portland Active Transportation to Transit Project (EPAT): 130s Neighborhood Greenway and SE Division 101st to 143rd Pedestrian Enhancements

Transportation
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This project is constructing new sidewalks, ADA-accessible corner ramps, and signalized pedestrian crossings on SE Division Street between SE 101st and SE 143rd. It is also constructing the 130s Neighborhood Greenway between the I-84 multi-use path and the Springwater Corridor Trail.
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What's happening now?

This project is substantially complete.  

Project background and description

The project is installing the 130s Neighborhood Greenway which will provide a north-south bicycle connection between the I-84 multi-use path and the Springwater Corridor Trail.  See the map below for the alignment of this neighborhood greenway.  

East Portland Access to Transit Bikeway Route Map
East Portland Access to Transit Bikeway Route Map

On SE Division, improvements include:

  • constructing new sidewalk (where missing) between SE 101st and SE 143rd
  • new ADA-accessible corner ramps and driveways
  • three signalized pedestrian crossings at SE 115th Avenue, SE 132nd Avenue, and SE 139th Avenue and Division Street.
East Portland Access to Transit SE Division St Sidewalk Infill Limits Map
East Portland Access to Transit SE Division St Sidewalk Infill Limits Map

Project funding

$6.2 million ($4.2 million in federal funds, $1.4 million in Transportation System Development Charge funds, and $600,000 in State Gas Tax revenue)

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