Read the Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway Plan Report here. The plan was developed after years of engagement with neighbors, community groups and organizations along the corridor to help identify the preferred route and design for a neighborhood greenway.
The Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway Project will expand the citywide low-stress walking and bicycling network in Northeast Portland by creating a safe and pleasant place to walk or bike to employment centers, neighborhood destinations, schools, and nearby parks.
What's happening now?
Construction at NE 7th Avenue and Tillamook Street is ongoing. In November 2022, we will be adding new wood poles for lighting at the intersection of NE 7th Avenue and Going Street and NE 9th Avenue and Prescott, Going, Webster and Killingsworth streets.
How to use the new intersection
- People walking or rolling:
- People travelling by bike:
- Westbound on NE Tillamook Street and northbound on NE 7th turning westbound (left) onto NE Tillamook Street will be able to use either the protected intersection, the buffered bike lane, the green bike box and then the green striped crossbike; or those comfortable riding in-lane may turn from the travel lane, as indicated by a shared lane marking (sharrow);
- Northbound on NE 7th Avenue will be able to use the buffered bike lanes and the protected intersection to go straight through or turn right onto the south leg of NE Tillamook Street;
- Southbound on NE 7th Avenue and eastbound on NE Tillamook Street will be able to use the buffered bike lanes and use either the marked crosswalk; or those comfortable riding in-lane may turn from the travel lane, as indicated by a shared lane marking;
- People connecting to the Blumenauer Bridge will be able to use new buffered bike lanes connecting from NE Tillamook Street to the existing bike lanes south of NE Weidler Street.
- People driving will need to drive more slowly due to the new speed bumps and the slow speeds planter. They will also be alerted to people walking, biking or rolling by the four new high visibility crossw
NE 7th Ave will be closed to vehicles at NE Tillamook St for four to six weeks.
- NE 7th Avenue Northbound will be closed to drivers at San Rafael Street.
- NE 7th Avenue Southbound will be closed to drivers traveling at NE Tillamook Street.
- NE Tillamook Street Eastbound will be right turn only onto NE 7th Avenue for local access. Drivers traveling east on NE Tillamook Street from NE Martin Luther King Boulevard should exercise caution as they approach the work zone.
- NE Tillamook Street Westbound will be closed at NE 7th Avenue.
What’s next after construction?
After completion of these Phase 1 improvements, PBOT is committed to seeking funding for the Phase 2 recommendations outlined in the Lloyd to Woodlawn Neighborhood Greenway Plan Report. In addition, PBOT last week committed to neighbors along the lower portion of NE 7th Avenue that discussions about traffic management on the street would continue. This will consist of monitoring traffic volumes, speeds, and crashes after completion of the Phase I improvements, and may include follow-up mitigation if necessary. Additional future changes to NE 7th Ave would require PBOT to re-engage the broader community to ensure that such an outcome would work for users along the entire corridor and reflect the priorities of historically disadvantaged communities.
The project is funded by $522,000 from the Fixing Our Streets initiative and $1,478,000 from Transportation System Development Charges.