What's happening now?
Construction is complete!
The Flanders Crossing Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge is now open to the public! Visit the Flanders Crossing project website to learn more.
The NW Flanders Neighborhood Greenway Project connects Waterfront Park to Northwest neighborhoods and provides direct access to the new Flanders Crossing Bike and Pedestrian Bridge over I-405.
Play Go By Greenways: NW Gems
Looking for another reason to check out the new Flanders Crossing and NW Flanders Greenway? Play the Go By Greenways game! This new initiative from PBOT runs through July 6th and is a great way to explore the new greenway and bridge while winning cool prizes.
The Go By Greenways game is a scavenger hunt set up along the NW Flanders Greenway and beyond. Your goal? Search for gems hidden along the greenways, and text the code on the gem sign to be entered to win $500 to Fred Meyer, PBOT Transportation Wallets, or other great prizes!
Want to learn more? Visit GoByGreenways.orgfor the full details. See you on the greenways.
- Create a low-stress bikeway that connects Tom McCall Waterfront Park to NW 24th Ave
- Encourage more people living, working, and visiting NW Portland to walk and bike more often.
- Provide people of all ages and abilities a safe, comfortable place to bike in the central city.
- Provide people walking and rolling safer crossings at busy streets.
The project is funded primarily by Transportation System Development Charges.
PBOT constructed the Flanders Neighborhood Greenway project in coordination with the Flanders Crossing Bike and Pedestrian Bridge and the Bureau of Environmental Services' NW Flanders Sewer Capacity Project.
Flanders Crossing Bike and Pedestrian Bridge Project constructed a new active pedestrian and bicycle bridge over I‐405 at NW Flanders Street. The bridge connects the NW District and the Pearl District with a safer and more comfortable active crossing over I‐405.
NW Flanders Sewer Capacity Project replaced and upsized 540 feet of 130-year-old public sewer pipes in NW Flanders Street between NW 12th and 14th avenues. The sewer improvements increase sewer capacity, alleviate basement sewer backups and street flooding, and help protect public health and the environment.