OR99W/SW Barbur Blvd Area Sidewalk Infill Project

Transportation
Engineering And Design
This project includes a multiuse path and two areas of sidewalk infill where sections of the sidewalk network are missing. Corners in both areas within the project improvements will be brought up to current ADA standards.
Construction Fall 2022
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What’s happening now?

This project is currently in the design process. 

PBOT will make improvements along SW Custer Drive from Capitol Hill Road to SW 13th Avenue. Sidewalk will be added along the north side of SW Custer Drive to provide a continuous pathway for walking, rolling, and strolling.

PBOT will also make improvements to SW 26th Avenue from the I-5 Underpass to Taylors Ferry Road. SW 26th Avenue will be repaved, and we will add a multiuse path for people walking and bicycling along the east side of SW 26th Avenue. Pedestrian and bicycle connectivity will be added through the SW 26th Ave and SW Barbur Ct intersection and will be completed after ODOT's I-5 bridge improvement project over SW 26th Avenue. Improvements include bicycle facilities, crossings, and upgraded ADA curb ramps.

PBOT is coordinating with the Oregon Department of Transportation to deliver full connectivity along SW 26th Ave. Multiple construction projects will include replacing the I-5 bridge over SW 26th

Project Components

The two project areas include:

  • SW Custer Drive from Capitol Hill Road to SW 13th Avenue
    • Sidewalk infill along the north side of SW Custer Drive to provide continuous sidewalk. 
  • SW 26th Avenue from the I-5 Underpass to Taylors Ferry Road
    • A multiuse path for people walking and bicycling along the east side of SW 26th Avenue. SW 26th Avenue will also be repaved. 
A multiuse path on the east side of SW 26th Ave.
A mother, child and cyclist utilize a multiuse trail alongside new paving.

*Rendering is shown for visualization purposes only. Final design may change slightly and aesthetics to be determined.  

Construction Impacts

Construction schedule coming soon.

  • Parking will be permanently removed along the west side of 26th Avenue to allow space for the multi-use path. 

  • Along SW 26th Avenue, single lane closures may take place during construction and will be signed and flagged appropriately.

  • SW Custer will have limited impacts. Brief access restrictions during active construction. 

Project Map Overview

A map of SW Barbur Project

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Project Funding

$1,938,487