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Preparing for upcoming onstreet parking changes
PBOT is continuing work on the SE 162nd Ave Safety and Access to Transit Project. Construction crews installed parking signage in January 2023 on SE 162nd between SE Powell and SE Division. However, parking will not be regulated until Spring of 2023 when the final striping stage of the project is complete. Temporary bags are covering the signs until then.
On-street parking spaces are being removed near crosswalks, bus stops, and approaches to streets that intersect SE 162nd Ave in order to improve visibility.
To prepare for the upcoming changes, click on a map below to see what the new on-street parking rules will be in the area.
The white areas in the maps below will have on-street parking on SE 162nd:
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In 2018, TriMet added new bus service (line 74) on 162nd Ave. The goals of the 162nd Avenue Safety and Access to Transit Project are:
- Improve pedestrian crossings near transit stops
- Increase safety through street design and reduce illegal speeding
- Enhance bicycle facilities
To accomplish these goals, the project will:
- Build 3 new pedestrian street crossings serving TriMet’s new Line 74 bus stops, and 4 that service people crossing the street to access shopping or schools.
- Reduce vehicle travel lanes to create new places to cross the street and discourage illegal speeding.
- Add sidewalk where it is missing, street lighting at new crossings, and enhancements to existing bike lanes.
Pavement paving was also added to this project in Fall 2020. SE 162nd between SE Division Street and SE Powell Boulevard will be paved as part of this project thanks to the Fixing Our Streets gas tax.
Explore the traffic speed and volume data that supports this project:
View 162nd Avenue Project Presentation to Centennial Community Association
$700,000 from TriMet Federal Transit Administration 5307 funds, $1,000,000 from House Bill 2017 funds, $4,300,000 from Fixing Our Streets.