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SE 19th Avenue Neighborhood Greenway

Transportation
Completed
The SE 19th Avenue Neighborhood Greenway is a low traffic, “low stress” biking and walking route that runs north-south through the Sellwood-Moreland neighborhood.
SE 19th Avenue greenqay image of street
Complete Spring 2018
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Project Components

The greenway connects two segments of the Springwater Corridor multi-use path and offers a more comfortable alternative to biking on SE Milwaukie Avenue, SE 17th Avenue, or SE McLoughlin Boulevard. 

Components include speed bumps, shared roadway markings, and wayfinding signage on:

  • SE 19th Avenue (Linn Street – Reedway Street)
  • SE Reedway Street (19th Avenue – 20th Avenue)
  • SE 20th Avenue (Reedway Street – Insley Street)
  • SE Harold Street (20th Avenue – McLoughlin Boulevard)
  • SE Insley Street (20th Avenue – Milwaukie Avenue)
  • SE Mitchell Street (Milwaukie Avenue – 17th Avenue)

Northbound buffered bike lane on SE Milwaukie Avenue (Insley Street – Mitchell Street) - Requires on-street parking removal on west side of street

Southbound buffered bike lane on SE 17th Avenue (McLoughlin Boulevard – Insley Street) - Requires on-street parking removal on west side of street

Enhanced pedestrian/bicycle crossing at SE 19th Avenue and Tacoma Street 

  • Pedestrian hybrid traffic signal
  • Curb extensions

Enhanced pedestrian/bicycle crossing at SE 19th Avenue and Bybee Boulevard

  • Rectangular rapid flashing beacon
  • Reconstructed curb ramps

Enhanced pedestrian/bicycle crossing at SE Milwaukie Avenue and Mitchell Street

  • Rectangular rapid flashing beacon
  • Curb extensions and large refuge island

Project Funding

This project is funded by a mix of federal and local funds.

Planning Documents