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SE Flavel Street Sidewalk Project: 84th to 92nd Avenue

The Portland Bureau of Transportation constructed new sidewalks on SE Flavel Street make it safer to walk to the MAX Green Line, the I-205 multi-use path, the Springwater Corridor, as well as shops and restaurants on 82nd Avenue.
Completed June 2018
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Project Background

PBOT and East Portland community members celebrated this and two other completed sidewalk projects on June 22, 2018. The projects, funded by the Fixing Our Streets program, closed critical gaps in sidewalks along SE Flavel Street, NE 102nd Avenue and SE 112th Avenue and added 16 new ADA-compliant curb ramps. By closing the gaps between existing sidewalks, the project created a full 2.25 miles of streets in East Portland with complete sidewalks on both sides on the street. The result is safer access for neighborhood residents to schools, public transit, and work.

SE Flavel: 84th to 92nd map extents

View all projects on the Fixing Our Streets interactive map.

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