Storm damage recovery

Sidewalk Infill: SE Washington St: 80th-82nd

Engineering And Design
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is infilling sidewalk along the south side of SE Washington St from SE 80th Ave to 82nd Ave and closure of several driveways. The project is funded by Fixing Our Streets and Civil Rights Education and Enforcement Center (CREEC).
Example of previous PBOT sidewalk infill project on SE Ramona
Construction scheduled for late summer/early fall 2024.
Businesses Affected

What’s happening now?

(Updated Oct 2023)  This project is in the design phase which began in March 2023. The project is wrapping up 60% design phase and will soon begin 95% design.

Project Background 

This project includes construction along the south side of SE Washington Street from SE 80th Ave to 82nd Ave.  The project will construct curb-tight sidewalk, remove the existing temporary transit platform, update 3 ramps to be ADA-compliant, build a curb extension at the NE corner of 80th and SE Washington, mark a crosswalk at the east leg of 80th & Washington, and close several driveways on SE Washington Street.

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Project Timeline

Project Planning Oct 2020- Jan 2021
Project Development Feb 2022- Mar 2022
Project Design Jun 2022- Apr 2024
Construction Jun/Jul 2024

Public Involvement

Sep 2023- Site visit with business owner
May 2023- Called impacted businesses
April 2023- Sent letters to impacted businesses

Project Funding

This project is funded $600,000 from Fixing Our Streets and $275,000 from Civil Rights Education and Enforcement Center (CREEC). The Fixing Our Streets $0.10 per gallon fuel tax was approved by voters in May 2016 and again in May 2020. Due to a settlement with CREEC, PBOT has an agreement to deliver 1,500 ADA-compliant curb ramps per year for 12 years.

Project paid for by Fixing Our Streets. Your dime at work.