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NE 122nd Ave Multimodal Safety and Access Improvement Project

Transportation
Engineering And Design
The NE 122nd Ave Multimodal Safety and Access Improvement Project will provide four new enhanced crossings to help meet crosswalk spacing guidelines and improve safety and access along NE 122nd Avenue.
Photo of a painted crosswalk with a median island and rapid flashing becon.

Construction 2025-2026

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Project Updates

Portland City Council voted to accept federal grants distributed by Metro through the Regional Flexible Funding Allocation (RFFA) program which includes $6.4 million for the NE 122nd Ave Multimodal Safety and Access Improvement Project. With funding approved, this project will continue to be developed by PBOT staff, before starting construction in late 2025 at the earliest.

Project Background

A high crash corridor, NE 122nd Avenue currently has long distances between safe pedestrian crossings. PBOT has received $6.4 million from Metro through the RFFA program to add four new enhanced crossings. Locations were selected based on public feedback and staff analysis from PBOT's comprehensive 122nd Avenue corridor plan and include crossings at or near:

  • NE Beech Street
  • NE Sacramento Street and Brazee Street
  • NE Broadway and Hancock Street
  • NE Wasco Street and Multnomah Street

Each crossing will include high visibility continental (zebra) crosswalk markings, streetlighting, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant curb ramps. Additionally, each crossing will be signalized with a Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFB) and medians, Pedestrian Hybrid Beacons, or half signals.