Thank you for your interest in Building a Better 82nd! PBOT’s Building a Better 82nd Project includes near-term Critical Fixes and the Civic Corridor Investment Strategy in coordination with Metro and TriMet and in collaboration with the 82nd Avenue Community Coalition.
Critical Fixes: Near-term Safety & Maintenance Improvements
Coming soon! Major Maintenance Project draft concept design & online survey
The Critical Fixes: Major Maintenance Project is currently in the design phase. In March, we’ll share a draft concept design and invite you to participate in an online survey. As part of this survey, property owners and business owners will be able to share access needs for specific properties and/or businesses, and the public will also be able to share comments on the draft concept design.
We’ll send a link to the Major Maintenance Project draft concept design and online survey in an upcoming e-newsletter.
Civic Corridor Investment Strategy
82nd Avenue Corridor Atlas now available
The Corridor Atlas outlines the history and current conditions of 82nd Avenue. The Atlas overviews past planning efforts and policy background. It also includes information about demographics, destinations, and infrastructure along 82nd Avenue.
- This spring PBOT will be hosting an online open house to share information and receive community feedback. Dates will be announced soon.
- Wednesday, March 22, 6:00-8:00 p.m. | Building a Better 82nd Avenue Community Advisory Committee Meeting. Location to be determined.
82nd Avenue Transit Project
Metro is working closely with TriMet, PBOT, and community-based organizations to decide on future investments that support transit along 82nd Avenue.
82nd Avenue Community Coalition
Throughout the public engagement process, PBOT will be working alongside the 82nd Avenue Coalition. Convened by Oregon Walks, Verde, Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO), and Unite Oregon, this coalition is made up of people and organizations that live, work, and play along 82nd Avenue.
For More Information
If you have a question or concerns, contact the project team using the email or phone number below.
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