HOP Neighborhood Greenway: Gateway Transit Center to NE 128th Avenue on NE Holladay, Oregon and Pacific

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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is constructing a neighborhood greenway to link the I-205 Gateway area and NE 128th Avenue, providing a key connection between the 100s Neighborhood Greenway and the 130s Neighborhood Greenway.

Complete Summer 2020
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What's happening now?

This project is substantially complete. 

Project Background

PBOT creates neighborhood greenways to connect neighborhoods, schools, parks, jobs, commercial centers, transit, and other destinations in the city of Portland. This greenway will serve as a vital link to significant facilities and spaces in East Portland. 

Project Components

Proposed project elements include: 

  • Bike lanes and pavement markings
  • Wayfinding signage
  • Speed bumps
  • Tree planting
  • Crossing improvement at the intersection of NE Pacific St. and NE 102nd Ave. 
  • Crossing improvement at NE Holladay St. at NE 122nd Ave. 

PBOT will also improve two unimproved road segments: 

  • NE Oregon Street between 110th  and 111th avenues 
  • NE Holladay Street between 118th and 119th avenues
HOP Neighborhood Greenway before improvements
HOP Neighborhood Greenway before improvements: NE Oregon and 110th Avenue looking east
HOP Neighborhood Greenway after improvements
HOP Neighborhood Greenway after improvements: NE Oregon and 110th Avenue looking east

Project Funding

The total budget is $1.5 million. $552,000 is allocated from Fixing Our Streets, a voter-approved 10-cent gas tax for fixing streets and making them safer. Additional funding comes from transportation system development charges (known as TSDCs).

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