10/10/17

82nd Avenue Improvement Plan Open House

The 82nd Avenue of Roses Implementation Plan Community Advisory Committee has proposed safety improvement ideas for the kinds of projects the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) and its partners might construct overtime, depending on funding identified.

You’re invited to join your neighbors for an 82nd Ave. Improvement Plan Open House on Saturday, October 21st where you can provide your  feedback on the “improvement scenarios” in order to best shape the final plan.  https://www.facebook.com/OregonDOT/posts/1496586630397132

If you are not able to attend the Open House and wish to provide your feedback, you may complete an online questionnaire by visiting www.82aveprojects.org. Please note, the questionnaire will become available Wednesday, October 11th  and will be live through Sunday, November 5th.

Date: Saturday, October 21st
Time: 10 a.m. to noon
Location: PCC Southeast Community Hall

07/16/17

The 82nd Ave Study: Understanding Barriers to Development

The city’s 82nd Avenue Study aims to better understand the barriers to development in the corridor. It is focused on engaging businesses and property owners and seeking their thoughts and ideas about near-and long-term change in the corridor. The Study complements the Oregon Department of Transportation’s 82nd Avenue of Roses Implementation Plan, but it is separately funded.

You can access a presentation about this study here.

To hear more about this study, project lead Radcliffe Dacanay of the Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability will be on hand at the September 11th meeting of the Foster-Powell Neighborhood Association to discuss the results of the survey and answer your questions.

02/26/17

Share Your Ideas for Improving 82nd Avenue at Four Walking Tours in March

Man with backpack crossing 82nd Avenue in Portland, Oregon

ODOT will hold four Saturday walking tours along 82nd Avenue next month to hear public ideas for improving the corridor.

The tours will help ODOT develop project improvements to address the most common issues in four focus areas on the busy highway. These future projects could include signal upgrades, new turning lanes, pedestrian islands, sidewalk upgrades, improved signage and/or rapid flash beacons.

The walking tours will cover the following four focus areas. All are welcome to attend:

  • South of Bybee – Saturday, March 4, 2017 – 10 a.m. meet at Blue Room Bar at Cartlandia, 8145 S.E. 82nd Ave., 97266, in English and Español.
  • Jade District – Saturday, March 4, 2017 – 2 p.m. meet at JADE/APANO Multicultural Space , 8114 S.E. Division St., 97206, in English, русский, 中文 and Tiếng Việt.
  • Roseway Neighborhood – Saturday, March 11, 2017- 10 a.m. meet at Namaste Indian Cuisine, 8303 N.E. Sandy Blvd., 97220, in English and Español.
  • Montavilla Neighborhood – Saturday, March 11, 2017- 2 p.m. meet at Flying Pie Pizzeria, 7804 S.E. Stark St., 97215, in English and Español.

For those unable to join in the walking tours, ODOT has an online survey in English (www.surveymonkey.com/r/82ndAveofRoses), Español (https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/82ndSpanish), tiếng Việt (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/82ndVietnamese), 中文 (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/82ndChinese), and Русский (https://ru.surveymonkey.com/r/82ndRussian).

Not too many years ago 82nd Avenue was a rural roadway on the outskirts of Portland. Today it has grown into a major corridor for commuting and commerce. The number of safety hazards have grown with the road.

ODOT is gathering input on safety, mobility, and access improvements for all people using 82nd Avenue between Northeast Killingsworth Street and Southeast Johnson Creek Boulevard. These projects could be feasibly funded and constructed within 10 years; however, no funds have been set aside at this time.

For more information go to the project web site, www.82ndaveprojects.org.

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