The 82nd Avenue Coalition and Metro are hosting a series of neighborhood-specific conversations along 82nd Avenue. Come join us at Woodmere School on June 15th!
We know 82nd Avenue is changing. We aim to convene interested neighbors to discuss their current views about 82nd Avenue and their hopes for the future. It is also an opportunity to meet others who share a common interest in the future of the neighborhood.
We know you’re busy, so dinner is provided! This is a family-friendly event with child care: bring your kids! Translation services will be available.
Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) wants your input to shape the future of 82nd Avenue. Visit the Building a Better 82nd Avenue Online Open House and take the survey to help us understand your priorities for future investment.
Critical fixes are coming soon and your voice can reaffirm community priorities for the next $105 million of investment. As the open house launches, PBOT are recruiting 18 community members for the Building a Better 82nd Ave Community Advisory Group (CAG). Volunteers will help the project team engage with the community to make 82nd Avenue better for all. Applications to the advisory group are due September 8.
Traffic Advisory:A smoother street is coming to SE Foster Road between 101st and 111th avenues starting May 23
(May 19, 2022) Paving work begins Monday, May 23 on SE Foster Road between 101st and 111th avenues, as part of the Portland Bureau of Transportation’s (PBOT) ongoing street maintenance program. The work is expected to last approximately three weeks, with work occurring between 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
In total, PBOT crews will grind down and repave approximately 1.9 lane miles of pavement.
The road design will generally remain in its current configuration, but PBOT will be adding buffers along the existing bike lanes. To ensure there’s enough buffer between the vehicle travel lanes and the new, safer bike lane, on-street parking will be removed along the south side of SE Foster Road, between the Springwater Corridor crossing and SE 110th/111th Avenue. Additionally, PBOT crews will be evaluating and constructing curb ramps and crosswalks to meet ADA standards at the following locations: SE 102nd Avenue, SE 103rd Avenue, SE 103rd Place, Springwater Corridor, and SE 107th Avenue.
The traveling public is advised to expect delays while repairs are being made. We ask the public to travel slowly and cautiously in our work zones, observe all detours and directions by reader boards and flaggers, and use alternate routes if possible. Watch this video for tips on how to keep yourself and city workers safe when traveling through our work zones: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6-fcfaiRaA
This work is weather-dependent, and the schedule may change.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is the steward of the City’s transportation system, and a community partner in shaping a livable city. We plan, build, manage and maintain an effective and safe transportation system that provides access and mobility. Learn more at www.portland.gov/transportation
The City of Portland ensures meaningful access to city programs, services, and activities to comply with Civil Rights Title VI and ADA Title II laws and reasonably provides: translation, interpretation, modifications, accommodations, alternative formats, auxiliary aids and services. To request these services, contact the Portland Bureau of Transportation at 503-823-5185 or 311 (503-823-4000), for Relay Service & TTY: 711.