Category Archives: Land Use

October Transportation News

North Tabor Neighborhood Association’s October Transportation News from Terry Dublinski-Milton, your Transportation and Land Use Chair! Our goals are moving forward, even if the wheels of government move slowly. In October, the newly elected board of the North Tabor Neighborhood Association approved two very important documents. The first is a letter joining our support with

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North Tabor Land Use/Transportation Agenda: October 14th meeting

This Land Use/Transportation meeting has been split from a Land Use-specific meeting to take place on October 7th. This meeting will take place from 6:30-8:00pm at Laurelhurst Cafe. This is a secondary meeting focused entirely on transportation issues with maps being available. The proposed agenda is as follows: 1) Halsey Redesign. Let us discuss, and

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North Tabor Land Use/Transportation Agenda: October 7th meeting

The Land Use/Transportation Committee meeting will be split this month to make room for several subjects that will need plenty of time. This meeting will focus upon Land Use and will take place on October 7th from 6:30-8:00pm, at the Laurelhurst Cafe (4611 E Burnside St). A Transportation-specific meeting will take place on October 14th,

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Update on pedestrian crossing at 53rd and Burnside

Though the project end date has already passed, we haven’t seen the new HAWK beacon crossing hardware installed on E Burnside and 53rd (though the bike lane and updated curbs look great!). Land Use & Transportation chair Terry Dublinski-Milton reached out to PBOT for an update, and this is what he received back: “There is

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East Burnside Safety Project construction begins early October!

Changes are coming to East Burnside (between 14th and 32nd Avenues) this fall. Keep an eye out for striping changes and grind-down areas throughout the fall and winter (or choose alternate routes via Sandy and Glisan). You can keep up with the project(s) on the East Burnside Transportation Safety Project website here. PBOT haven’t forgotten

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