According to PBOT: “Please be aware that Halsey will be ground down and re-striped starting on September 16th from 60th – 70th. The work is supposed to last for two weeks and will result in a two-lane roadway east of 60th, converting existing pro-time parking to full-time parking.” Last May outreach was done that this
Thanks to some citizen involvement and some quick work by PBOT, we have some new stop signs at the intersection of NE 63rd Ave. and Oregon St. The unprotected intersection has been a problem in the past, especially since NE 63rd is a direct route north from Glisan into “the pocket” south of the Banfield.
[Update as of 8/21/14] PBOT has informed us that they moved the location of the crossing at Fred Meyer, which is now slated to be constructed this fall to facilitate truck turns and deliveries. They have aligned it at the corner of the alleyway to the south and will look and feel intuitively similar to the
At this week’s NTNA the following letter prepared by the Land Use & Transportation committee was approved by the full board: “As board members, residents and local businesses of the North Tabor Neighborhood Association, we are optimistic that the Comprehensive Plan Update will facilitate beneficial growth, yet we want to see new development that is
Here are notes from October’s visioning event: neighbors’ concerns, hopes, and possible solutions. These notes were compiled by Ashe Urban during the event. Concerns 1. Providence not represented at NTNA meetings + Parking issues (++) 2. Infill issues (subdivided lots/ predatory developers) (+) 3. Lack of (substantial) parking requirements 4. Not enough business activity-No Main