BikePDOT

Completed Bike Lane Projects

The following projects may be of interest to area cyclists. For information about any of these, call the designated contact person or 503-823-CYCL where no contact person is listed.
Recently Completed Projects

    * SW Broadway (Burnside to Jefferson) Bicycle Lanes Completed as part of a street repaving project. Ride the Broadway Bridge all the way through downtown on a bike lane!
 
* SW 3rd Ave bike lanes and wheel gutter (SW Madison to Market) Completed as part of a street repaving project. Wheel gutter provides bike access to path through the Auditorium District.
 
* SW Bertha Court (Vermont to Capitol Hwy) Recently reconstructed, this segment will be striped with bicycle lanes when the weather allows. This roadway will provide a better connection from Vermont Avenue into Hillsdale.
 
 * NW Lovejoy (Broadway Bridge to 14th) Let us know how the streetcar platform "bypass" (eastbound near NW 11th) works for you.
 
* Columbia Slough Trail (N. Portland Road to Denver) Paved path along north bank of slough; also a bike/pedestrian bridge crossing and path through Columbia Blvd Wastewater Treatment Plant to Portsmouth bike lanes and Peninsula Crossing Trail
 
* N Portland Boulevard (Willamette to I-5) We restriped this one-mile segment to provide better bicycle connections between St. Johns and the Interstate MAX light rail line.
    * N Interstate Avenue (Rose Quarter to Kenton) With short gaps near the Portland Boulevard and Lombard light rail station areas, Tri-Metís Interstate MAX project rebuilt the street with bicycle lanes.
 
* NE Couch & Davis Streets (NE 72 to 32nd) Bicycle Boulevard improvements to these streets included changing stop signs to allow better flow of bicycle traffic. The project also included crossing refuges on 39th Avenue at both Couch and Ankeny Streets.
 
* SE Johnson Creek Boulevard (36th to 45th) This federally-funded reconstruction of Johnson Creek Boulevard added bicycle lanes to the roadway. This completed link now provides an on-street connection between the two completed segments of the Springwater Corridor via Spokane (or Umatilla) to the Tacoma Street overcrossing of McLoughlin Boulevard, along Johnson Creek Boulevard, to where it crosses the Springwater Corridor Trail near 45th Avenue.