NE Rodney Greenway Project Open House, on April 1st.

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The Portland Bureau of Transportation will be hosting an open house event to finalize the design recommendations for the NE Rodney Neighborhood Greenway Project on:
Wednesday, April 1, ’15
6 – 8 PM
Immaculate Heart Church/ 2926 N Williams Ave
 
 
This will be the second of two open house events to review and comment on proposed improvements needed to make NE Rodney Ave between Broadway and Killingsworth a safe and convenient neighborhood greenway street for bicycles and pedestrians.  Key issues include crossing safety treatments at major arterial crossings, such as NE Fremont and NE Russell, and traffic calming.  The Rodney Greenway Project is funded through a grant received from the Oregon Department of Transportation’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Program in conjunction with the N Williams Traffic Safety Project.
 
Questions:  Please contact Rich Newlands, Project Manager
 

 

KNA to meet this Wednesday: Agenda

King Neighborhood Association – General Meeting
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 6:30pm
Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods
4815 NE 7th Avenue, Portland, OR

Agenda

6:30 Introductions, approval of agenda and minutes

6:45 Clean Water Portland Presentation on the proposed fluoridation of the water supply

7:15 Kirstin Walter – Intersection Repair Project @ NE 6th & NE Going

7:25 OLCC Bill Language / 7-11 Good Neighbor Agreement

8:00 Adjourn

Public Meetings to Discuss “Respectful Traveling” on Williams

From PBoT:

Dear North Williams Community Members,

This summer, the City of Portland will run a special educational campaign to encourage safe and respectful traveling on North Williams.

While discussions about changes to the roadway continue as part of the North Williams Traffic Safety Project, we have heard loud and clear from the community that how people interact with one another while traveling up North Williams is just as important as engineering, and that conditions on the street feel dangerous today and should be addressed as soon as possible.

Please come to a special brainstorming meeting to answer these questions:
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