Category Archives: Transportation

General Meeting, Thursday, January 30th at 7pm

The Piedmont Neighborhood Association will hold it’s quarterly January meeting this Thursday, January 30th at 7pm. The meeting will be held at the June Key Delta Community Center (5940 North Albina St. – just south of Peninsula Park). Hear are … Continue reading

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Full Median at Michigan Ave and Rosa Parks Way

Members of the Piedmont Neighborhood Association recently met with the PBOT project manager of the Michigan Ave Neighborhood Greenway project, Ross Swanson, to talk about some continuing problems with cut-throughs on the greenway from driver’s trying to avoid traffic on … Continue reading

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Lombard Re-Imagined!

Lombard Re-Imagined is a community effort to develop a vision for a better Lombard Street.  Swift Planning Group, a team of Portland State graduate students, have partnered with several North Portland neighborhood associations (including Piedmont) on this effort that will focus on how the … Continue reading

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Lombard Blvd Study

The project would consider problems and solutions for North Lombard Street roughly between NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. and N Washburne Ave. North Lombard is designated a “main street” in the Metro 2040 Growth Concept, and it is also US 30 … Continue reading

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Meeting for Greenway Project Tomorrow Night

Bryant-Holman Connector Neighborhood Greenway Safety Project Meeting Thursday, Aug. 11th 6-8 pm Rosemont Court Community Room 597 N Dekum Street Tomorrow night, Thursday, Aug. 11th the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will host the first of two open house meetings to … Continue reading

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What’s happening on Rosa Parks Way?

As you’ve walked, biked and drove through the neighborhood this summer you’ve probably noticed a lot of construction activity on Rosa Parks Way. The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is working on a project to extend a 6-foot wide bike … Continue reading

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Stencil Workshop at Bryant Street Pedestrian Bridge

This past Saturday Brian Borrello and Teigo Dejerk hosted a neighborhood workshop on paint stencils for the eventual redesign of the Bryant Street Pedestrian Bridge ramp and cul-de-sac.  About 15 people came and cut out designs then spray painted them … Continue reading

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