This project, on NE 72nd between Sandy and Killingsworth, will provide better access for pedestrians and people biking, and reduce traffic and vehicle speeds on NE 72nd Ave. The project also includes safer crossings at busy intersections. Between NE Killingsworth Street and NE Prescott Street, new sidewalks and bicycle paths will safely connect residents to neighborhood stores, schools, and parks.
PBOT project manager, David Backes, will join the April RNA meeting to share a project overview and answer questions about the project.
The presentation will be from 7-7:40 on Zoom and precede the RNA’s general community monthly meeting. Full meeting agenda will be posted by April 6.
[The following was posted at "Nextdoor", the neighborhood social network. This is a powerful networking tool and can be accessed from the link at left. Submitted by Erik Carr, RNA board president].
As many of you know, Roseway Neighborhood Association has been gathering feedback related to traffic and safety related concerns in our neighborhood. We’ve received over 40 comments so far, collected at the July RNA general meeting and the Roseway Park Blocks Social in August. Thank you!
Here is one last opportunity to share your comments and concerns before we summarize all of the feedback and start working with PBOT and Portland Police Traffic Division on neighborhood wide solutions. Please follow the format below and be concise with your comments. Your participation and feedback are very much appreciated!
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