Imagine a Rose Quarter area where people walking and biking can comfortably cross a bridge designed just for them; where getting from the Broadway Bridge to the Lloyd Center feels less daunting; where your daily commute on bike or foot is safe and reliable. This project creates new connections across I-5 and more space for people walking and biking, so everyone can travel more safely and conveniently through the Rose Quarter area.
Several features of this project will help create a more comfortable travel experience for those who walk and bike in the Rose Quarter area.
- A new bike- and pedestrian-only bridge over I-5, from NE Clackamas Street to N Ramsay Way, will improve access between popular destinations and encourage Portlanders to feel more comfortable traveling by bike or on foot.
- New covers over the highway where bridges cross over I-5 will provide space for wide sidewalks, separated bike lanes and new community spaces.
- A new crossing between N Hancock and N Dixon will include space for separated bicycle and pedestrian paths while improving east-west connections to the Lower Albina neighborhood.
- New, upgraded pedestrian and bicycle paths in the area of Broadway/Weidler and Vancouver/Williams will make for safer, more comfortable travel in the area.
Learn more about how planned improvements can make biking and walking safer in the Rose Quarter area.