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Comment on pedestrian improvement projects at two open houses

The Pedestrian Crossing Improvements and 188th Avenue and 195th Avenue online open houses are open through Nov. 6.
Media release

Participate in two separate online open houses for pedestrian improvement projects through Nov. 6.

Pedestrian Crossing Improvements

We plan to improve pedestrian crossings at these three intersections:

  • 185th Avenue and Pike Street
  • Garden Home Road and 84th Avenue
  • Beef Bend Road and Peachtree Drive

Rectangular Rapid-Flashing Beacons (RRFBs) will be installed at these locations to alert drivers of the presence of bikes and pedestrians crossing the street. RRFBs are crossing signals with flashing lights that turn on when a pedestrian presses a button.

Graphic saying 'Pedestrian Crossing Improvements Online Open House'

We expect construction to begin in spring 2023. Visit the Pedestrian Crossing Improvements online open house to learn more.

188th Avenue and 195th Avenue

We’re working on two projects to connect sidewalks in the Aloha area.

  • 188th Avenue from Kinnaman Road to Blanton Street 
  • 195th Avenue from Keena Court to Farmington Road

Improvements include the construction of new sidewalk and protected pedestrian crossings. We expect construction to begin in summer 2023. Visit the 188th Avenue and 195th Avenue online open house to learn more.

Graphic for 188th and 195th Pedestrian Improvements Online Open House

The projects featured in both open houses are funded by the Urban Road Maintenance District. Contact Washington County Department of Land Use & Transportation at 503-846-7800 or [email protected] with questions. 


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