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Portland City Council approves Foster Road plan

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Thursday, June 12, 2014

The City Council unanimously approved a $5.25 million plan that would improve safety along Foster Road between SE Powell Boulevard and 90th Avenue.

The street, a four-lane corridor that’s seen its share of crashes and pedestrian deaths, hosts a cadre of both older-line and newer businesses.

"We have an ambitious goal of providing the vibrant and distinctive neighborhoods along the Foster Road corridor with safe streets and walkable communities,” said Commissioner Steve Novick, who oversees the transportation bureau, in a release. “Today we moved forward with implementing the fruit of this labor.”

Read more at Portland Business Journal 

 

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