Comments for “Corridor 7 - Milwaukie to Clackamas Regional Center”

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  1. Stringio

    Added February 22 2014

    SE Monroe St.

    This is a great loop route I frequently use already and highly suppport. Great way to get from Milwaukie to Happy Valley and vice versa

  2. Stringio

    Added February 21 2014

    Railroad Path

    This would make a lovely secondary route with access to employment areas

  3. Stringio

    Added February 21 2014

    SE Monroe St.

    Great direct east-west route

  4. Stringio

    Added February 21 2014

    Railroad Path

    A dedicated bike/ped track alongside Railroad Ave. will create a viable and safe route between two light rails lines, the Orange in downtown Milwaukie and the Green at Clackamas Town Center. It will allow safe access to Clackamas Community College, the Aquatic Center, and the 3-Creeks Natural Area.

  5. Stringio

    Added February 19 2014

    SE Monroe St.

    Great!

  6. Stringio

    Added February 18 2014

    SE Lake Rd - Harmony Rd

    Other alternatives are better. Lake Road has adequate facilities (except at intersection with Harmony/Linwood).

  7. Stringio

    Added February 18 2014

    SE Monroe St.

    For E-W routes, this is best for bikes/peds since it carries a lower volume of traffic and less freight than King.

  8. Stringio

    Added February 18 2014

    Linwood Ave.

    Great N-S alternative to using 99E or 82nd. This is a necessary route. The street could also use some improvements (curb and gutter, sidewalks, bike lanes.) Connects nicely with Springwater Trail.

  9. Stringio

    Added February 18 2014

    Railroad Path

    Great, flat route! High train speeds and frequency, so adequate separation and vegetative buffering is important.

  10. Stringio

    Added February 16 2014

    SE Monroe St.

    This is the best route mainly due to lower traffic volumes. It could be improved by turning south at SE Maplehurst Rd, which connects nicely to Causey at Harmony Dr. Has a more pleasant rural character and again lower traffic roads.

  11. Stringio

    Added February 13 2014

    SE Monroe St.

    A neighborhood greenway on SE Monroe is a very exciting/necessary step for connecting Milwaukie residents to jobs, schools, and shopping. One suggestion: the route should stay on Monroe east of 72nd.

  12. Stringio

    Added February 12 2014

    Sunnybrook

    are you sure this is bike accessible?

  13. Stringio

    Added February 11 2014

    Railroad Path

    There is not much clearance to build a trail under 82nd Ave here, not much space between stream and bridge abutment. Stream crossings may be tricky in this area too. Consider opportunities for stream enhancement along with trail if possible, as some portions of creeks are more like ditches that cross back & forth under RR.

  14. Stringio

    Added February 11 2014

    Sunnybrook

    Maybe just omit 93nd Ave. Go straight to I-205 path instead.

  15. Stringio

    Added February 11 2014

    SE Lake Rd - Harmony Rd

    I rarely ride the route. Some have bike lanes. Some have none. It is a hit and miss route. Safer connections from Milwaukie Express overpass to Linwood Ave. Add bike lane or sharrows on missing parts between Rowe School to Downtown. Lower speed limit. Make safer for Rowe students to ride on bikes.

  16. Stringio

    Added February 11 2014

    Railroad Path

    I wont ride on Railroad Ave itself from SE 37th to Linwood Ave due to narrow FAST road. Path would be best bet. From Linwood Ave to 82nd bike lane is okayish. I would not comfortable riding on Sunnyroad Road from 82nd to I-205 due to heavy traffic and turning.

  17. Stringio

    Added February 11 2014

    Linwood Ave.

    I rarely use this route. From King Ave to JCB has almost no shoulder. Wider shoulder would be helpful/safer. Not bad route tho. Need a 4 way stop at Monroe Ave. By the way I often use Witchita Ave from King to JCB to reach the Springwater Trail instead of narrow Linwood.

  18. Stringio

    Added February 11 2014

    SE Monroe St.

    it is my preferred route going to mall or Milwaukie Downtown. It is somewhat less busy than King Ave. I would like to see more bike sharrows on Monroe Ave. Need a 4 way stop at SE 47th/SE Garrett as eastbound drivers tends to go faster on downhill. Also need another 4 way stop at Linwood Ave. At times it takes forever to try to cross due to heavy traffic on Linwood. Need wider shoulder/lane on tight curves at Monroe/72nd and Thompson/72nd. It is close to elementary school. Kids deserve safer roads.

  19. Stringio

    Added February 11 2014

    SE King Rd

    this route is at times busy. From SE 34th Ave to Milwaukie Downtown is tight and busy especially at Milwaukie Expressway and King Ave. I rarely go that route. I prefer to use Monroe route. Somewhat less busy. From SE 34th to SE 82th it is okayish. Busy during rush hours. Due to few light traffic lights/signs, it can be hard to go across King Ave. Sometimes I have to wait long time till the street is open enough to go across the street safely. Drivers at times do not stop at crosswalk (at Home Ave). I think eastbound drivers cant see the crosswalk strips till they are top of the hill. I think person activated yellow flashing device would be helpful. Maybe add 2-3 similiar crosswalks on different intersections on King for ex SE 37th Ave, Stanley Ave, and SE 77th. I know this area well because I live in Hector Campbell neighborhood.

  20. Stringio

    Added February 11 2014

    Railroad Path

    This is a very much needed route. It is the obvious route for a lot of folks to get to the CRC but is completely dangerous to ride or walk. I would do the section north of Monroe and along railroad ave and then paralleling Harmony and out to the Town Center

  21. Stringio

    Added February 11 2014

    Linwood Ave.

    This is another critical route that should be safe for kids to walk to school and anyone to cycle, it is one of the few North/South routes in the area and should connect with that portland has going to the North

  22. Stringio

    Added February 11 2014

    SE Monroe St.

    This is an important route, it should be safe for cyclists and pedestrians alike. It should be relatively inexpensive to do and could be done in such a way as to maintain the almost rural feeling of the street.