TriMet OMSI to Clinton Bike Design

Safely connects neighborhood bicycle boulevards to the new Tilikum bridge, the region's LRT and OMSI.

Quick Facts

  • Incorporates state-of-the-art features, such as buffered bike lanes, cycle tracks, paths, and bike signals to create a safe, low-stress corridor


  • Creates an attractive and safe connection to transit stations along the PMLR line and Portland’s Central Eastside and downtown employment centers

  • Connects neighborhood bicycle boulevards to the new Willamette River Tilikum transit, bicycle, and pedestrian bridge, the regional trail network, and OMSI

Our Work

  • Designed 2,000 feet of a multi-use path, a bicycle boulevard, and crossing improvements along the Portland to Milwaukie Light Rail line

  • Designed treatments that enhance pedestrian and bicycle safety adjacent to light rail

  • Effectively led the steering committee—made up of personnel from TriMet, the City of Portland, Metro, and design team members—through the comparison of alternatives and selection of the final design

  • Provided critical and comprehensive information that enabled the stakeholders to make confident design decisions

Nice work on the Clinton to River project piece. I know it’s been a long process with lots of meetings and discussions. Thank you for the great attitude and creative thinking.

—Amy L. Fandrich, PE, SE Portland Design Lead
TriMet Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Transit Project

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