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South Waterfront Greenway Trail April 19, 2017


AGENDA 1. Project Schedule 2. Project Background 3. Public Feedback 4. Current Design


PROJECT SCHEDULE


OVERALL GREENWAY DESIGN PROCESS 2004

2016

2017

TBD

Previous Work

Current Phase

Future Work

The 2004 Greenway Plan established design guidelines for the greenway.

Develop a concept design based on previous plan guidelines.

Public process to create detailed design.

Enable future greenway documentation and construction.

Construct the greenway!


CURRENT PHASE TIMELINE JULY 2016

SEPT 2016

DEC 2016

APR 2017

JUNE 2017

Outreach Phase 1

Outreach Phase 2

Outreach Phase 3

Outreach Phase 4

Goals

Goals

Goals

Goals

• Identify key stakeholders for the project

• Share design options with community

• Reflect understanding of community feedback

• Reflect understanding of community feedback

• Understand community needs and assumptions

• Receive and understand community feedback

• Present “Final” design

• Identify opportunities and challenges

• Use feedback to refine design options

• Document Final Concept Design (10% Design). Including:

• Receive feedback

• Alignment of bike and pedestrian paths • Location,scale and program of public gathering areas • Tree, shrub and groundcover planting areas • Landscape materials


PROJECT BACKGROUND


PREVIOUS PLANS


2004 GREENWAY DEVELOPMENT PLAN

UPDATE STUDY AREA


SOUTH WATERFRONT CONTEXT A ROSS ISL

M A QU AR M GE ID BR AY W N E E GR G IN T S E XI

CR OS

E ND BRIDG

TI LIK UM

ROSS ISLAND

SI NG

D E S O P O PR

EXISTIN G GREE NWAY

ON I T EC N CON

NORTH DISTRICT

CENTRAL DISTRICT

SOUTH WATERFRONT


T C U 5 D TE VE IA A A V T S Y R R D BO O R O IN T E A M H SW

ZIDELL & OHSU PLANS 2017 T GROV ER S T REE

MA

NS MO COM

RQ UA M BR ID GE

BRIDGE PARK

HERITAGE PARK

MEADOW PARK

TI LI KU

Y A W N E E R G

Y D STU

EA R A

M BR ID GE

RIDGE ROSS ISL AND B

0

100 200

400 SCALE IN FEET

800

N


PROJECT VALUES 1. Ensure a clean and healthy river for fish, wildlife, and people 2. Enhance livability, through multi-modal transportation, safety and recreation opportunities 3. Encourage a harmonious relationship between the river’s natural functions and people 4. Restore the river’s fish and wildlife habitat 5. Enliven and beautify the district through high-quality design 6. Incorporate City equity strategies 7. Ensure the plan is practical, feasible and implementable 8. Be a regional amenity with unique river access 9. Provide opportunities for education, interpretation, art and history


PUBLIC FEEDBACK


EXISTING SITE

R IN T E

S

CT U D A VE I A V DY BOR O R O A M H SW

5 TAT E

MA

T GROV ER S T REE

• UP TO 100’ WIDE • 6.9 ACRES • FROM THE SLIPWAY TO THE MARQUAM BRIDGE • IMPORTANT CONNECTION IN GREENWAY NETWORK

RQ UA M BR ID GE

’ 0 0 1,2

TI LI KU M BR

M

R

GE

W

A ILL

E T T E

E V I R

ID

BRIDGE ROS S ISL A ND

700’

’ 5 2 1,0

0

100 200

400 SCALE IN FEET

800

N


ALTERNATIVES

THE BURSTS

THE BRAIDED RIVER THE RIVER TERRACES


PUBLIC SURVEY FEEDBACK 57% 48%

43%

40%

33% 26% 17%

19%

THE BURSTS

THE BRAIDED RIVER

17%

THE RIVER TERRACES


T C U 5 D TE VE IA A A V T S Y R R D BO O R O IN T E A M H SW

COMPOSITE OF FEEDBACK T GROV ER S T REE

OHSU COMMONS

MA RQ UA M

MEADOW PARK

BR ID GE

HERITAGE PARK

EXISTING WATER ACCESS

BRIDGE PARK

SECONDARY GATEWAYS

TI M BR ID GE

W

KU

RIVERBANK PLANTING

A ILL

LI

RIDGE ROSS ISL AND B

PRIMARY WATER ACCESS

GATHERING SPACES

M

E T T E

E V I R

R

0

100 200

400 SCALE IN FEET

800

N


CURRENT DESIGN


THE GREENWAY TODAY


THE GREENWAY VISION


CONNECTION • Connect the west side greenway. • Provide separate, dedicated paths for pedestrians and bikes.

OPEN SPACE

• Create a unique park amenity along the Willamette River.

ECOLOGY

• Expand the riparian wildlife habitat


CONNECTION


CONNECTION

S E C AC

12’

A I R T S E D E P E D I W

K N A B F O OP T O T S

H T A NP

12’

E D I W

H T A P E K I B

0 1 M U M I N MI

R E F F U ’B


T C U 5 D TE VE IA A A V T S Y R R D BO O R O IN T E A M H SW

CONNECTION T GROV ER S T REE

MA RQ UA M BR ID GE

TI LI KU M

LEGEND

BR ID GE

RIDGE ROSS ISL AND B

BIKE PATH PEDESTRIAN PATH SHARED PATH CROSSING

0

100 200

400 SCALE IN FEET

800

N


PATH MATERIALS

BIKE PATH USES BITUMINOUS ASPHALT

PEDESTRIAN PATH USES WARM COLORED CONCRETE WITH PERPENDICULAR JOINTS CENTRAL DISTRICT, PORTLAND


OPEN SPACE


OPEN SPACE

V

R E IV R HE T F O S W IE

V I S S A P

N O I T A E R C E ER

C I L B U P

E C A P S G N I R E H T A G


OPEN SPACE BANK PLANTINGS BANK PLANTINGS TILIKUM CROSSING UNDER-BRIDGE TILIKUM CROSSING MOUNT HOOD

1 ROSS ISLAND

1

2

UNDER ROSS ISLAND BRIDGE

3

4

5


OPEN SPACE MATERIALS

CENTRAL DISTRICT, PORTLAND


ECOLOGY OAK OPENING

WESTERN HEMLOCK/ FIR FOREST

MIXED CONIFEROUS/ DECIDUOUS RIPARIAN FOREST DECIDUOUS FLOODPLAIN FOREST

PRAIRIE

SHRUB-SCRUB WETLAND HERBACEOUS RIPARIAN EDGE 10 YR FLOOD

UPLAND OAK OPENING

CASCADIAN FOREST

FLOODPLAIN MOSAIC TYPICAL WILLAMETTE HABITAT

TYPICAL GREENWAY SECTION

GREENWAY EASEMENT

2014 PLANTING


ECOLOGY


ECOLOGY

EX

K N A B R E V I R D E D PAN

IV T NA

IV T NA

S E E R ET

L P E

R E F F U B N I G IN T AN


T C U 5 D TE VE IA A A V T S Y R R D BO O R O IN T E A M H SW

ECOLOGY T GROV ER S T REE

MA RQ UA M BR ID GE

TI LI KU M

LEGEND

BR ID GE

RIDGE ROSS ISL AND B

EXISTING RESTORATION PLANTING NEW RESTORATION PLANTING (5 ACRES)

0

100 200

400 SCALE IN FEET

800

N


T C U 5 D TE VE IA A A V T S Y R R D BO O R O IN T E A M H SW

PREFERRED PLAN T GROV ER S T REE

MA RQ UA M BR ID GE

TI LI KU M BR ID GE

RIDGE ROSS ISL AND B

0

100 200

400 SCALE IN FEET

800

N


THANKS!

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South Waterfront Greenway Trail - North Reach  

Design Options - As presented at the public meeting held on February 7, 2017.

South Waterfront Greenway Trail - North Reach  

Design Options - As presented at the public meeting held on February 7, 2017.