The Public Works Department Transportation Division’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Capital Improvement Program (BPCIP) is a ten-year plan guiding transportation investments. Each BPCIP prioritizes a list of sidewalk, bike lane, and enhanced crossing projects throughout the City of Hillsboro.
The current 2010-2019 BPCIP has supported many important projects to improve bicycling and walking in the City of Hillsboro, including:
- Sidewalks on:
- SE 18th Avenue from Maple to Oak.
- NE 37th Avenue from Main to Brogden.
- SE Alder Street from 11th to 18th.
- SE 11th Avenue from Alder to Maple.
- SE 24th Avenue from Alder to Maple.
- NE Grant Street from 18th to 24th.
- Sidewalk and bicycle improvements on:
- SE Cedar Street from 32nd to Brookwood.
- NE Jackson School Road from Grant to Evergreen.
- SE Golden Street from Brookwood to Imlay.
- Construction of hundreds of new Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant pedestrian ramps, many in high priority locations.
- Installation of Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFBs) to support pedestrian crossings on:
- SE 24th Avenue at Alder.
- SE 21st at Spruce.
- E Main Street at 8th.
- E Main Street at 37th.
- NE 28th Avenue at Brogden.
- NE 28th Avenue at Hyde.
The Transportation Division is in the process of developing the next ten-year plan. When the plan is finalized, it will be posted on this webpage.
The BPCIP currently has an annual budget of approximately $1.5 million. Additional funding is also anticipated through the recent State Transportation Funding Package. The City of Hillsboro’s fiscal year budget includes additional information.
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