With wait times of up to an hour, officials said it’s common to see pedestrians and cyclists climbing over stopped trains at Southeast Milwaukie and 12th.
PORTLAND, Oregon —
If you’ve spent any time driving around parts of Southeast Portland, you know there’s one thing that can quickly derail your plans: stalled trains, seemingly just parked across the road.
At some of the area’s railroad crossings — most infamously Milwaukie and 12th Avenues, plus the nearby 8th Avenue — extended wait times of up to an hour or longer have long been a simmering frustration for drivers, pedestrians and other street users.
But help could be
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