The City of Bend is implementing temporary restrictions to through-traffic on pop-up Neighborhood Greenway routes to facilitate typical neighborhood greenway functions for a slow-speed, low-traffic shared roadway environment. Pop-up neighborhood greenway streets have temporary restrictions of through-traffic and are located on neighborhood greenway routes that are either already constructed, were planned for construction later this summer/fall, or are on the city’s planned network of neighborhood greenways. The City Manager, as the Road Authority is restricting traffic on these streets to "Local Traffic Only" and will post signs on some, but not all, of these streets (signage will be limited as much of the city’s signing and barricade inventory is being utilized to support COVID-19 testing and other construction projects). Not all intersections or accesses will receive city-led signage; signage will be prioritized for routes with higher through-traffic. This initiative was implemented because opportunities for outdoor recreation and fitness have been reduced by closures, causing concentration of people on remaining trails and fields which risks physical contact and close proximity. The city can select several segments of the planned neighborhood greenway network to create opportunities for outdoor recreation and fitness by creating routes that can support the ability to maintain 6 to 10 feet separation.