ODOT works to address safety concerns on I-5 and the local street network in the Albina neighborhood with the Greeley Ramp-North Banfield Section Study.
ODOT studies and publishes the Greeley Ramp-North Banfield Modified Concept.
ODOT publishes the Freeway Loop Study.
ODOT studies and publishes the I-5: I-84 to I-405 Design Workshop Concept Report.
ODOT, PBOT and BPS initiate a Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC) to co-develop land use and transportation concepts for the N/NE Quadrant.
The SAC holds 9 public events, 3 briefings to the Oregon Transportation Commission (OTC), 19 stakeholder meetings and 13 subcommittee meetings to develop recommendations for the N/NE Quadrant and I-5 Broadway/Weidler Interchange Plans.
Metro adopts the project in its 2014 Regional Transportation Plan.
ODOT publishes further analysis of the I-5 Broadway/Weidler Interchange Plan.
Oregon legislators pass House Bill 2017 “Keep Oregon Moving” which partially funds the I-5 Rose Quarter Improvement Project. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and ODOT initiate the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) environmental review.
City of Portland adopts the Central City 2035 Plan and 2035 Transportation System Plan which both include the project. In addition, Metro includes the project in its 2018 Regional Transportation Plan.
ODOT releases the NEPA Environmental Assessment (EA) and holds a 45-day comment period.
ODOT issues notice of intent to award a Construction Manager/General Contractor and releases the Cost to Complete Report. The Federal Highway Administration issues a Finding of No Significant Impact for the I-5 Rose Quarter Improvement Project joined with a Revised Environmental Assessment, marking completion of the environmental review phase.
ODOT releases an updated design package that reflects community input from the Environment Assessment and informs the work of the construction team.