Applications now available for Community Advisory Committee We are currently recruiting interested community members to serve on an advisory committee. The committee will help shape the project design and recommend […]
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The Oregon Transportation Commission Thursday sent on an important cost study of the Rose Quarter project to the Oregon Legislature, and set in motion a number of efforts to more […]
Come talk with us at local events this summer We are actively working with our federal partners to review and respond to the public comments received during the Environmental Assessment […]
Over the past year and a half, the Oregon Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration, in partnership with the City of Portland, have been conducting an environmental study, […]
The public comment period is open from February 15 – April 1, 2019 at 5 p.m. Over the past year and a half, the Oregon Department of Transportation and the […]
For more information, contact Don Hamilton, 503-704-7452, email@example.com PORTLAND – The Oregon Department of Transportation and the City of Portland invite the public to comment on the environmental assessment findings […]
The I-5 Rose Quarter Improvement Project will complete some necessary safety improvements on I-5, which requires removing and rebuilding the bridges crossing over the highway. In the planning process the project team […]
Imagine a Rose Quarter area where people walking and biking can comfortably cross a bridge designed just for them; where getting from the Broadway Bridge to the Lloyd Center feels less daunting; where your daily commute on bike or foot is safe and reliable. This project creates new connections across I-5 and more space for people walking and biking, so everyone can travel more safely and conveniently through the Rose Quarter area.
Three Interstates (I-5, I-84, and I-405) intersect in the short distance between the Morrison Bridge and the Fremont Bridge in northeast Portland, creating the biggest bottleneck in the state of […]
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