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The Networks PEG will explore the role of public infrastructure networks – including active transportation, green infrastructure and stormwater management systems – in the City’s future growth and land use. This PEG may consider policies and investments to integrate planning and design of sustainable stormwater and active transportation networks to provide cost-effective infrastructure that meets multiple community objectives. It may also explore policies to create a citywide greenway network of trails and pedestrian- and bike-friendly green streets by aligning investments in active transportation, green infrastructure and sustainable stormwater systems. The PEG may also consider policies to guide the design of major streets, and streetcar and light rail corridors so they become distinctive civic places that serve Portland’s future multi-modal mobility needs and are models of ecological design. (Implementing the Equity Framework and Healthy Connected City strategy of the Portland Plan)
Roster, contacts, proposed topics and general meeting schedule for the Networks Policy Expert Group
Background materials, proposals and other documents related to Networks
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