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The PEG reviewed preliminary Level of Service (LOS) recommendations and continued their discussion of the Working Draft Part 1.
The PEG will discuss a proposed trail program and their recommendations on the Working Draft Part 1.
The meeting focused on TriMet’s approach to service enhancement and how frequent transit and streetcar service is a key tool in planning for future growth in the City.
The PEG will spend the majority of the meeting discussing the Working Draft Part 1.
The PEG will receive an update on the Working Draft of the Comprehensive Plan, and will learn about and discuss frequent and high capacity transit.
The PEG reflected on the November equity workshop; discussed freight's role in meeting economic development goals; and received an informational briefing on new apartments and parking.
The PEG will discuss green infrastructure and flexible street standards.
PEG members reviewed a presentation on local and regional demographics and a presentation on a health equity framework. They then prioritized areas to focus future PEG work.
The PEG discussed green connections, integration of bikeways and greenways, and green infrastructure.
The PEG will discuss a network of green connections proposed in the Portland Plan, integration of the Portland Bicycle Plan, and green infrastructure.
PEG reviewed and discussed an introduction to transportation planning, then identified priority policies and areas to focus future PEG work.
Meeting will include a presentation on local and regional demographics, review of a health equity framework, and prioritization of areas to focus future PEG work.
Meeting will include an introduction to transportation planning and a discussion of priority policies and areas to focus PEG work.
Meeting will include a review of the PEG Charter, proposed future meeting topics and related Portland Plan directions.
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