Are you interested in issues affecting the Lower Albina, Rose Quarter and Lloyd District areas of the Central City? How about the I-5 freeway and how it impacts the area around the Broadway/Weidler interchange? Please join us at an open house for the N/NE Quadrant and I-5 Broadway/Weidler Plans.
N/NE Quadrant Project Open House
Thursday, February 2, 2012
4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Lloyd Center Mall
West end (near Nordstrom)
See the calendar for more info.
After extensive public input, the project team and Stakeholder Advisory Committee have developed a draft proposed concept for future land use, urban design and local transportation in the area, as well as options for proposed improvements to the Broadway/Weidler freeway interchange. At the February 2nd open house, these concepts will be on display and City of Portland and Oregon Department of Transportation staff will be on hand to answer questions, receive public feedback and discuss the project.
Learn more about and comment on:
Future direction for land use and urban form
Street design and connectivity
New parks and open space
Ways to incorporate green infrastructure
Safety and operational improvements for the Broadway/Weidler freeway interchange
This is a great opportunity to weigh in on the draft proposals and let the Stakeholder Committee know what you think. We hope you join us!
Other opportunities to get involved
Stakeholder Advisory Committee meetings are open to the public and offer a public comment period. Upcoming meetings include (see project calendar for details):
- January 19, 2012 This meeting will focus on the freeway component of the project. Staff will present a proposed hybrid freeway improvement concept and discuss outstanding issues to be resolved.
- February 16, 2012: This meeting will address both the quadrant plan and freeway components of the project. Staff will report on public input received at the February 2nd open house and seek Stakeholder Advisory Committee approval of the proposed concepts for the quadrant plan and freeway interchange project. The concept plans will then be used as a basis for developing more detailed proposals in the next phase of work.
For more information, please contact Stephanie Beckman (City of Portland) at (503) 823-6042 or firstname.lastname@example.org Todd Juhasz (ODOT) at (503) 731-4753 or email@example.com.