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Portland Bureau of Transportation

We keep Portland moving

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204

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Construction Funding- Grants

The Bureau of Tranpsortation has submitted an application for grant funding to the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP).

To learn more about the program and how you can provide comments in support of the project's grant application, please click on the webpage link below.

http://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/TD/TP/pages/stip_guide.aspx#What's_Changed_in_the_2015-2018_Process?

May 7, 2013

Regional Flexible Funds Grant information

Opportunity for Public Comment

Improve your community – Weigh in on transportation projects starting May 8

Do you have thoughts on how to improve transportation in your community? Help us decide which bike, pedestrian, transit, road and freight projects to fund in your area and throughout the region. Through the Regional Flexible Funds program, Metro and cities across the Portland metropolitan area are working to select among 29 locally proposed projects and we want to hear from you. Which projects meet the needs of your community? How could the projects be improved?

From May 8 through June 7, Metro will be taking comments to help make a decision on which local projects to fund. We’ll also be asking for feedback on region wide programs as well as projects that support regional economic opportunity.

Project descriptions will be provided in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese and Russian.

Provide your comments at a public hearing

Thursday, May 30, starting at 5 p.m.

Metro Council Chamber

600 NE Grand, Portland, OR 97232

For more information:

www.oregonmetro.gov/rffa

The Regional Flexible Funds program includes funds from three federal programs and is allocated every two to three years. During the current three-year cycle, the flexible funds program has approximately $94.58 million available for area projects ranging from regional trails to major road improvements. A final decision on which projects to fund will occur this fall.

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