Above: I-5 Rose Quarter logo
Aerial photo of Interstate 5 and the Rose Quarter
I-5 Rose Quarter Improvement Project holding
Community Walk & Ride on Saturday at 10 a.m.
People with disabilities, pedestrian advocates, bicyclists and others have an opportunity to join project team members and share ideas about transportation improvements to Interstate 5 on Saturday, October 7, from 10 a.m. to noon in the Stingray Cafe, 240 N. Broadway. Input on the I-5 Rose Quarter Improvement Project’s purpose, need and range of alternatives is necessary to help shape the project’s design and federally-required environmental study.
The I-5 Rose Quarter Project relates to the area between I-84 and I-405 and to local streets near the Broadway-Weidler interchange in Portland. Its purpose and need was identified as part of ODOT’s I-5 Broadway-Weidler Facility Plan and the City of Portland’s N/NE Quadrant Plan based on public and stakeholder input and was approved by the Oregon Transportation Commission and Portland City Council in 2012. Click to see the draft purpose and need [http://i5rosequarter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/I5RQ_DRAFT_Purpose_and_Need.pdf].
Further information is also available on the I-5Rose Quarter Project’s website [http://i5rosequarter.org].