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Portland Bureau of Transportation

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

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

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WELCOME TO OUR ONLINE OPEN HOUSE!

Online engagement now open until Feb. 28, 2017

Review recommended projects and provide your feedback!

  1. Learn about the GTC Plan and planning process by visiting our online story map. Click here and scroll to reveal the story.

  2. Check out the draft project recommendations for each of the study area corridors.

  3. Provide your feedback. Take our brief online survey here.

The survey deadline for public input that can be reflected in the draft plan closed on Feb 13. To allow more time for input we are extending the survey opportunity to provide comment on project priorities through Feb 28. However, the additional input we gather after Feb 13 may not be reflected in the initial draft plan due to timing. We will review this input and consider it as we collect feedback on the draft plan and make revisions to reach a Recommended Plan, which staff will presented to City Council for adoption this Spring.


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Join our email list to receive periodic plan updates including links to project documents as they come available and public involvement opportunities for the duration of the project (NEW estimated completion March 2017). You may unsubscribe at any time by clicking "unsubscribe" on any of our emails, or by sending an email to GTCPlan@portlandoregon.gov


The GTC Plan covers three different bus line corridors, spanning 14 neighborhood associations, and 5 school districts with a high concentration of
Limited English Proficiency communities who speak Spanish, Russian, and Vietnamese.

Engagement so far has included the following activities: 

    • Developed a interested parties email list with 497 contacts
    • JOIN, Montavilla Neighborhood Association and Oregon Walks: Community Walk near NE Halsey/80th and 82nd MAX station: October 26, 2015
    • Targeted postal mailing for survey and open house invitation: 23,000+ residences and businesses via US Postal Service mail carrier routes around study area corridors. Key information on the flyer was translated into Spanish, Russian and Vietnamese, including a number to call to request interpreters. See Appendix A.
    • East Portland Neighborhood Association News (EPNAN) advertisement for survey and open house: printed newsletter delivered to approximately 58,000 addresses in East Portland around April 15, 2016. Paper flyer handout for distribution through CAG members, interested parties and canvasing. See Appendix B
    • Sent 10 interested parties emails (so far) with updates about the Plan and engagement opportunities throughout the planning process
    • Facebook advertising for online survey: PBOT, Apr. 4 – Apr. 17; TriMet, Apr. 27 – May 4 in 2016
    • Facebook advertising for open house: Apr. 19 – Apr. 26 in 2016
    • Email to the BPS Planning District Liaisons, ONI and the plan interested parties list with an encouragement to forward the announcement to their distribution lists.
    • TriMet emails to line 20, 77, and 87 riders by zip code and to TriMet Rider Panel by zip code.
    • Rose City Park Neighborhood Association: Partnered with BPS for targeted engagement to resolve neighborhood concerns about Comp Plan up-zoning: January 21 and February 18 of 2016 (plus flyer door-to-door canvassing in the neighborhood for event outreach)
    • East Portland Youth Advocates: Feb. 4
    • Portland Commission on Disability, Accessibility in the Built Environment Committee: Feb. 8
    • Drive Oregon event at the Rosewood Initiative: Feb. 16
    • Companion Animal Resource Fair at the Rosewood Initiative: Feb. 28
    • Juvenile Court Safety Committee: Mar. 3
    • Bus line 87 rider intercept surveying: Apr. 15
    • Pedestrian Advisory Committee: Apr. 19, Dec. 20
    • Bicycle Advisory Committee: Jan. 10, 2016
    • Multnomah Education Service District (MESD) brown bag: June 8
    • Ran an online survey with 698 responses
    • Floyd Light Middle School: GTC Plan Open House: Apr. 26
    • MESD Wellness Summit: Parkrose High School: Aug. 22
    • East Portland Neighborhood Organization: Jan 2016

 

Updated 02/14/17


Line 87 - Airport Way

Draft project recommendations.

Line 77 - Mid-Halsey

Draft project recommendations.

Line 20 - Outer Stark-Burnside

Draft project recommendations.

BUỔI OPEN HOUSE LẦN CUỐI

THỨ TƯ NGÀY 25 THÁNG 1, 2017 (Open house flyer Vietnamese)

ÚLTIMA REUNIÓN PÚBLICA

MIÉRCOLES 25 DE ENERO DE 2017 (Open house flyer Spanish)

ЗАКЛЮЧИТЕЛЬНЫЙ ДЕНЬ ОТКРЫТЫХ ДВЕРЕЙ

СРЕДА, 25 ЯНВАРЯ, 2017 Г. (Open house flyer Russian)

Final open house (flyer)

Jan. 25, 2017 (Open house flyer English)

Funding sidewalk & street improvements

RCPNA & PBOT Land Use + Transportation Open House 02.18.16

Types of potential City-funded projects

RCPNA & PBOT Land Use + Transportation Open House 02.18.16

60th Ave potential changes + improvements

RCPNA & PBOT Land Use + Transportation Open House 02.18.16