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Central City in Motion

CCIM timelineA cultural and economic hub for the state, Portland’s Central City is growing rapidly. By 2035, the Central City’s population is projected to triple and the number of jobs area will increase by 40 percent. As the Central City and our economy grows, more people and businesses are using our existing streets, sidewalks and transit systems.

To accommodate more users on our existing street system in a way that provides affordable transportation options, we need to invest in the Central City’s transportation network. Central City in Motion is Portland’s plan for strategic investments in our streets to create a smart, 21st century transportation system in the Central City. Our goal is to make the entire street system work better, providing more predictable travel times for businesses and residents.

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Project Summary

An introduction to Central City in Motion.

Technical Advisory Committee

Agendas, notes, and materials from TAC meetings

Central Eastside Design Charrette: Meeting Summary

Summary of a 4/24/17 meeting focused on active transportation, the Green Loop, and preserving the Central Eastside's industrial character held in partnership with the Central Eastside Industrial Council and the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability.

Central City 2035: Proposed Street Classifications map

View the Proposed Street Classification Maps for the Central City that will be the starting point for Central City in Motion

Project Boundary

Map of the project boundary for the Central City Multimodal Project

Get Involved

Provide input and learn about opportunities to engage with the Central City Multimodal Project

Project Overview Presentation

PowerPoint presentation introducing the Central City Multimodal Project