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The Columbia/ Lombard Mobility Corridor Plan is a plan to address safety, mobility, and access for freight, active transportation, and public transit both along the corridor (east/west) and across it (north/south). The project area runs from Interstate Avenue to I-205 with a buffer area to include parallel routes. The project began in January 2019 and is expected to go to City Council in summer 2020.
A report on Existing Conditions can be downloaded here or by clicking the image of the report, and a summary of the report can be found here. The Existing Conditions report highlights current conditions and issues on and near the corridor.
You can download the Existing Conditions Appendix A (Policy Review) here.
Thanks to everyone who took the online survey and noted issues on the online map during the months of May and June 2019. We had more than 750 people provide responses, and more than 1,500 comments on the online map. In addition, feedback was solicited through door-to-door engagement, tabling events, and presentations to various stakeholder groups. You can find a summary of the public involvement activities that have been conducted so far in this Public Involvement Summary document. Additional public engagement is being scheduled for the Fall, where projects will be shared for feedback and comment. More information will be shared soon, sign-up for the email list to be notified.
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NE Columbia Blvd and NE Lombard St, running parallel on opposite sides of the Kenton Line railroad, are vital links in the regionally-identified mobility corridor running east and west between the I-5 and I-205 freeways. According to the Regional Transportation Plan, mobility corridors should function well as a whole for all modes of transportation, though different modes may be prioritized to a greater or lesser degree on different facilities within the corridor. Due to aging infrastructure, gaps and deficiencies in the multimodal network, growing traffic congestion, major safety issues, and longer commuting distances, the Columbia/Lombard Mobility Corridor is not functioning as well as it should for the freight, transit, and active transportation modes that our policies tell us should be high priorities. All users would benefit from improvements that would enhance mobility and access, provide greater connectivity, and reduce conflicts.
The proposed Columbia/Lombard Mobility Corridor Plan will identify, develop, and prioritize improvements that would make multimodal transportation and freight movement safer and more efficient along the corridor. Specifically, the proposed plan will include the following scope elements:
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Last updated: 07.01.2019
Report on Existing Conditions Along and Near the Columbia and Lombard Corridors
Summary of Public Involvement Activities Through August 2019
Downloadable and printable information about the Advisory Group.
Espanol Columbia Lombard Plan Informacion
Agendas, notes, and materials from SAC meetings