Weigh In: Help Shape Washington County’s Transportation Future

Pedestrians at the busy intersection of SE 82nd. Avenue and Powell Blvd. Nov. 22, 2013. © 2013 Fred Joe / www.fredjoephoto.com

Photo, Courtesy of Oregon Metro. © 2013 Fred Joe / www.fredjoephoto.com

How will we get around in 40-50 years? This is the question posed in Washington County’s Transportation Futures Study. Share your thoughts on what transportation investments we’ll need and how the County could grow in their online open house. The County needs your input on “what’s missing,” project priorities given funding limitations, and areas that require deeper investment.

Our communities will grow with your active involvement and input on topics such as complete sidewalks, regional trails, protected bike lanes, and light rail across Washington County, as well as safe ways to cross highways and large intersections.

Engage now to make Washington County safer for walking, biking, and riding public transit. Voice your opinion, and submit comment in the final phase of the Washington County Transportation Futures StudyBe part of the conversation, and voice your opinion online today for the Washington County Transportation Futures Study!

Complete the survey by December 2nd, and be entered to win your choice of a one-year TriMet pass or a gas card or bicycle credit of equivalent value ($1,100).


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