2 Meeting Agenda Project Recap Project Update Summary of Workshop #3 Concepts Overview of Tech Memo 7.1 Work Session to Select and Refine Concepts for Further Review Public Comment Period Next Steps Key Goal: Identify 3 Most Promising Roadway Alignment Alternatives
5 Project Purpose Statement The purpose of this project is to effectively address the 172nd-190th corridor congestion and safety problems, serve future north-south traffic, serve expected population growth in Damascus, Happy Valley, the Pleasant Valley Plan Area and Gresham, and to serve the growing demand for regional travel.
Future Transportation Conditions (2035) Analysis Findings * Subject to change - further analysis needed.
Project Evaluation Criteria Vehicular Mobility Multi-Modal Mobility Local Access Multi-Modal Safety Impacts to Natural Environment Impacts to Built Environment Land Use Compatability Cost (Construction Only) Aesthetic Character
Use “Notes” Section of Your Handout to Provide Feedback Today’s Goals are to: 1) Narrow the Alignment Concepts to 3 Most Promising Alternatives 2) Provide Suggested Refinements to the 3 Most Promising Alternatives
Next Steps Process Feedback from PAC, Virtual Workshop #4, and Public Workshop #4 PMT to narrow the 5 Corridor Alignment Concepts Down to the 3 Most Promising Alternatives for Further Review Report back to PAC and the public regarding the PMT’s recommendations for concepts to be further reviewed in the next round Open House on July 13th, 2011 to review and comment on preferred corridor