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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) led a planning process in coordination with TriMet to develop the Enhanced Transit Corridors Plan. This plan will help identify where transit priority, streamlining, and access treatments could be most beneficial on the planned TriMet Frequent Service network within the City of Portland. Such improvements can help make transit more attractive and reliable for people to get to work, school, and to meet their daily needs, especially for people who depend upon transit.
We received over 60 emails or letters in advance of the public hearing and 15 people testified in person during the hearing.
City Council held a Public Hearing on June 20, 2018 to:
Endorse a list of Enhanced Transit candidate project locations for submittal to the Metro Regional Enhanced Transit Concept Pilot Program to help advance project development
We need to do more to support transit in Portland.
As a part of the of the Enhanced Transit Plan, our consultant team developed an Enhanced Transit Toolbox. This Toolbox is a collection of potential capital and operational treatments that can be applied to improve transit performance or create safer, more predictable interactions with other travel modes. Learn more about the tools in the Capital/Operational Toolbox Memo.
Learn more and view the materials online here.
April Bertelsen, Senior Transportation Planner and Project Manager
Maps and List of Portland Candidate Project Locations for submitting to the Regional ETC Pilot Program
Presentation to City Council on July 13, 2017
This planning process is primarily focused on several bus lines that are part of the TriMet Frequent Service network.
Public Engagement and Event Details Here
Documents and Maps here