Bike It! is a full-color, full-size, water resistant map with the entire county on one side and the urban area of the county on the other side. The map has lots of information to help bicyclists pick the best routes, whether for work or recreation. The map also includes 10 suggested recreation rides. Learn more about the Bike It! map.
Reporting Problems in Bike Lanes
To report debris or a problem with a bike lane, call 503-557-6391 between 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Walk & Bike The Villages at Mt. Hood Planning Project
A year-long project to identify and promote safe travel options for the communities of Welches, Wemme, Zigzag, Rhododendron and Brightwood, and surrounding areas.
- Recommended Draft Plan, June 2016
- Table of Contents/Executive Summary
- Chapter 1: The Villages at Mt. Hood
- Chapter 2: Proposed Projects in The Villages
- Chapter 3: Funding and Grant Opportunities
- Appendix 1: Policy and project-related language for Clackamas County Comprehensive Plan
- Appendix 2: Public workshop #1 results and public survey results
- Appendix 3: Additional comments from ODOT
- Appendix 4: Stakeholder interview summary
Monroe Neighborhood Street Design Plan
Working with the community to improve safety for walkers, bicyclists and motorists on this neighborhood street that connects downtown Milwaukie with northwest Clackamas County and the Clackamas Town Center
- Monroe Neighborhood Street Design Plan Report, Draft
- Table of Contents / Chapter 1: Project Purpose and Background
- Chapter 2: Existing Conditions / Chapter 3: Analyzing Project Alternatives
- Chapter 4: Monroe Neighborhood Street Design Plan
- Chapter 5: Creating the Plan / Chapter 6: Implementation and Funding / Chapter 7: Appendices
- Appendix A: Policy Framework
- Appendix B: Safe Routes to School Action Plan (to be added later)
- Appendix C: Alternatives Analysis Report
- Appendix D: Existing Conditions and Needs
- Appendix E: Traffic Summary
- Appendix F: Planning Level Costs
Clackamas Regional Center Pedestrian and Bicycle Connection Project
Clackamas County and the Oregon Department of Transportation are leading a project to create safe pedestrian and bicycle connections between the Clackamas Regional Center Green Line light-rail station and major area employers and services.
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