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Clackamas Regional Center Pedestrian and Bicycle Connection Project

Purpose:  Create safe pedestrian and bicycle connections between the Clackamas Regional Center Max Green Line light rail station and major area employers and services by working with the community to identify and prioritize safe pedestrian and bicycle connections in the area.

Description:  The Clackamas Regional Center is the hub of commercial development activity, employment and services in Clackamas County.  In September 2009, TriMet began providing light rail service to the area with the Green Line, which brought more pedestrians and cyclists.  The identification of barriers to pedestrians and bicyclists in the area is critical and necessary to improve the environment for people walking and cycling.

Outcomes:  Recommend pedestrian and bicycle improvements and code amendments to:

Project Area: Clackamas Regional Center area from Causey Avenue/I-205 west to Fuller Road, south to just south of Harmony Road, east past I-205 (including the area just south of Sunnybrook Boulevard) and SE 97th Avenue, and north to Sunnyside Road and Causey Avenue

Funding: The project is funded by a grant from the statewide Transportation and Growth Management (TGM) Program, through the Oregon Department of Transportation. 

Timeframe:  February 2011 - June 2012

Team Leaders:  Clackamas County and the Oregon Department of Transportation 

Public Involvement:  The public is involved in a number of ways including through outreach to the Southgate, Sunnyside and North Clackamas Citizen Planning Organizations; a Project Advisory Committee; a Project Web Site; and briefings and public hearings before the Clackamas County Planning Commission and Board of Commissioners.

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