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From: Ellen Rogalin, Clackamas County Department of Transportation & Development, 503-742-4274


Clackamas County

Media and Interested Parties

Public invited to comment on ways to improve travel options in the Clackamas Regional Center area

The public is welcome to visit an online open house from Oct. 26 to Nov. 9 to learn more about, and comment on, Clackamas County’s planning project to improve travel options around the Clackamas Regional Center.

Informational tables about the project will also be set up at various times at the Clackamas Town Center Transit Center, North Clackamas Aquatic Park and Clackamas Community College – Harmony Campus from Oct. 26 to Nov 9. Additional tables may be set up at different sites. Details are available online.

Through this Clackamas Regional Center Connections project (CRC Connections), Clackamas County is working with the community and other partners to support the Clackamas Regional Center area as a vibrant community where everyone can travel safely and smoothly on foot, on a bicycle, in a bus or in their own vehicle.

The Clackamas Regional Center area, located between the cities of Milwaukie and Happy Valley in northwest, unincorporated Clackamas County, is a major regional hub for commercial development, business and jobs. Many people live and work there, as visitors flock to the area to shop at Clackamas Town Center, attend to their health needs at Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Center, take classes at the Clackamas Community College – Harmony Campus, and a myriad of other reasons.

More project information is available online.

For more information, members of the media and public may contact Project Manager Abbot Flatt at 503-742-4533.


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