Driving north-south between the Clackamas River and the Columbia River east of I-205 is not always easy. The public is invited to help change that with a few minutes of their time in the next couple of weeks.
The Clackamas to Columbia (C2C) Corridor project is working to ensure that that travel in that area east of I-205 will be more efficient, smoother and safer in coming years – even with the increased population expected in the area.
Clackamas County is working with Multnomah County and the City of Happy Valley, with the City of Gresham as lead, to make this happen, and would like public input on what projects are most important. To learn more and share your priorities, go to https://openhouse.jla.us.com/c2c. Input will be used to help set project priorities in the north-south roadway corridor for the coming years.
The open house is available through Wednesday, August 5. More information is at https://greshamoregon.gov/Clackamas-to-Columbia-Corridor.