Planning and conservation › Transportation and land use projects
Discover how you can shape investments in transportation and travel options that build great communities and support local goals, economic development and the environment.
Local governments are collaborating on projects that cross boundaries in order to make the most of public investments. Find out more and get involved in projects working to improve your neighborhood, your commute and the regional transportation system.
Learn about the collaboration that is identifying transportation and other investments that will advance economic and community development.Go
Find out about the comprehensive planning effort to create livable and sustainable communities through integrated community investments in land use and transportation.Go
Oregon and Washington have proposed a Columbia River Crossing bridge project, and Metro is ensuring it provides light rail, safe bicycle access and enhancements for neighborhoods near Interstate 5. Learn about public comment opportunities in summer 2011.Go
Review the Final Environmental Impact Statement and Record of Decision. Construction is expected to run from summer 2011 to spring 2015.Go
Learn about efforts to develop a transit project that meets future travel demand between Lake Oswego and Portland, supports local and regional land use plans, and garners public acceptance and community support.Go
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Read Metro's updated policies that guide public involvement in transportation planning processes. These policies set standards for Metro and affect the eligibility of local projects to receive federal transportation funding.
Learn about the Regional Transportation Plan, the Portland metropolitan area's blueprint for a multi-modal transportation system.
Metro's Regional Travel Options program creates vibrant neighborhoods by creating more opportunities to walk, bike, share a ride and take transit.
Find out how Metro and partners across the region are working to complete the regional active transportation network.
Discover practical information for designing safe and healthy streets with four handbooks published by Metro.