Find out about the process for narrowing down the wide range of potential projects. The open house and feedback questionnaire were available June 22 through July 31, 2012.
Residents and other stakeholders were asked to give feedback on the process for narrowing down the wide range of potential projects suggested for the Southwest Corridor Plan and help plan partners determine which solutions should be prioritized over the coming years.
After viewing the open house, participants were asked to provide feedback through a related questionnaire. Public feedback from this online open house helped provide final projects the public would like to see on the wide range of projects list, some suggestions for projects that should be prioritized as early opportunities and inform the screening process.
To view the open house, watch the videos and review the materials below.
“We need your input in order to make sure this project really is truly representative of the community as a whole and becomes your plan, not our plan.”
The corridor map shows the study area and land-use focus areas. Download PDF (2.8M PDF)
Find out what residents, businesses and other stakeholders said should be the focus of the Southwest Corridor Plan.
Download the full report (19.3M PDF)
Download report only (without appendices) (426K PDF)
The adopted vision, goals and objectives are on the second page of the spring 2012 factsheet. Download the PDF (1.9M PDF)
“There will always be changes, but this is an opportunity to partner, to create a smart plan, to prepare for and benefit from those changes into the future.”
Project staff is currently sorting hundreds of project ideas provided by residents and other stakeholders, gathered from regional and local plans, and developed from needs demonstrated from the existing conditions analysis. The questionnaire provides an opportunity for you to make sure your project idea is on the wide range of potential projects list.
The existing conditions summary report provides the state of the corridor, including information on people, jobs, transportation and nature.
Download PDF (20.8M)
Download the executive summary (869K PDF)
“What we have is a great list of projects, but it's really big, and we're looking at how to narrow that long list of projects to projects that are actually manageable or achievable within the next 15 years.”
The graphic showing the narrowing process is on the spring 2012 factsheet. Download the PDF (1.9M PDF)
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Malu Wilkinson, project manager: 503-797-1680 | email@example.com
Karen Withrow, communications manager: 503-797-1932 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Transportation corridor planning: 503-813-7535 | email@example.com