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Comment through 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4
Requests to submit comments or concerns about this amendment should be submitted to Summer Blackhorse.
Metro is required to document funded projects scheduled to use federal funds over the next four years. The current cycle is documented in the 2021-24 Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program.
Metro is in receipt of the proposed MTIP formal amendments:
The purpose of this amendment is to make the necessary funding corrections, increases and fund reprogramming to the 2021-26 MTIP. The projects submitted for amendment in this amendment include:
- outreach and education to connect residents on available bike/ped/transit transportation alternatives and options to help reduce vehicle trips
- reconstruction to American Disabilities Act (ADA) standards, curbs and ramps at multiple locations along OR47, OR8 and US30
- updated signals and improved intersection warning signage to improve safety on US26 between Southeast 8th and 58th avenues
- OR213 improvements from Glen Oak Road to South Barnards Road, including including signals, reflectorized back plates, advance intersection warning signs, flashing lights, radar detection units and stop bars to increase safety on this section of highway
- reconfiguration and renovation of depreciated and undersized bus layover facilities at TriMet’s Beaverton Transit Center to provide a safer pedestrian environment, improved layover pull-in/ pull-out procedures, and added space for service operations.