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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 project submitted for amendment in this amendment includes:
- Install new or upgraded variable message signs, travel-time signs, network/communication technology and other intelligent transportation system functionality at various locations throughout Clackamas, Hood River, Multnomah and eastern Washington counties
- Replacement and installation of variable message signs to improve operations and provide real time travel information throughout Clackamas, Hood River, Multnomah and eastern Washington counties
- Interstate 5 (Marquam Bridge - Capitol Highway): install variable advisory speed and truck warning signs to improve safety by informing drivers of expected downstrem conditions
- TriMet preventative maintenance support for bus and rail fleets
This notice has been updated to correct the list of projects in this bundle. Two of the projects, Oregon Route 213 (Glen Oak Road to South Barnards Road) and U.S. Route 26 (Southeast 8th Avenue to Southeast 58th Avenue), were already processed and approved as part of the October formal amendment. The modified December 2022 amendment file has been updated to reflect this correction.