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Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee - March Meeting

Public Meeting
March meeting of the Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee.
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Agenda

6:00-6:05- Welcome and Public Comment (5 min)
6:05-6:30- Hot Topics/ Updates and Announcements/Committee Business (25 min)

• Vision Zero update
• Update - Hawthorne Pave and Paint
• Burnside Bridge DEIS – Joint PAC/BAC letter
6:30-7:00 – Fixing Our Streets Overview (30 min)
Nicole Peirce, PBOT Program Manager
Nicole Peirce, Fixing Our Streets (FOS) Program Manager and PBOT Capital Project Manager, will provide an overview of the next round of pedestrian-related Fixing Our Streets projects and program elements coming online over the next few years (several of these projects are likely to come before the PAC in coming years). Nicole will show where projects and programs will be implemented across the city and provide a general timeline for project delivery. Background on the Fixing Our Streets projects is available at https://www.portland.gov/transportation/fixing-our-streets/fixing-our-streets-projects.
7:00-7:35- Columbia Lombard Mobility Corridor Plan (35 min)
Bryan Poole, PBOT Transportation Planner; Zef Wagner, PBOT Transportation Planner
Over the last two years, PBOT has been developing a plan for how to improve safety, access, and mobility along and across the Columbia and Lombard corridors in North Portland. Bryan Poole will provide an overview of the Columbia Lombard Mobility Corridor Plan draft document now available for review and explain how the Committee can provide comments. Additionally, Zef Wagner will share information on projects along and adjacent to the Columbia and Lombard corridors that are currently in project development or design and provide an opportunity for the Committee to ask questions and provide comments.
7:35-7:55- Alderwood-Cornfoot-Columbia Job Connector Shuttle (20 min)
April Bertelsen, PBOT Transit Modal Coordinator; MaryJo Andersen, Multnomah County Transportation Planning
Multnomah County will offer a free shuttle service to the area south of the Portland International Airport. The shuttle service is planned to begin later in 2021. Currently, it is named the Alderwood-Cornfoot-Columbia Job Connector Shuttle. This shuttle will help people access jobs in the Airport Way Industrial Area from existing TriMet and C-Tran transit service and nearby neighborhoods. Planning for the shuttle is underway in partnership between Multnomah County, Portland Bureau of Transportation and Port of Portland, to identify the route and the days and hours of operation. We are seeking input from area employers and community members through online surveys and virtual meetings. To learn more about this shuttle and others, visit https://multco.us/transit-services/alderwood-cornfoot-columbia-job-connector-shuttle
7:55-8:00: Public Comment (5 min)

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