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Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee - April Meeting

Public Meeting
April meeting of the Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee.
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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
• Commissioner Hardesty to visit PAC in May (submit questions to Michelle in advance)
• Oregon Walks liaison
• Pedestrian Design Guide Stakeholder Meeting next week
• Upcoming agenda topics: Pedestrian asset management (April)

6:30-7:15 – Oregon Walks – Pedestrian Crash Analysis (45 min)
Ashton Simpson and Scott Kocher, Oregon Walks
Ashton Simpson, Executive Director and Scott Kocher, Oregon Walks Board Member will present the findings and recommendations of their “Fatal Pedestrian Crash Report,” which reviews police reports and available information for all 48 fatal pedestrian crashes in Portland from 2017-2019. The authors will summarize their most notable findings relating to infrastructure, other systemic factors, equity and the information that the public receives about crashes. The full report can be found at https://oregonwalks.org/fatal-p…
 

7:15-7:55- Rose Lanes (40 min)
April Bertelsen, PBOT Transit Modal Coordinator
It has been just over a year since the Rose Lane Project was adopted by City Council. Through the Rose Lane Project, the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is giving buses and streetcars priority on the road, helping more Portlanders get where they need to go more reliably and quickly. . PBOT’s Transit Coordinator April Bertelsen will present a status update
 

7:55-8:00: Public Comment (5 min)

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