TriMet’s new SW Corridor light rail line will have a vast impact on how we get around the region — not only for where it will take us (without a car), but for how it will change the streets and neighborhoods it runs through.
There’s a chance to completely rebuild one of Portland’s most car-oriented arterials into a world-class facility, with the federal government paying for half of it.
Map of the SW Corridor.(Full map in a PDF) Metro is holding a public forum tonight at the Tigard Public Library to collect input on the Southwest Corridor Plan. The plan incorporates local and regional land use planning efforts along Barbur Boulevard and Highway 99 between downtown Portland and Sherwood. It includes improvements to walking, … Read more