Portland : St. Johns truck strategy

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Title: Portland : St. Johns truck strategy
Author: Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Office of Transportation
Abstract: As a part of the 1992 update of the Transportation Element of the Comprehensive Plan, the North Portland Peninsula neighborhoods requested, and the City Council mandated, that the Portland Office of Transportation look at ways to reduce the amount of truck traffic traveling on neighborhood streets. At the same time, a need was identified for transportation system improvements for truck travel to commercial or industrial sites, the freeway system, and the St. Johnâ s Bridge. The primary goal of the study is to eliminate or reduce conflicts between non-local truck movement and the residential and retail-commercial areas in St. Johns. The alternatives reviewed range from high-cost, regional issues such as construction of a new bridge, to low-cost and/or low-impact solutions such as signs. [From the Plan]
Description: 67 pp. Bookmarks supplied by UO. Includes maps and figures. Published May, 2001. Captured November 7, 2007.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/5262
http://www.portlandonline.com/transportation/index.cfm?&a=87368
Date: 2001-05


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