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    • Metro : 1999 employment density study and ZELDA frequently asked questions 

      Metro (Or.); Yee, Dennis (Metro (Or.), 1999-04-06)
      [T]he Employment Density Study: update[s] and determine[s] current job density parameters; provide[s] current observed findings of FARs and building densities which could be used to populate ZELDA; offer[s] a basis or ...
    • Metro : Alternative futures for transportation and land use (2001) 

      Metro (Or.); Conder, Sandy; Lawton, Keith (Metro (Or.), 2001-07)
      Our primary objective in this paper is to illustrate the differences in policy sensitive output between existing "Trend-Delphi" methods of land use and transportation modeling and integrated land use and transportation ...
    • Metro : Economic report to the Metro Council (2002) 

      Metro (Or.) (Metro (Or.), 2002-09)
      The basis for future land need and demand is derived from a regional forecast of employment and household change. The regional forecast is, in part, the supporting evidence for Metro's UGB decision which is due to be ...
    • Metro : Highway 217 corridor study (2004) 

      Metro (Or.) (Metro (Or.), 2004-11-03)
      The Highway 217 Corridor Study is being completed in two phases. The first phase developed and analyzed a wide range of multi-modal alternatives. Based on this evaluation, the alternatives will be refined to a smaller ...
    • Metro : Lake Oswego to Portland transit and trail study (2007) 

      Metro (Or.) (Metro (Or.), 2007-06-15)
      BRT Alternative: faster and more reliable bus service through the use of transit priority treatments; signal priority and queue jumps at critical signalized intersections to minimize delay; high-level station amenities ...
    • Metro : Metropolitan Portland mega trends 2005-2040 (2008) 

      Metro (Or.); Nelson, Arthur C. (Metro (Or.), 2008-10-08)
      Challenge Ahead: business-as-usual rooted in the past; different realities: demographic, housing preference, increasing demand for "urbanity" especially in suburbs; energy constraints; global shifts in financial ...
    • Metro : regional economic model (1998) 

      Metro (Or.); Yee, Dennis (Metro (Or.), 1998-05)
      This paper describes Metro’s regional model and presents the empirical estimates and some results from our study. It is shown that the Metro model contains reasonable parameter estimates and produces forecast estimates ...
    • Metro : The nature of 2040 

      Metro (Or.) (Metro (Or.), 2005-11-17)
      The 2040 Growth Concept reflects the things the people who live here value most: access to nature; protecting habitats for wildlife and people; safe and stable neighborhoods; transportation choices; resources for ...
    • Metro : Trolley Trail master plan (2004) 

      Metro (Or.); North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District; Metro (Or.). Regional Parks and Greenspaces Dept.; Adolfson Associates; JD White (Firm) (Metro (Or.), 2004-01)
      The proposed Trolley Trail will run along a historic corridor once used by a streetcar line that operated between Portland and Oregon City.... acquired a 6-mile stretch of the historic rail corridor between downtown ...
    • Port of Portland : Portland and Vancouver international and domestic trade capacity analysis (2006) 

      Port of Portland (Or.); Port of Vancouver (Wa.); Oregon. Dept. of Transportation; Portland Development Commission; Metro (Or.) (Port of Portland (Or.), 2006-09-26)
      Purpose: determine the impact of increased international and domestic trade on the region's supply of and demand for trade support infrastructure (i.e., surface transportation and industrial land). Provide regional ...