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    • Port of Portland : 2008 Port transportation improvement plan 

      Port of Portland (Or.) (Port of Portland (Or.), 2008-01-09)
      The Port Transportation Improvement Plan is a multimodal compilation of marine terminal, road, rail, waterway, transit, bicycle, and pedestrian projects, normally identified through transportation and other studies managed ...
    • Port of Portland : Port transportation improvement plan (2006) 

      Port of Portland (Or.) (Port of Portland (Or.), 2006-02)
      The magnitude of regional transportation access investments and their financing are addressed in Metro's Regional Transportation Plan,Metro's Transportation Improvement Program (MTIP) and the State Transportation ...
    • Port of Portland : Port transportation improvement plan (2007) 

      Port of Portland (Or.) (Port of Portland (Or.), 2007-02-14)
      The magnitude of regional transportation access investments and their financing are addressed in Metro's Regional Transportation Plan, Metro's Transportation Improvement Program (MTIP) and the State Transportation ...
    • Port of Portland : Port transportation improvement plan (2009) 

      Port of Portland (Or.) (Port of Portland (Or.), 2009)
      The Port Transportation Improvement Plan is a multimodal compilation of marine terminal, road, rail, waterway, transit, bicycle, and pedestrian projects, normally identified through transportation and other studies managed ...
    • Port of Portland : Portland International Airport bicycle and pedestrian plan (2003) 

      Port of Portland (Or.) (Port of Portland (Or.), 2003-10)
      This plan is intended to address bicycle and pedestrian facility and circulation needs on the landside of Portland International Airport (PDX) property. [From the Plan]
    • Port of Portland : Terminal access study, Portland International Airport (2005) 

      Port of Portland (Or.); Jacobs Consultancy (Port of Portland (Or.), 2005-03)
      The purpose of this study was to update the 1994 Terminal Access Study, addressing all Airport access modes, including pedestrians, bicycles, buses/vans, light rail, private vehicles, and rental cars. [From the document]