Metro : Lake Oswego to Portland transit and trail study (2007)
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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 such as enhanced shelters, lighting and benches; operation on Highway 43, generally in mixed-use traffic. Streetcar Alternative: improves travel time significantly between Lake Oswego and Portland by extending the existing Portland Streetcar from SW Lowell Street ... to downtown Lake Oswego; high-level station amenities such as enhanced shelters, lighting and benches; operates on the Willamette Shore Line right of way, SW Macadam Avenue or parts of both; mostly single-track design with short double-track sections to improve reliability and travel time. [From the document]
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