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How can the transportation infrastructure in Lake Oswego be improved – pathways, sidewalks, roadways and bike routes? What impact would those changes have on your choice to use a car, bike, mass transit, or walk?
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Who is listening?5,345 people have read Open City Hall here in Lake Oswego
Who is listening?To date, 518 people have read this topic
Who is giving feedback?22 people wrote or supported statements. That's 1.1 hours of public comment @ three minutes per statement.
The City’s recently drafted Vision Statement 2035 for a “Connected Community” states the following about transportation in Lake Oswego:
We have safe, efficient and convenient transportation choices. There are frequent and reliable public transportation options that make it easy to move around our city and the region. Pathways, sidewalks, roadways and bike routes encourage residents of all neighborhoods to walk and bike safely.
The City will start updating its Transportation System Plan soon. The plan addresses how people will move around and through Lake Oswego in the future. The results of this Open City Hall question will help guide the development of the plan.
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Information Shared with Transportation System Plan staff and City Council to inform planning efforts
November 1, 2011