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Help Shape Metro’s Regional Transportation Plan with Survey

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Metro wants to hear about the types of transportation improvements that could help you get where you need to go more safely and reliably. Tell us by taking a survey in: EnglishSpanishChineseVietnamese or Russian. The survey closes Oct. 17, 2022. Request accommodations by emailing: transportation@oregonmetro.gov.

Input collected through this survey will help identify the types of transportation projects and programs that are needed across the greater Portland region. Feedback will be shared with the Metro Council and other regional leaders to help inform the 2023 Regional Transportation Plan.

Please share this survey with your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers.

About the 2023 Regional Transportation Plan:

By 2045, more than 2 million people will be living in the greater Portland area. It is time to update the region’s vision for the many ways people and businesses will move now and for the next 25 years — by motor vehicle, bus and rail, biking, walking and more.

Metro updates the Regional Transportation Plan every five years to address the needs of greater Portland’s growing and changing communities. The plan was last updated in 2018. This update will be complete in 2023. The plan will address the transportation needs of the people who live, work and travel in the region today, while preparing for our future transportation needs.

Learn more about the 2023 Regional Transportation Plan and sign up to stay involved at:
www.oregonmetro.gov/rtp

Thank you for your time and ideas.

The Regional Transportation Plan project team

Metropolitan Planning Organization for the Portland region

Metro is authorized by Congress and the State of Oregon to coordinate and plan investments in the transportation system for the three-county area. Metro uses this authority to expand transportation options, make the most of existing streets and improve public transit service.

As an MPO, Metro works collaboratively with cities, counties and transportation agencies to decide how to invest federal highway and public transit funds within its service area. It creates a long-range transportation plan, leads efforts to expand the public transit system and helps make strategic use of a small subset of transportation funding that Congress sends directly to MPOs.

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