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25-year Investment Strategy for Region 1; ODOT’s proposed updates to Metro’s Regional Transportation Plan

Planning Phase

(Clackamas, Multnomah, Washington)



Every four years Metro is required to update the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), which sets a vision for a safe, efficient and equitable transportation system. It also establishes regional investment priorities for the next 25 years for freight, bicycle, pedestrian, auto and transit projects. Projects need to be included in the RTP to be eligible for federal funding. ODOT, TriMet, cities and counties categorize projects by implementation timeframe and by whether they are on the financially constrained list (2018-27 or 2028-40 projects) or strategic investment list (2028-40 projects). Visit Metro’s Regional Tranportation Plan website to review the project priorities.

ODOT’s proposed project list was developed after evaluating problems and needs and considering input from stakeholders. It is currently available for public review and comment. A map of the proposed ODOT projects is below. Follow the links to read the proposed ODOT Financially Constrained project list and the Strategic Investment list.

Click on the map below to get a larger version.
Next Steps
ODOT and jurisdictions will submit revised project lists to Metro in April 2018. Metro will consolidate the lists and provide them for public review this summer, prior to Metro Council action in fall 2018.

Relevant Documents

To provide comments, contact Lidwien Rahman, ODOT Principal Planner at 503-731-8229 or​.


N/A | Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington counties

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Principal Planner
Lidwien Rahman

Last Updated

2/22/2019 1:47 PM

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Related documents to this project
RTPFinanciallyConstrained.pdfThese are the financially constrained ODOT projects in the RTP
RTPStrategicInvestment.pdfThis is the strategic investment list
RTP_map.pdfThe map shows where to project are in ODOT Region 1

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