The Portland Planning Department, in conjunction with the Portland Area Comprehensive Transportation System (PACTS) and the WSP USA consultant team, will be holding a second public meeting on the Portland – South Portland Smart Corridor Plan that will focus on potential ways to balance vehicular traffic, public transit service, and pedestrian and bicycle access along the Forest Avenue segment of the corridor, and to accommodate increased travel demand from proposed developments in Portland. A preliminary evaluation of alternatives will be presented, and you will have an opportunity to share your feedback and strengthen the conceptual designs.
This meeting will focus on potential improvement alternatives for the Morrill’s Corner, Forest Avenue, and Deering Oaks / I‐295 segments of the corridor, and preliminary evaluation of these improvements. Please join us to share your ideas and help us plan. You can visit the study website at www.mainesmartcorridor.com for more information, and to follow the progress of the study.
If you have any questions, or if you need accessible accommodations to attend, please contact Bruce Hyman, City of Portland Transportation Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.