Transit Possibilities - March 2, 2010
Bookmark and Share

DRAFT5c. Transit Possibilities

Download the map
Streetcar System Concept Plan (PDF)

Download the map
Regional High Capacity Transit (PDF)
Get Acrobat ReaderGet Adobe Reader

Streetcar System Concept Plan
The Portland Streetcar System Concept Plan identifies potential future streetcar corridors that are intended to build upon the existing streetcar system and expand service in a way that best serve Portland’s neighborhoods and business districts. This map identifies those corridors that represent the best opportunities for potential streetcar corridors. The proposed corridors are identified as either “Concept Corridors”, which are relatively near-term possibilities; or as “Comprehensive Plan Corridors”, which would require significantly more planning and are longer-term possibilities.

Regional High Capacity Transit
Metro’s High Capacity Transit System Plan establishes priorities to guide future regional investments in light rail, commuter rail, bus rapid transit and rapid streetcar. The plan calls for a focus on three new transit corridors for investment in the near-term, including two within Portland: the corridor in the vicinity of Powell Boulevard, connecting Gresham to downtown Portland, and the corridor in the vicinity of Barbur Boulevard/Highway 99, connecting downtown Portland to Tigard.


Progress Report


The 2017 Progress Report shows how the 142 actions in the Portland Plan are moving forward and highlights new opportunities and heightened priorities to advance the City’s goals.


The Portland Plan


The Portland Plan was unanimously adopted by City Council on April 25, 2012.


Questions? Call 503-823-7700

Follow Us

Subscribe to our RSS Feed Be a fan on Facebook Follow us on Twitter View our photos of Flickr  Send us an email