Hearing to Consider New Willamette Bridge Connecting Lake Oswego and Oak Grove
October 21, 2019
Are you interested in a pedestrian/bike/emergency vehicle bridge that connects Milwaukie/Oak Grove and Lake Oswego?
The project planning committee will vote this Friday, Oct. 25 on whether or not to continue the study for the New Willamette Crossing or kill it altogether.
If you are interested in attending the hearing and need transportation, please RSVP to ride the bus from Templeton to Oregon City:
Bus departs from Templeton at 10 a.m. at returns at 2 p.m.
Benefits of building the new bridge include:
- Links our communities with safe walking and bicycling routes for youth, seniors, students, and non-auto commuters
- Provides critical access for emergency and fire vehicles– reducing pressure on current roadways and improving safety for walkers and cyclists
- Supports healthier lifestyles, a healthier environment
- Creates a transportation connection for the future that reduces commute times
If you are interested in this project, the hearing is this Friday, Oct. 25 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at:
Clackamas County Planning Office, Room 115, 150 Beavercreek Rd., Oregon City, OR 97045