Comments for “Clackamas County TSP - Virtual Workshop #3 - Clackamas Regional Center/Industrial Area”

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  1. Stringio

    Added June 16 2013

    ID_Number: U939

    Yes, please close the I-205 trail gap. It is confusing and chaotic to reconnect once you're unceremoniously dropped onto 82nd.

  2. Stringio

    Added June 15 2013

    ID_Number: U093

    Being able to bike from Milwaukie to the 205 path would be very useful.

  3. Stringio

    Added June 15 2013

    ID_Number: U108

    would love to see a bike route/path to connect the parks in this area.

  4. Stringio

    Added June 15 2013

    ID_Number: 2093

    Close the I-205 gap please. This is just way too dangerous to ride through this missing link. It's about time that a solution is found.

  5. Stringio

    Added June 15 2013

    ID_Number: U338

    I would love to see this happen, but I would love even more to see the gap filled in the I-205 path.

  6. Stringio

    Added June 15 2013

    ID_Number: U939

    the Gap on the 205 bike path is the only flaw in the otherwise excellent bikeway from the Columbia River to Oregon city.
    Clackamas County is seriously lacking in safe bike paths. This small project would be a big step

  7. Stringio

    Added June 15 2013

    ID_Number: U694

    This would be a nice addition, but the 205 path parallels this close by.

  8. Stringio

    Added June 15 2013

    ID_Number: U939

    The gap needs to be closed. Riding on 82nd to try and connect the gap is dangerous, especially with children.

  9. Stringio

    Added June 15 2013

    ID_Number: U093

    Creating a bicycle greenway across Milwaukie from the Trolley Trail to the 205 bike path would go a long way creating safe ways for pedestrians and cyclists to move through and around the area. Milwaukie is beginning the process on their end, it would be incredible if Clackamas County continued it out to 205

  10. Stringio

    Added June 14 2013

    ID_Number: U939

    The transition from the I-205 overpass to the southbound trail is dangerous at best. As is 82nd dr both directions. A gap closure will provide safe passage for bikes and peds.

  11. Stringio

    Added June 14 2013

    ID_Number: U066

    The lack of north-south connectivity west of 82nd here is disastrous for people who would like to walk and bike in their neighborhood. All trips end up being routed to scary 82nd Ave. No wonder people prefer to drive!

  12. Stringio

    Added June 14 2013

    ID_Number: U001

    This project is an embarrassing, destructive waste of money. Our region has far better things on which to spend our limited resources.

  13. Stringio

    Added June 14 2013

    ID_Number: 1043

    This, coupled with improvements to Monroe, would be incredibly valuable to Milwaukie residents. It would give people an option, other than driving, for getting to the I-205 path, MAX, and the mall. Improving the 82nd crossing is crucial.

  14. Stringio

    Added June 14 2013

    ID_Number: U811

    Monroe St lacks safe walking/biking access westward towards downtown.
    Both the middle school and High School are West of 224 and there is no safe route for our kids to get from the neighborhoods to the local schools

  15. Stringio

    Added June 14 2013

    ID_Number: U058

    Just have some concerns about turn lanes and visibililty along 132nd. Would there be an opportunity to talk with project engineer?

  16. Stringio

    Added June 14 2013

    ID_Number: U093

    Neighborhood Greenways are an inexpensive and fast way to encourage more bicycling in neighborhoods!

  17. Stringio

    Added June 14 2013

    ID_Number: U939

    The I-205 trail only has one gap and it would be great to be able to ride all the way down to Oregon City

  18. Stringio

    Added June 14 2013

    ID_Number: U093

    Families, older people and those who want to use a bicycle to get from their homes to downtown Milwaukee need a safe and comfortable route. Even though King has a bike lane, the traffic volume is fast and furious, so it isn't pleasant to ride on for most people. Monroe is a wonderful parallel route that would be good for anyone who wants to bike instead of drive the short distance from their home to downtown businesses or school

  19. Stringio

    Added June 14 2013

    ID_Number: U654

    Great to continue to provide more multi-use paths for biking/walking.

  20. Stringio

    Added June 14 2013

    ID_Number: U939

    The I-205 Gap must be closed. This trail could provide thousands of people with the option of walking and biking between Oregon City, the Columbia River, and all points in between.

  21. Stringio

    Added June 14 2013

    ID_Number: U939

    The I-205 Gap must be closed. This trail could provide thousands of people with the option of walking and biking between Oregon City, the Columbia River, and all points in between.

  22. Stringio

    Added June 14 2013

    ID_Number: 1018

    The I-205 Gap must be closed. This trail could provide thousands of people with the option of walking and biking between Oregon City, the Columbia River, and all points in between.

  23. Stringio

    Added June 13 2013

    ID_Number: U001

    The people have spoke. Remove Sunnybrook West from the CC TSP

  24. Stringio

    Added June 13 2013

    ID_Number: U654

    It would be great to see more connectivity for bikes and peds in this area. I would prefer this trail to stay closer to Harmony Road heading east of Linwood that there is a good connection to the college and aquatics center.

  25. Stringio

    Added June 10 2013

    ID_Number: 2053

    Milwaukie is talking about creating a multi-use path on Rail Road ave.... couldn't the county work with them on that project instead? Bikes and Peds don't really like to be next to cars traveling 50-60 mph- it is unnerving and loud. Rail Road ave makes more sense.