Comments for “Corridor 4 - Estacada”

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  1. Stringio

    Added February 24 2014

    Tickle Creek Trail

    I'm very happy to see the Cazadero Trail and Tickle Creek Tails listed even if they don't
    exist yet.

  2. Stringio

    Added February 24 2014

    Cazadero Multi-Use Trail

    the Estacada starts at Rugg Road: I would suggest Boring Station with a "connection"
    to Portland - I would think that sounds/looks better than a middle of nowhere start.

  3. Stringio

    Added February 22 2014

    Kelso Road

    You have these routes correct except for Kelso Road. The only way Kelso Road wil be safe is with an overpass or underpass for hwy 26. The current intersection is completely inadequate and dangerous to use due to heavy high speed traffice on 26. Right now the much safer alternative is 212 to Compton road to Bluff Road because of the overpass at 26.

  4. Stringio

    Added February 22 2014

    Kelso Road

    Hwy 212 is another logical route to build. However, at least on this map, I'm not seeing the area west of Boring designated for study. Hwy 212 should be upgrade with shoulders and bike lanes from the 205 bike path all the way east to Hwy 26.

  5. Stringio

    Added February 22 2014

    Cazadero Multi-Use Trail

    This is a route that I would love to start biking today. I've been wanting to ride this route for a long time. It's a logical extension of the Springwater Trail and building it would open up a lot of rec opportunities and be a natural draw for people throughout the region. Between the wide shoulders along 224 and the existing abandoned RR right-of-way, I would hope that this could be built for a reasonable sum. In my opinion, this should be at the top of the list for the county.

  6. Stringio

    Added February 21 2014

    Cazadero Multi-Use Trail

    Can't wait to see this built!

  7. Stringio

    Added February 21 2014

    Hwy. 211 - Howlett Rd - Eagle Fern

    The alternative route is on very winding and narrow roads. I wouldn't use it because it is just not safe although I know many people do

  8. Stringio

    Added February 20 2014

    Tickle Creek Trail

    Please consider renaming Corridor #4 Estacada/Sandy (or Sandy/Estacada) for accuracy. Thanks for including this vital link between the Springwater/Cazadero and Sandy.

  9. Stringio

    Added February 19 2014

    Cazadero Multi-Use Trail

    There is really no good cycle route now to connect Gresham to Estacada. Multi-use paved route would be great.

  10. Stringio

    Added February 13 2014

    Cazadero Multi-Use Trail

    By tying in with the Springwater Corridor Trail, the Cazadero Trail would be a boon not just for Estacada but for the entire region. This is a very exciting and necessary project.

  11. Open-uri20140213-29675-18lwhu6?1392311680

    Added February 13 2014

    Cazadero Multi-Use Trail

    This is a must have! Connecting Estacada to the Springwater Corridor should be a top priority for the ATP. Estacada is adding the Estacada cycling plaza to accommodate bike traffic. We are also pursuing the connection to the 72 mile scenic byway between Detroit and Estacada.

    The Cazadero Multi use trail is an important piece for cycling. It is important to further travel, tourism, economic vitality for our area.

  12. Stringio

    Added February 13 2014

    Cazadero Multi-Use Trail

    As a walker the sections paralleling highway 224 are not very appealing. I've tried it and felt cospicious. More trees might help this section and isolation from the highway. Biker clubs will like this route.

  13. Stringio

    Added February 12 2014

    Cazadero Multi-Use Trail

    This rail to trail route is essential. Along with the ticle creek trail it is one of the most important in the metro area.

  14. Stringio

    Added February 12 2014

    Tickle Creek Trail

    This off road rail trail route is one of the most important in the metro area. It would be amazing.

  15. Stringio

    Added February 12 2014

    Cazadero Multi-Use Trail

    Yes, please!

  16. Stringio

    Added February 11 2014

    Kelso Road

    Amsigger Rd. is the usual connexion between Boring (endf of the Springwater) and Hwy 224