NE Circle Boulevard – Reconstruction/Resurfacing Project
On March 14, 2023, the Transportation Action Team hosted the first in a series of public forums about upcoming pavement rehabilitation projects in Corvallis. Corvallis Public Works staff opened the program with a brief overview of the scope, budget, and design of the NE Circle Boulevard project. Attendees provided feedback and posed many questions, some of which City staff responded to during the program, and others that will be addressed later in March.
You can view the public forum in the video below:
Great Corvallis Streets: Road Diets | February 2, 2023
The virtual conversation “Great Corvallis Streets” with Dan Burden focused on innovative street design concepts, as well as ideas for making specific Corvallis streets safer for everyone. The event was co-sponsored by the Corvallis Sustainability Coalition Transportation Action Team, Mid-Valley Bicycle Club, and Corvallis SAFE (Streets Are For Everyone).
Dan Burden is well known in the field of Active Transportation for his pioneering work helping people, organizations, and governments transform their communities into places for people first – all while still accommodating the automobile. During the past 45 years, he has helped more than 3,000 communities re-invent their streets, neighborhoods, and towns with solutions that focus on walkability, bikeability, and greater safety for all road users.
Intersections for People | November 16, 2022
The 2021 Street Talk event, “Intersections for People: Design, Implementation, and Community Benefits”, featured Nick Falbo, Senior Transportation Planner for the Portland Bureau of Transportation. Watch his presentation to find out how we can make intersections safer for pedestrians, bicyclists – and drivers!
Rethinking Streets Webinar | May 19, 2021
Watch this virtual presentation featuring Dr. Marc Schlossberg, University of Oregon Professor of City and Regional Planning in the School of Planning, Public Policy and Management, speaking about the redesign of streets to make them safer for everyone and, at the same time, improve community livability.