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Design is progressing on the Red Electric Trail Project. We anticipate having 60% design completed in January or February 2018. I will reach out to the neighborhood and business associations and SW Trails to attend their regularly scheduled meetings in … Continue reading
The Watershed Building in Hilldale, 6388 SW Capitol Hwy The first of two planned open houses for the Red Electric Trail Project: SW Bertha to SW Vermont Section. The project will construct a new bike and pedestrian bridge between SW … Continue reading
The SW Trails met with the city officials about the Red Electric Trail in December 2014. Here is a revised version of the minutes of that meeting.
Robert Hamilton wrote a letter of support for the Red Electric and other SW Trails projects to the Portland city officials (PSC@portlandoregon.gov,TSP@portlandoregon)
From: Laura Foster <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: February 23, 2015 at 12:57:15 PST To: PSC@portlandoregon.gov, TSP@portlandoregon.gov Cc: Don Baack <email@example.com> Subject: Red Electric Hi, I’m a Portland writer who, through my guidebooks, has made a living off the well-designed pedestrian infrastructure in … Continue reading
A request to move forward with the Red Electric Trail was created jointly by the South Portland Neighborhood Association, the Hayhurst Neighborhood Association, the Hillsdale Neighborhood Association, the Hillsdale Business and Professional Association, and SW Trails. This request was sent … Continue reading
SW Trails has submitted to the Commissioners of the Planning and Sustainability Commission a document recommending a reconfigured and relocated Red Electric trail.
The Red Electric Trail Newsletter tells about recent activity that SW Trails has initiated toward making the Red Electric Trail a reality. SW Trails has also compiled a brief history of the planning for the Red Electric that has gone … Continue reading