Pivot #Pivot NamePivot IDDB NameDB IDDescriptionDB Reason

203

Add a dedicated right turn lane into apartments near Nyberg Woods Shopping Center.

NB2

Add a dedicated right turn lane into apartments near Nyberg Woods Shopping Center.

NB2

This would add a turn lane near the interchange to help address congestion for vehicles getting onto I-5 northbound. Vehicles turning into the apartments would be removed from the roadway to allow through vehicles to move more quickly through to the interchange.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Congestion and crossing safety concerns on Nyberg St.

104

Add a dedicated right turn lane on Teton at Tualatin-Sherwood.

CIB23

Add a dedicated right turn lane on Teton at Tualatin-Sherwood.

CIB23

This would add a right turn lane at Teton and Tualatin-Sherwood to address delay to through traffic caused by right turning vehicles.

Congestion and delay on Teton Ave at Tualatin-Sherwood Rd.

257

Add a dedicated right turn lane on Teton at Tualatin-Sherwood.

CIB23

Add a dedicated right turn lane on Teton at Tualatin-Sherwood.

CIB23

This would add a right turn lane at Teton and Tualatin-Sherwood to address delay to through traffic caused by right turning vehicles.

Congestion and delay on Teton Ave at Tualatin-Sherwood Rd.

197

Add a roundabout at Boones Ferry Rd and Norwood Rd.

NA4

Add a roundabout at Boones Ferry Rd and Norwood Rd.

NA4

This would upgrade the intersection and would add a roundabout at Norwood and Boones Ferry Road to slow traffic coming into Tualatin from the south. This could provide a gateway feature for Tualatin.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Congestion and safety concerns at Boones Ferry Rd and Norwood Rd.

194

Add a signal along Tualatin Rd to allow residential and business access.

IFD9

Add a signal along Tualatin Rd to allow residential and business access.

IFD9

Possible locations could be Teton Ave or Jurgens Rd. This helps pedestrians and drivers from the residential areas north of Tualatin Road gain better access to Tualatin Road and points south. This would add a signal at either Teton Ave or Jurgens Ave which currently has only stop signs. Adding a signal would provide a break in traffic on Tualatin Rd for vehicles to turn left or right. A traffic signal would need to meet signal warrants.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Delay and safety concerns at intersection of Tualatin Rd and Teton Ave/Jurgens Road and Tualatin Road.

148

Add a signal or roundabout at Sagert/ Martinazzi.

IFA1

Add a signal or roundabout at Sagert/ Martinazzi.

IFA1

This would add a signal or roundabout to control traffic at Sagert Street and Martinazzi Avenue, replacing the existing four-way stop.

Intersection safety and congestion concerns for all modes at Sagert St and Martinazzi Ave.

143

Add bicycle lane on Martinazzi north of Warm Springs.

DD9

Add bicycle lane on Martinazzi north of Warm Springs.

DD9

Stripe and plan for a bicycle lane on Martinazzi through the downtown core, connect to existing bicycle lane south of Warm Springs.

Bicycle safety and comfort concerns downtown.

177

Add measures to reduce truck traffic on local and minor collectors.

IFD14

Add measures to reduce truck traffic on local and minor collectors.

IFD14

Could include enhanced signage to existing truck routes and traffic calming on local and minor collectors to discourage trucks.

Freight and high speed traffic on local and minor streets instead of on freight routes.

220

Add multi-use path as part of Tualatin Trail.

ND6

Add multi-use path as part of Tualatin Trail.

ND6

Build a multi-use path for pedestrians and bicyclists along the east city limits, connect to existing multi-use paths.

Gaps in the multi-use path network.

243

Add parking capacity at Tualatin Park-and-Ride - Potential structure.

TD3

Add parking capacity at Tualatin Park-and-Ride (potential structure).

TD3

This would expand parking supply at the popular Tualatin Park-and-Ride near Bridgeport Village, potnetially with a structure.

Heavy use and capacity concerns at the Bridgeport park-and-ride facility.

216

Add pedestrian islands on Boones Ferry, near Byrom ES and Tualatin HS.

ND2

Add pedestrian islands on Boones Ferry, near Byrom ES and Tualatin HS.

ND2

This would add medians between the travel lanes to allow pedestrians to cross one lane of traffic and then wait in the middle of the roadway for opposing traffic to stop before crossing to the other side.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Pedestrian crossing safety concerns on Boones Ferry Rd.

157

Add rail station with easy offload and access for industry in the west part of town.

IFB2

Add rail station with easy offload and access for industry in the west part of town.

IFB2

This could provide increased access to freight shipping options for manufacturing businesses, and could help reduce congestion from truck traffic through Tualatin. This project would require coordination with Portland and Western RR.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Freight traffic congestion.

105

Add right turn lane on Tualatin-Sherwood at 124th.

CIB24

Add right turn lane on Tualatin-Sherwood at 124th.

CIB24

This would add a right turn pocket on Tualatin-Sherwood Rd, addressing anticipated traffic demand in the future as 124th Ave is extended. This would facilitate through traffic by allowing turning traffic to move out of the way. Would also make crossing Tualatin-Sherwood Rd wider for pedestrians.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Anticipated congestion on Tualatin-Sherwood Rd as the area develops.

123

Add roundabout at Boones Ferry and Lower Boones Ferry Road.

DA6

Add roundabout at Boones Ferry and Lower Boones Ferry Road.

DA6

This concept would replace the signal at this intersection with a roundabout to smooth overall traffic flow. Adding a roundabout at this location could reduce unnecessary stops and the potential for rear end collisions and congestion on Lower Boones Ferry. The team is looking into the larger implications of a roundabout at this location, the size of the roundabout, and pedestrian and bicyclist safety. NOTE: This intersection is currently owned and maintained by ODOT who is not currently building roundabouts on their system.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Congestion at the intersection of Boones Ferry and Lower Boones Ferry Roads.

202

Add signal or roundabout at Sagert and Martinazzi.

NB1

Add signal or roundabout at Sagert and Martinazzi.

NB1

Replace the existing four-way stop with a signal at Sagert St and Martinazzi Ave.

Intersection safety and congestion concerns for all modes at Sagert St and Martinazzi Ave.

147

Add structured parking in the downtown core.

DF4

Add structured parking in the downtown core.

DF4

This would be a Tualatin Development Code recommendation to allow for structured parking in the downtown core.

Traffic congestion and limited parking availability downtown.

176

Add traffic calming on Tualatin Road.

IFD13

Add traffic calming on Tualatin Road.

IFD13

Traffic calming could include curb bulb-outs, landscaping, or other design elements that encourage vehicles to slow down and/or use another route.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Traffic safety and speed concerns on Tualatin Rd.

192

Add traffic signal at 97th Ave and Tualatin-Sherwood Rd.

IFD7

Add traffic signal at 97th Ave and Tualatin-Sherwood Rd.

IFD7

This would add a signal at 97th Ave and Tualatin-Sherwood Rd, which currently has only stop signs from 97th. Adding a signal would provide a break in traffic on Tualatin-Sherwood Rd for vehicles to turn left or right. A traffic signal would need to meet county signal warrants. This project would address congestion and safety concerns at this location but the team is looking at whether this signal would be warranted, and what impacts are on the overall flow of traffic (all modes) along the corridor.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Congestion and intersection delay on Tualatin-Sherwood Rd and 97th Ave.

149

Address congestion on Avery and Teton.

IFA11

Address congestion on Avery and Teton.

IFA11

Look at ways to divert traffic to larger roadways, sign these roadways, and provide options to reduce existing congestion on these two streets.

Delay and congestion at Avery St and Teton Ave.

206

Adjust signal timing to give priority to Tualatin Road Traffic at 90th Ave.

NB6

Adjust signal timing to give priority to Tualatin Road Traffic at 90th Ave.

NB6

This would give priority for through traffic on Tualatin Rd near the Tualatin Country Club, increasing the wait time for vehicles waiting to make a northbound left turn from 90th Ave to Tualatin Rd. This would help through traffic on Tualatin Road, and may run contrary to the communitys goals of reducing through traffic on Tualatin Road

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Congestion on Tualatin Rd.

209

Balance needs of neighborhood with local truck movement along Avery St; provide turn lane for traffic entering into school.

NC3

Balance needs of neighborhood with local truck movement along Avery St; provide turn lane for traffic entering into school.

NC3

This could include truck route signage and adding a left turn lane for buses into the school parking lot and a left turn onto 95th Ave for private vehicles.

Freight traffic and congestion on Avery.

141

Bike and pedestrian treatments near Bridgeport Village.

DD7

Bike and pedestrian treatments near Bridgeport Village.

DD7

Bicycle and pedestrian improvements could include pavement markings or additional striping, adding flashing lights and new signs.

Pedestrian and bicycle safety concerns near Bridgeport Village.

129

Build trail along river from Boones Ferry to downtown, extend to greenway.

DC1

Build trail along river from Boones Ferry to downtown, extend to greenway.

DC1

This would be a multi-use path open to cyclists and pedestrians and would connect to existing trail facilities.

Gaps in the multi-use path network.

213

Connect to Tualatin Path.

ND11

Connect to Tualatin Path.

ND11

This would create a multi-use path for bicyclists and pedestrians that connects to project recommendations north of downtown along the Tualatin River and the existing multi-use path near Browns Ferry Park.

Lack of connections to multi-use path network.

171

Consider removing trucks/adding truck info signs along 108th/105th Aves.

IFC9

Consider removing trucks/adding truck info signs along 108th/105th Aves.

IFC9

This would add signs along 108th and 105th Aves. Adding design elements to restrict truck access, such as curb bulb-outs or other elements.

Freight and high speed traffic on local and minor streets instead of on freight routes.

172

Coordinate freight receiving/ shipping times.

IFD1

Coordinate freight receiving/ shipping times.

IFD1

This is a policy element that could work with manufacturing and industrial businesses to coordinate deliveries to have less of an impact on peak hour traffic.

Rush hour traffic concerns.

110

Coordinate signal timing on Boones Ferry Rd.

CIB9

Coordinate signal timing on Boones Ferry Rd.

CIB9

Coordinating signal timing would allow the traffic signals to work together to optimize travel speeds and could reduce congestion during peak hours.

Congestion on Boones Ferry Rd.

160

Create an east/west connection across I-5 (near Greenhill Rd).

IFC12

Create an east/west connection across I-5 (near Greenhill Rd).

IFC12

This project would require a structure over or underpass to cross I-5, both of which are expensive.

Lack of east-west connectivity across I-5 south of Tualatin-Sherwood Rd.

131

Create grid system near Kmart upon redevelopment with connection to Seneca.

DC4

Create grid system near Kmart upon redevelopment with connection to Seneca.

DC4

When the site redevelops, look into creating an interconnected grid system to allow internal circulation.

Lack of connectivity and vehicle cut-through in downtown parking lots.

201

Eliminate free right turns - on Herman Rd at Teton Ave and Tualatin Rd.

NA9

Eliminate free right turns on Herman Rd at Teton Ave and Tualatin Rd.

NA9

Free right turns are those that do not require a stop or for vehicles to wait for a signal in order to make the right turn. Eliminating free right turns would improve safety for pedestrians crossing, but has implications for vehicle queues at those locations.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Intersection safety for all users.

144

Encourage multimodal circulation and transit-oriented redevelopment.

DF1

Encourage multimodal circulation and transit-oriented redevelopment.

DF1

Circulation and transit-oriented development is appropriate for when these major land uses redevelop. Idea applies to the major downtown uses including Fred Meyer, Kmart, and Haggens. This is a recommendation for the Tualatin Development Code to require bicycle and pedestrian, along with vehicle circulation upon redevelopment of large commercial areas.

Lack of connectivity and transit-oriented development downtown.

174

Encourage off-peak usage on Herman Rd and Tualatin-Sherwood Rd.

IFD11

Encourage off-peak usage on Herman Rd and Tualatin-Sherwood Rd.

IFD11

This concept is for the City to work with businesses in the industrial and manufacturing sectors to encourage them to travel more outside the morning and afternoon rush hours. It should be noted that freight trips in Tualatin already operate more outside these rush hours than during them.

Rush hour congestion on Tualatin-Sherwood and Herman roads.

187

Ensure that future roundabout designs can accommodate larger trucks.

IFD23

Ensure that future roundabout designs can accommodate larger trucks.

IFD23

This is a policy recommendation to ensure that future roundabouts have mountable inside curves and are designed in such a way that they are able to accommodate trucks.

Future freight traffic mobility.

156

Expand shuttle for industrial and manufacturing workers during the day - consider charging fares.

IFB1

Expand shuttle for industrial and manufacturing workers during the day - consider charging fares.

IFB1

This would build on the existing Chamber of Commerce shuttle that runs between transit stops and the manufacturing areas not served by existing transit.

Lack of local transit connections between regional transit lines and employment areas, lack of transit service on evenings and weekends.

236

Explore a shuttle or trolley service between Bridgeport Village and Commons area, especially for weekend service.

TA7

Explore a shuttle or trolley service between Bridgeport Village and Commons area, especially for weekend service.

TA7

This would provide a local transit connection between Bridgeport Village and downtown Tualatin, especially during the weekends.

Lack of transit connections between Bridgeport Village and the Commons, limited transit on the weekends.

102

Extend 124th Ave to south.

CIB21

Extend 124th Ave south.

CIB21

This project is already being planned by Washington County - it would extend 124th Ave south, to cross I-5.

Lack of north-south connectivity between Boones Ferry Rd and 99W.

112

Extend 65th Ave to the north.

CIC2

Extend 65th Ave to the north.

CIC2

This would require some right of way and a bridge structure over the Tualatin River to Rivergrove. A bridge could require permits and could have impacts to the river. This would be a major new north-south connection east of I-5. The project would extend 65th Avenue north of its current terminus near Nyberg Road, across the Tualatin River and connecting up again with 65th Avenue. The team is looking at right of way considerations, environmental considerations, and city-wide traffic implications.

Congestion on the current Boones Ferry Rd connection across the Tualatin River, lack of north-south roadway connectivity.

234

Extend bus service to east Tualatin.

TA5

Extend bus service to east Tualatin.

TA5

This would extend an existing bus line in east Tualatin.

Lack of transit service in eastern Tualatin.

227

General – need extended service for all transit.

TA12

General - need extended service for all transit.

TA12

This would extend service hours and frequency of existing routes within the City.

Limited transit service on the weekends and evenings.

186

Improve 65th Ave south across I-205; widen and address dip in the roadway.

IFD22

Improve 65th Ave south across I-205; widen and address dip in the roadway.

IFD22

This is an urban upgrade project that would widen travel lanes, and ensure that sidewalks and bicycle lanes meet City standards. South of Sagert Road 65th Avenue transitions to a rural arterial. Over time this project concept is to upgrade the road to match the cross section north of Sagert Road across I-205, and address the dips in the existing road. Avenue currently is three lanes (two travel lanes, one center turn lane). This project idea would look to widen the roadway either throughout the corridor or at key locations. Traffic implications, safety, and right of way are all being considered. "Urban upgrade" projects are most efficiently completed upon redevelopment or construction/reconstruction of the roadway which will allow the City to look at improvements to pavement, roadway width, and shoulders, in addition to bicycle lanes and sidewalks.

65th Ave is not built to city standards.

182

Improve Northbound right and left turns onto Herman.

IFD19

Improve Northbound right and left turns onto Herman.

IFD19

This concept recognizes that there are issues for large trucks crossing the railroad and turning successfully onto Herman Rd, especially when they have to wait for a gap in traffic and end up blocking the railroad. Improving turns could include reconfiguration of the intersection and/or signals and stop signs to reduce vehicles on the tracks waiting to turn.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Difficult intersection angle for trucks - conflicts with the railroad.

164

Improve Tonquin Rd between Oregon St and Waldo Way.

IFC16

Improve Tonquin Rd between Oregon St and Waldo Way.

IFC16

This is an urban upgrade project that would widen travel lanes, and ensure that sidewalks and bicycle lanes meet City standards. "Urban upgrade" projects are most efficiently completed upon redevelopment or construction/reconstruction of the roadway which will allow the City to look at improvements to pavement, roadway width, and shoulders, in addition to bicycle lanes and sidewalks.

Lack of east-west connectivity south of Tualatin-Sherwood Rd.

165

Improve circulation east of the Bridgeport/I-5 Interchange

IFC17

Improve circulation east of the Bridgeport/ I-5 Interchange.

IFC17

This would provide route choices east of the Bridgeport interchange for the warehousing and manufacturing businesses in the area. This could include ensuring that the street network is connected and potential traffic controls such as stop signs to facilitate circulation.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Congestion near Bridgeport Village.

169

Improve cross-section on Herman Rd.

IFC7

Improve cross-section on Herman Rd.

IFC7

Herman Road has been improved in several locations, but remains a two-lane unimproved roadway between SW 125th Avenue and Cipole Road, and between Teton and Tualatin Road. This is an urban upgrade project that would widen travel lanes, and ensure that sidewalks and bicycle lanes meet City standards. "Urban upgrade" projects are most efficiently completed upon redevelopment or construction/reconstruction of the roadway.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Congestion on Herman Road - Herman is not fully built to standard.

132

Improve downtown core street connectivity.

DC5

Improve downtown core street connectivity.

DC5

This could address confusion about how to move around the downtown core. Having additional street connectivity could relieve pressure on the major streets as vehicles looking for local access move to the local street network.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Lack of connectivity downtown.

199

Improve intersection at 108th and Tualatin.

NA6

Improve intersection at 108th and Tualatin.

NA6

The trees restrict sight distance and create safety concerns for vehicles turning left onto Tualatin Rd. Adding a traffic signal or prohibiting left turns would address the issue.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Congestion on Tualatin Rd, safety concerns for vehicles turning from 108th Ave.

140

Improve sidewalks and bicycle lane – on Boones Ferry to Lower Boones Ferry.

DD6

Improve sidewalks and bicycle lane at Boones Ferry to Lower Boones Ferry.

DD6

This could include filling gaps, restriping and signing along Boones Ferry and Lower Boones Ferry Roads to improve facilities for bicyclists and pedestrians.

Pedestrian and bicycle safety concerns on Boones Ferry Rd.

185

Improve southbound left turns from Jurgens and 106th onto Tualatin.

IFD21

Improve southbound left turns from Jurgens and 106th onto Tualatin.

IFD21

There is currently a pedestrian island on Tualatin Rd west of Teton Ave, but no crossing at Jurgens Ave. Standards for distance between pedestrian crossings/islands would need to be consulted. It is difficult to turn out of these intersections onto Tualatin Road. Improvements could include sight distance upgrades and traffic calming on Tualatin Road to improve the ability for vehicles to exit the neighobrhoods and access the roadway.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Congestion on Tualatin Road, safety concerns for vehicles making left turns.

113

Improve traffic flow on Lower Boones Ferry Rd between Bridgeport Village and downtown.

CIC4

Improve traffic flow on Lower Boones Ferry Rd between Bridgeport Village and downtown.

CIC4

Traffic flow could be improved with signal timing, lane striping, and signage to address the existing congestion along Lower Boones Ferry Rd.

Congestion near Bridgeport Village.

178

Improve turning radius from Herman Rd northbound onto 108th Ave.

IFD15

Improve turning radius from Herman Rd northbound onto 108th Ave.

IFD15

This concept would widen this intersection to better accommodate heavy vehicles. The team will look at this from a standpoint of available right of way, safety, and connectivity. The intersection is currently skewed (does not meet at a 90-degree angle), could require realignment of 108th Ave to imrpove the turning radius, which has right-of-way implications.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Difficult intersection angle for trucks.

181

Improve turning radius from Tualatin-Sherwood to Cipole.

IFD18

Improve turning radius from Tualatin-Sherwood to Cipole.

IFD18

The intersection is currently skewed (does not meet at a 90-degree angle), could require realignment of Cipole Road to imrpove the turning radius, which has right-of-way implications. This project could address congestion and safety concerns at this location. The team is looking at this idea in relation to available right of way, safety and mobility for all modes.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Difficult intersection angle for trucks.

193

Improve visibility, add signal restrict left turns from 108th onto Tualatin.

IFD8

Improve visibility, add signal restrict left turns from 108th onto Tualatin.

IFD8

The trees restrict sight distance and create safety concerns for vehicles turning left onto Tualatin Rd. Adding a traffic signal or prohibiting left turns would address the issue.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Congestion on Tualatin Rd, safety concerns for vehicles turning from 108th Ave.

274

Improve visibility, add signal, or restrict left turns from 108th Ave onto Tualatin Rd.

CIB8

Improve visibility, add signal, or restrict left turns from 108th Ave onto Tualatin Rd.

CIB8

Prohibit left turns out of 108th Ave, add a signal, or remove trees in the southwest corner - the trees restrict sight distance and crease a safety hazard for vehicles turning left onto Tualatin Rd.

Congestion on Tualatin Rd, safety concerns for vehicles turning from 108th Ave.

155

Improvements to help mobility of through-traffic on Tualatin-Sherwood Rd.

IFA9

Improvements to help mobility of through-traffic on Tualatin-Sherwood Rd.

IFA9

Improvements could include additional signal optimization/timing, lane striping changes, etc. Requires coordination with Washington County.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Congestion on Tualatin-Sherwood Rd.

145

Look for opportunities to open downtown's connection to the riverfront.

DF2

Look for opportunities to open downtown's connection to the riverfront.

DF2

This would include signage and multi-use paths to connect to the Tualatin River, upon redevelopment of riverfront parcels.

Lack of connectivity between downtown and the river.

242

Look for potential park-and-ride locations in south Tualatin.

TD2

Look for potential park-and-ride locations in south Tualatin.

TD2

Park and ride locations could be located in south Tualatin to reduce the need for vehicles to travel through the City to reach a park and ride location.

Lack of park-and-ride lots in south Tualatin.

241

Look for potential park-and-ride locations in west Tualatin.

TD1

Look for potential park-and-ride locations in west Tualatin.

TD1

Park and ride locations could be implemented in conjunction with expanded transit service in west Tualatin, reducing the need for vehicles to travel through the City to reach a park and ride location.

Lack of park-and-ride lots in west Tualatin.

111

Look for ways to provide north-south connectivity over Tualatin River for vehicles.

CIC12

Look for ways to provide north-south connectivity over Tualatin River for vehicles.

CIC12

This would be a new bridge for vehicles to reduce demand for the Boones Ferry Rd bridge. Adding a bridge could address congestion and could have environmental impacts and possible permits for a new river crossing.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Boones Ferry Rd across the Tualatin River is currently congested. Limited connectivity over the river.

198

Make Boones Ferry Rd more pedestrian-friendly.

NA5

Make Boones Ferry Rd more pedestrian-friendly.

NA5

This could inlcude connecting the existing multi-use paths, or separating existing sidewalks from the roadway by landscaping or other design elements.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Pedestrian facility gaps on Boones Ferry Rd.

265

Make the WES station a central focus of downtown and the main transit center. Improve pedestrian connectivity, transit-oriented development opportunities, and local transit connections.

TC1

Make the WES station a central focus of downtown and the main transit center. Improve pedestrian connectivity, transit-oriented development opportunities, and local transit connections.

TC1

This is a policy recommendation that would require development to improve pedestrian connections and encourage transit-oriented development and local transit connections.

Lack of land use support for WES, lack of a 'sense of place' near downtown.

138

Optimize intersections to reduce conflicts along Boones Ferry and Tualatin Sherwood Roads.

DD3

Optimize intersections to reduce conflicts along Boones Ferry and Tualatin Sherwood Roads.

DD3

This could be implemented at several locations along Boones Ferry and Tualatin-Sherwood Roads. Reducing conflicts for bicyclists and pedestrians could include improved signage, striping at intersections, and lighting. Improvements are likely to be a suite of changes to help address pedestrian safety issues. The team will be looking at how to improve multimodal mobility through optimizing signalized intersections along this segment to reduce conflicts.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Pedestrian crossings safety concerns on Boones Ferry and Tualatin-Sherwood Roads.

158

Provide a loop bus route serving local residents.

IFB3

Provide a loop bus route serving local residents.

IFB3

This loop bus would circle continuously between residential and commercial destinations within Tualatin, providing a more local option than current transit service and expanding access to transit throughout the city.

Lack of local transit connections between regional transit lines and employment areas.

217

Provide a mutli-use path along the river.

ND3

Provide a multi-use path along the Tualatin River.

ND3

Build a multi-use path for pedestrians and bicyclists along the south side of the Tualatin River, connect to existing multi-use paths.

Gaps in the multi-use path network.

231

Provide bus transit service on 124th Street.

TA2

Provide bus transit service on 124th Ave

TA2

This would provide a north-south bus route on 124th Ave in western Tualatin.

Lack of transit service in west Tualatin.

232

Provide bus transit service on Avery Street.

TA3

Provide bus transit service on Avery Street.

TA3

This would add a bus line on Avery St, adding an east-west transit connection.

Lack of east-west transit service.

225

Provide bus transit service on Herman Road.

TA1

Provide bus transit service on Herman Road.

TA1

This would be a new fixed route bus service serving the residents of north Tualatin, and adding an east-west transit connection. This project is being explored as an either/or option with transit service on Herman Road.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Lack of east-west transit service.

233

Provide bus transit service on Tualatin Road between downtown and 99W.

TA4

Provide bus transit service on Tualatin Road between downtown and 99W.

TA4

This would be a new fixed route bus service serving the residents of north Tualatin, and connecting 99W and downtown Tualatin. This project is being explored as an either/or option with transit service on Tualatin Road.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Lack of east-west transit service in north Tualatin.

153

Provide coordinated signal timing and access management along major arterials.

IFA6

Provide coordinated signal timing and access management along major arterials.

IFA6

Access management could require right turn only modifications and/or medians - would also require coordination with Washington County as some major arterials are County facilities. Washington County is also already coordinating signals on Tualatin-Sherwood Rd.

Congestion and delay on major arterials city-wide.

221

Provide focused pedestrian crossing improvements along Tualatin Road.

ND7

Provide focused pedestrian crossing improvements along Tualatin Road.

ND7

Pedestrian crossing upgrades could include lighting, striping, pedestrian islands, and signing upgrades. There is currently a pedestrian island on Tualatin Rd west of Teton Ave, but no crossing at Jurgens Ave. Standards for distance between pedestrian crossings/islands would need to be consulted.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Pedestrian crossing safety concerns on Tualatin Road.

238

Provide high capacity transit service on Tualatin-Sherwood Road.

TB2

Provide high capacity transit service on Tualatin-Sherwood Road.

TB2

This would add a bus line on Tualatin-Sherwood Road, adding an east-west transit connection.

Lack of east-west high capacity transit in Tualatin.

188

Provide incentives to telecommute.

IFD3

Provide incentives to telecommute.

IFD3

This is a policy recommendation to be included in the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) plan for the TSP. Incentives could include financial incentives for businesses in Tualatin to allow workers to telecommute.

System-wide rush hour traffic congestion concerns.

142

Provide signage to accommodate bicycles on Boones Ferry.

DD8

Provide signage to accommodate bicycles on Boones Ferry.

DD8

Provide 'Share the Road' signage and/or other visual cues to motorists to accommodate bicycles.

Bicycle safety and comfort concerns on Boones Ferry Rd.

223

Provide transit serving local resident needs in north Tualatin, between 99W and downtown Tualatin.

NE1

Provide transit serving local resident needs in north Tualatin, between 99W and downtown Tualatin.

NE1

This would add a bus line in north Tualatin connecting 99W and downtown Tualatin.

Lack of east-west transit service in north Tualatin.

106

Realign Sagert /Borland to one intersection.

CIB3

Realign Sagert /Borland to one intersection.

CIB3

This would reduce potential vehicle conflicts due to two closely-spaced intersections. Realigning Sagert and Borland would allow both roads to meet in one intersection, and would require some right-of-way to change the alignment of the roads.

Safety concerns at Sagert St and Borland Rd.

180

Reconfigure the intersection of 115th and Tualatin-Sherwood.

IFD17

Reconfigure the intersection of 115th and Tualatin-Sherwood.

IFD17

The intersection is currently skewed (does not meet at a 90-degree angle), could require realignment of 115th Ave to imrpove the turning radius, which has right-of-way implications. This project would address congestion and safety concerns at this location and could include adding a turning pocket or changes to the turning radius at this intersection to better accommodate trucks. The team is looking at this idea in relation to safety and mobility for all modes.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Congestion and delay on Tualatin-Sherwood Rd and 115th Avenue.

121

Redesign Fred Meyer to Kmart intersection (including pedestrian crossing).

DA5

Redesign Fred Meyer to Kmart intersection (including pedestrian crossing).

DA5

This would upgrade the pedestrian crosswalk at this intersection and ensure that the intersection meets standards for geometric design. The roadway configuration in this area is confusing and carries a lot of auto traffic. Further, the activity both north and south of Nyberg Road could better attract pedestrians if the crossing were somehow made less intimidating.

Safety concerns on Tualatin-Sherwood Rd near Fred Meyer.

135

Redesign pedestrian crossings, consider flashing lights.

DD1

Redesign pedestrian crossings, consider flashing lights.

DD1

Redesigning pedestrian crossings could include pavement markings or additional striping, adding flashing lights and new signs. Improvements could be at a few locations in the downtown core where pedestrian movement is the most active.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Pedestrian delay waiting at signals downtown, pedestrian crossing concerns.

200

Reduce speed, possibly add trail through wooded area.

NA8

Reduce speed, possibly add trail through wooded area.

NA8

This would provide an off-street opportunity for bicyclsits and pedestrians in a difficult section of 105th and 108th Avenues. There are safety concerns in the 'S curves' along these roadways.

Safety concerns and lack of pedestrian and bicycle facilities on 105th Ave., Blake St., and 108th Ave.

219

Repair sidewalk gap on south side of Borland.

ND5

Repair sidewalk gap on south side of Borland.

ND5

Connect the existing sidewalks on the south side of Borland Rd to create a continuous sidewalk within the City limits.

Sidewalk gaps on Borland Rd.

128

Replace/widen Boones Ferry Road bridge over Tualatin River.

DB7

Replace/widen Boones Ferry Road bridge over Tualatin River.

DB7

The current bridge has been in place for decades and is anticipated to reach the end of its design life within the horizon of the TSP. This project would replace the bridge and better accommodate bicyclists and pedestrians. The width of the current bridge is two lanes - depending on results of other traffic analysis this may be widened to four lanes. Widening the bridge over the Tualatin River on Boones Ferry to include adequate facilities for bicyclists and pedestrians. This could include either retrofitting the existing bridge or replacing the bridge with a new structure. The number of travel lanes for the bridge will be determined during the summer.

Congestion and lack of bicycle and pedestrian facilities on Boones Ferry Rd over the Tualatin River.

196

Reroute school buses away from Tualatin Community Park and railroad crossings.

NA3

Reroute school buses away from Tualatin Community Park and railroad crossings.

NA3

This is a policy recommendation, and would require coordination with First Student and potentially the schools to change release times to address congestion at the railroad crossings.

Congestion on Tualatin Road caused by buses stopping at each railroad crossing.

107

Restrict right turn on red at Nyberg Interchange.

CIB5

Restrict right turn on red at Nyberg Interchange.

CIB5

This would involve a sign at the intersection disallowing right turns on a red arrow. Restricting right turns on red could increase pedestrian safety as drivers would be required to stop when pedestrians have a cross signal, it could also create some additional backups on the southbound I-5 off-ramps as vehicles are no longer able to turn when the signal is red.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Safety concerns at a known high-crash location.

108

Rethink access between Tualatin Road and Tualatin Community Park.

CIB6

Rethink access between Tualatin Road and Tualatin Community Park.

CIB6

Turning left out of the northernmost park entrance is difficult. This project would not change the internal circulation of the park, but would look at ways to improve vehicle access at the northernmost park driveway. Options could include a signal or other modifications to improve safety.

Delay and difficulty of turning into and out of Tualatin Community Park.

101

Roundabout at Nyberg and 65th intersection.

CIB20

Roundabout at Nyberg and 65th intersection.

CIB20

A signal already exists at this location. This would be a three legged roundabout, which are difficult to balance the traffic volumes, especially if one leg has less traffic than the others. This project could be done in conjunction with an extension of 65th Avenue to the north.

This project is under further study. Future refinements will be posted as they are available.

Congestion on Nyberg St at 65th Ave.

100

Signal at Sagert and Martinazzi.

CIB2

Signal at Sagert and Martinazzi.

CIB2

Replace the existing four-way stop with a signal at Sagert St and Martinazzi Ave

Intersection safety and congestion concerns for all modes at Sagert St and Martinazzi Ave.

150

Synchronize turn signals to/from Boones Ferry to Tualatin-Sherwood; coordinate with the train signal.

IFA12

Synchronize turn signals to/from Boones Ferry to Tualatin-Sherwood; coordinate with the train signal.

IFA12

This is a policy recommendation to upgrade the signal timing to coordinate with the train signal, allowing for smoother operations when the train is running in peak hours when there is a lot of congestion.

Congestion and delay on Boones Ferry Rd at the Tualatin-Sherwood Rd intersection.

163

Upgrade Cipole Rd to standards with sidewalks and bike lanes.

IFC15

Upgrade Cipole Rd to standards with sidewalks and bike lanes.

IFC15

This is an urban upgrade project that would widen travel lanes, and ensure that sidewalks and bicycle lanes meet City standards. "Urban upgrade" projects are most efficiently completed upon redevelopment or construction/reconstruction of the roadway which will allow the City to look at improvements to pavement, roadway width, and shoulders, in addition to bicycle lanes and sidewalks.

Lack of bicycle and pedestrian facilities on Cipole Rd.

137

Upgrade Nyberg interchange for bicyclist safety.

DD2

Upgrade Nyberg interchange for bicyclist safety.

DD2

Upgrading the interchange could include colored pavement, increased striping, and signage that indicates cyclists are likely to be present. This could be accomplished by improving the sight distance at this intersection (moving guardrail), or by restricting the right turn on red from one or both of the right-turning lanes.

Bicycle safety concerns at this high crash location over I-5. This is a high crash location and there have been several reported incidents involving bicyclists.

118

Upgrade bridge surface and improve illumination along path in back of Haggens.

DA1

Upgrade bridge surface and improve illumination along path in back of Haggens.

DA1

This path connects apartments off of Sweek Drive near the Police Station and Heritage connecting to the WES Station. Upgrading the bridge surface could address safety and security concerns.

Pedestrian and bicycle safety and comfort concerns on the boardwalk.

162

Widen Myslony St to standards - reduce on-street parking.

IFC14

Widen Myslony St to standards - reduce on-street parking.

IFC14

This is an urban upgrade project that would widen travel lanes, and ensure that sidewalks and bicycle lanes meet City standards.

Myslony St is not built to city standards.