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Alternative Transportation Futures
This project supports the Willamette Valley Livability Forum in its efforts to facilitate and coordinate a long-range, comprehensive, regional look at the future of land use and transportation in Oregon's Willamette Valley. By simulating possible futures and their impacts, project partners will be able to make recommendations to federal, state, and local government, as well as to leaders of business, industry, and non-profit organizations in the Valley. The recommendations will identify the actions and implementation strategies that should be pursued now to manage future impacts of growth on transportation and to help enhance the future livability of the Valley.

Resources
Alternative Transportation Futures Displays (440K)
Fact Sheet: Alternative Transportation Futures Project Background and Purpose (389K)
Fact Sheet: Alternative Transportation Futures Key Findings (123K)
Fact Sheet: Alternative Transportation Futures Methodology Overview (77K)
Modeling Analysis of Willamette Valley Transportation and Land Use Alternatives (786K)

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Transportation and Land Use Planning Applications—Gainesville, Florida Forum (2.47 MB) (For a PowerPoint version of the slide show, click here.)
Alternative Transportation Futures: Transportation Impacts of Possible Futures in the Willamette Valley (Works best with Internet Explorer browser. For a PowerPoint version of the slide show, click here.)

For more information contact Larry Schaffner at (541) 682-4341 or by e-mail at lschaffner@lcog.org.

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