It's the same old same old. This was all very predictable and they've been talking about all of this for a year.
The thing that citizens should keep in mind is that the technocrats have made all of the decisions about how this $2.4 billion will be spent. The citizens got no input at all. No public comment, No request for feedback, no nothing. It's definitely food for the capital projects monster. Oh well, "your" government at work
Public transportation in Portland is similar to public transportation in the rest of the country. Unreliable, unpredictable, unclean and generally a roulette wheel Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't.
This $2.4 billion is to " avoid future gridlock "
Uh, we already have grid lock, this is not going to help