Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Woodlawn activists know who has the power at Trimet

Look carefully on this page: They say they MIGHT build a layover with landscaping, sound walls and so forth and they MIGHT create an additional stop connecting the 6 to the 8.  In person, they say there will be a public meeting probably in late April and nothing permanent will be done before then
We need to contact the people we know who have influence over higher-ups in TriMet, to inform them of the opportunity being missed to get more riders by connecting the 8 to more lines and locations.  Who do you know who is influential, and would you be willing to lobby them?  I can provide you with the proposed line extension illustrations and talking points.
Go Woodlawn! » Update on TriMet Line 8 Layover

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