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Committee Meetings and Materials
One of the barriers for pedestrians and bicyclists is Macadam Drive.

The project’s Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC), a group that includes neighborhood, business and interest group representatives, as well as property owners, meets jointly with the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC). The TAC is comprised of representatives of City bureaus with an interest in the project and is charged with sharing information with the CAC to inform their discussions (view the CAC and TAC roster). The CAC is charged with making recommendations to Commissioner Adams and the City Council about the bridge design and associated pedestrian crossing improvements.

Materials produced for the Gibbs Street Pedestrian Bridge Project will be made available below. All interested community members are invited to attend these meetings and public comment is welcomed at the end of the meetings, however non-member participation is not permitted during the meetings. If you have any questions or comments, please tell us what you think.

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Upcoming Meetings The next meeting will be held on September 24, 2008 from 9:00 to 11:30 am at the Portland Building, 3rd floor Fir Creek Room (1120 SW 5th).

Past Meetings
July 23, 2008
Agenda (PDF, 77KB)
Preliminary pedestrian improvements (PDF, 1.43MB)
Preliminary pedestrian improvements - intersection details (PDF, 255KB)
Extradosed Bridge sketch (PDF, 427KB)

June 25, 2008 - Open House
Open House Summary (PDF, 71KB)
Open House Display Boards - These boards give the background and constraints of the project and include an aerial photo of the study area. (PDF, 2.57MB)
Clear Span Bridge Design Boards - These boards compare the different bridge designs that do not have any piers (supports) in the I-5 right-of-way, between the bridge ends. (PDF, 798KB)
Two Span Bridge Design Boards - These boards compare the different bridge designs that have one pier (support) in the I-5 right-of-way, between the bridge ends. (PDF, 1MB)
Three Span Bridge Design Boards - These boards compare the different bridge designs that have two piers (supports) in the I-5 right-of-way, between the bridge ends. (PDF, 569KB)
Landing Display Boards - These boards show some rough sketched ideas for the east and west landing areas of the bridge. These sketches show how the bridge could connect to Moody Avenue on the east and Kelly Avenue on the west. (PDF, 1.21MB)
Set Aside Ideas Display Boards - These boards show some ideas that were not carried forward to this stage of the project. (PDF, 1.54MB)

June 23 and 24, 2008
June 23 Agenda (PDF, 65KB)
June 24 Agenda (PDF, 65KB)

May 21, 2008
Agenda (PDF, 42KB)
Bridge Clearance Display Board (PDF, 356KB)
Map Titles Display Board (PDF, 364KB)
Connections and Costs Display Board (PDF, 360KB)
Operating Protocols - Revised Approval (PDF, 69KB)

April 16, 2008
Agenda (PDF, 66KB)
Operating Protocols - discussed these operating protocols during the meeting (PDF, 57KB)
Meeting Summary (PDF, 85KB)

March 19, 2008
Agenda (PDF, 81KB)
Meeting Summary (PDF, 104KB)

February 20, 2008
Agenda (PDF, 85KB)
Meeting Summary (PDF, 104KB)

January 9, 2008
Agenda (PDF, 91KB)
Meeting Summary (PDF, 102KB)


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