Help shape the future!
Interstate Bridge Replacement program
Open House and Interactive Survey
February 16 – March 1
We are replacing the aging Interstate Bridge across the Columbia River with a modern, seismically resilient, multimodal structure. Comprehensive and equitable community engagement is at the foundation of decision making for the Interstate Bridge Replacement program. We need your voice and vision to build a program that is reflective of the communities we serve.
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How to Participate
1. Take our online survey
2. Watch our videos
3. View our exhibit boards
4. Share your thoughts
5. Call us - we can assist you with the survey. (503) 897-9219.
For translation services, ADA or Civil Rights Title VI accommodations, please call (503) 897-9219. For an ADA accessible survey click here.
Your input is important!
A transparent process with extensive and inclusive community involvement is critical to identifying a solution the region supports. Complete this short survey to help us better understand the transportation problems you experience with the Interstate Bridge and your vision for an effective solution. The survey will be open February 16 – March 1, 2021.
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