Station 4: Process Timeline and Next Steps
Project Identification: March - June 2021
- Use statewide Active Transportation Needs Inventory (ATNI) to identify high-scoring leverage and stand-alone project opportunities.
- Identify Safe Routes to Schools (SRTS) projects utilizing past ODOT SRTS applications that demonstrate strong community support and have a high ATNI score.
- Develop a draft list of projects (leverage with Fix-It and Americans with Disability Act (ADA) Programs and stand-alone projects) and review list for feasibility, readiness, and programmatic targets like SRTS.
- ODOT Active Transportation Liaisons (ATLs) will work with Public Transportation Division and other ODOT region staff to develop project concepts for the list of improvements in their regions.
Project Scoping: July 2021 - March 2022
- Pedestrian and Bicycle Program manager will work with regional ATLs, ODOT district and area managers to refine the project list and draft business cases that document the identified problem, proposed solution, project risks and cost estimate.
Project Refinement and Selection: July 2022 - June 2023
- After scoping, the project list is refined and shortened due to updated project cost estimates.
The Oregon Transportation Commission ultimately approves the project list.
Learn more about our other active transportation funding programs and resources at: www.oregonwalkbike.org
Your feedback will be reviewed by staff and used to help inform program development. Staff will also use your feedback to inform decision-making if additional funding becomes available.
Jessica Horning, Pedestrian and Bicycle Program Manager
LeeAnne Fergason, Safe Routes to School Program Manager
Susan Peithman, Strategic Investments Program Manager