Document Type

Report

Publication Date

2015

Keywords

City planning -- Oregon -- Mosier, Community development -- Oregon -- Mosier, Urban transportation -- Oregon -- Moiser

Abstract

Mosier is a community located in the scenic Columbia River Gorge that is "small enough to make a difference." Mosier prides itself on its historic roots, progressive community, its role as a gateway to the agricultural valleys of Eastern Oregon. Unfortunately, Mosier's Main Street, Historic Highway 30, does not reflect the community's commitment to sustainability, economic development, and multimodal transportation. The Slow Mo' Main Street Concept Plan is a high-level guide for future transportation planning along highway 30 in downtown Mosier. The plan outlines conceptual design strategies and programmatic recommendations for Highway 30, to help ensure that Mosier's Main Street reflects community priorities, supports a thriving downtown, and creates a safe and inviting corridor for people traveling on foot, by bike, and by motor vehicle.

This project was conducted under the supervision of Sy Adler Marisa Zapata and Susan Harnett.

Description

Client: City of Mosier

The Executive Summary, Appendix A, Appendix B and Toolkit are located below in Additional Files

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/15677

SlowMo_Executive_Summary.pdf (1746 kB)
Executive Summary

SlowMo_AppendixA.pdf (3985 kB)
Appendix A

SlowMo_Strategy_Toolbox.pdf (21055 kB)
Appendix B and Toolkit

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