Older people -- Housing -- Oregon -- Portland, Older people -- Services for, Older people -- Transportation -- Oregon, Older people
Toward an Age-Friendly Portland connects the people-friendly efforts of the Portland Plan with input and specific needs expressed by older Portlanders to create a vision for what people want their neighborhoods to be like as they grow older. This vision informs recommendations that may be integrated into Portland’s planning efforts. Orca Planning found that the needs of older adults now and in the future are not adequately met by the transportation, housing and greenspace options available in today’s Portland. This project was conducted under the supervision of Ethan Seltzer and Gil Kelley.
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Hanson, Dawn; Person, Mark; Phillips, Garrett; Rowan, Colin; Roughton, Collin; and Wicks, Alison, "Toward an Age-Friendly Portland" (2012). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 45.