Panel Discussion: What’s Next in the SW Corridor?
To explore what will it take to ensure an equitable, vibrant and safe Southwest Corridor for all, an online conversation took place on June 10, 2021. The panelists discussed the future of transit, housing and equitable development in the SW Corridor, and shared some exciting, community-driven initiatives underway. The discussion was hosted by Craft3, Community Housing Fund and Network for Oregon Affordable Housing.
An innovative tool to create more equitable outcomes as Metro plans to extend light rail. The Southwest Equity Coalition was formed to continue carrying out the strategy.
A guide for housing policy to leverage the investment in light rail service, prevent displacement and increase choices for low-income households and communities of color.
Envisions a healthy, connected, and multi-cultural town center and includes an action plan to meet the diverse needs of current and future residents and businesses.
An understanding of the overall landscape and needs of businesses in the area that could prevent displacement due to the economic impact of the transportation project.
A Detailed needs assessment to help achieving the goal of the WPTC Plan of fostering strong people and communities and building great places with access to all.