Category Archives: Columbia Crossing

14 reasons we need to re-think the Columbia River Crossing

Tell Salem: We Need To Re-Think The Columbia River Crossing Oregon’s Legislature is being asked to endorse the Columbia River Crossing — the most expensive public works project in the state’s history. The project’s initial costs to Oregon are estimated … Continue reading

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The CRC: A Boatload of Questions

The CRC: A Boatload of Questions 1.1 from Spencer Boomhower on Vimeo.

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Crossing the Columbia: How should we spend $3 to $10 billion?

Does the I-5 Bridge really need to be replaced? Will the Columbia River Crossing improve the region’s livability? How much will it really cost and how else could that money be used? Make your voice heard to elected officials! Please … Continue reading

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NECN Public Forum on the Columbia River Crossing, Monday, March 7th

Come to a Public Forum on the Columbia River Crossing By George Bruender & David Sweet, Co-chairs, NECN Land Use & Transportation What do you know about the Columbia River Crossing? Does the I-5 Bridge need to be replaced? Will … Continue reading

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Columbia Crossing: What Does It Mean?

The Columbia River Crossing. Can this $4 billion project over the 2nd biggest watershed in the US be turned into a GOOD financial, infrastructure and social investment? On March 25th, a panel of VIP experts gathered in Portland, Oregon for … Continue reading

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