In May 2018, Tualatin voters approved a $20 million G.O. bond measure to support high priority transportation projects, distributed citywide. The bond measure enables the City to move quickly to finance and build the priority projects within just a few years.
Project priorities are guided by community input demonstrating broad support for Tualatin’s three most pressing transportation issues:
New signals and added travel lanes and turning lanes on Tualatin-Sherwood Road and other streets
New pedestrian crossings with signals and driver feedback signs that display speed
Safe Access to Schools
New crosswalks, speed controls and sidewalks to and from schools
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THIRD Annual Report
To date, 14 Built projects!
8 more projects Underway.
Sidewalk Art Contest Winners Announced
Nine artists have been selected for Tualatin’s 2020 sidewalk art contest. Their designs will be imprinted in new sidewalks around the city constructed through the Tualatin Moving Forward transportation bond program.
- Emma Brockway
- Chyna Haider
- Timothy McCarthy
- Monica Robertson
- Jenna Read Stout
- Cassidy Wilfong
- Cora Wilfong
- Derek Wilfong
- KC Wilson