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:

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Congestion Relief

New signals and added travel lanes and turning lanes on Tualatin-Sherwood Road and other streets

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Neighborhood Safety

New pedestrian crossings with signals and driver feedback signs that display speed

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Safe Access to Schools

New crosswalks, speed controls and sidewalks to and from schools

Watch Our 2-Minute Video!

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This safe crosswalk at Boones Ferry Rd and Siletz Dr opened in October – find out what’s coming next!

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To date, 5 Built projects!

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15 more projects Underway.

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Getting to Know Uma...

  • Age: 4 1/2
  • Weight: 60 lbs.
  • Gender: Female
  • Breed: Golden Retriever
  • Favorite Walk: Anywhere that has people for petting.
  • Favorite Tualatin Park: She loves Community Park.
  • Favorite Foods: Steak and bell peppers.
  • Guilty Pleasures: Sleeping on the people bed; visiting TualatinMovingForward.com
  • Shelter-at-Home Activities: Breakfast, nap, nap, nap, walk, nap, dinner, nap, bedtime.

2020 Sidewalk Art Contest – Next Steps

  • June 1, 2020 – Contest closes
  • June 16 – Tualatin Art Advisory Committee reviews and selects entries
  • June 30 – Artists notified of selected entries
  • July 2020 to 2021 – Sidewalk art installed during construction

Tualatin Moving Forward

Six Things You Should Know

  • 1 Traffic congestion and neighborhood traffic safety repeatedly score as the #1 concern among Tualatin residents on community surveys.
  • 2 To address traffic congestion and safety problems, Tualatin voters approved a $20 million General Obligation bond measure on the May 2018 ballot.
  • 3 Congestion relief projects will add new signals and/ or travel lanes on Tualatin-Sherwood Road, Sagert St at Martinazzi Ave, Tualatin Road, and Myslony St.
  • 4 Neighborhood traffic safety improvements include crosswalks with pedestrian-activated signals, sidewalks, bikeways, and driver feedback signs that display speed, in areas identified by residents as priorities.
  • 5 5. These traffic congestion and safety improvement projects are already underway and will be completed within five years of bond approval – by 2023.
  • 6 6. The bond measure approved by voters is estimated to increase the property tax by 49 cents per $1,000 of taxable value, or $146 per year for a typical Tualatin home assessed at $300,000. Tualatin has one of the lowest tax rates among Washington County cities, and a low level of debt. The City’s excellent Aa1 bond rating reduces interest paid on City-issued bonds.

The Regional Context:

What Tualatin Residents May Notice About Traffic Congestion

 
Traffic
Scorecard*

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Most Congested Metro Area

Portland is the nation’s 40th largest – but #12 most congested metro area (of 297 metro cities)

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Most Congested in North America

#13 in North America (319 cities) – more congested than any city in Mexico and every Canadian city except Montreal.

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Most Congested in the World

#40 most congested in world (1,360 cities)

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Portland area congestion is worst at peak commute hours, but now present at all times of day/week

Most Congested U.S. Cities**

  • 1 Honolulu
  • 2 Jacksonville
  • 3 San Diego
  • 4 Los Angeles
  • 5 Portland

* Source: INRIX Global Traffic Scorecard, February 2018
** Source: WAZE Driver Satisfaction Index, December 2017