The Road Capital Improvement Plan and Program (CIPP) ensures limited public funds are invested in transportation projects providing the greatest public benefit. The plan is updated every five years.

The Road CIPP will look at roads in Multnomah County. These roads are in rural east and west Multnomah County, urban pockets in Multnomah County, and collector and arterial roads in Fairview, Troutdale, and Wood Village. 

This update will not include the Willamette River Bridges in Portland, as those bridges were evaluated and updated in 2015. The Bridge CIPP can be found within the 2015 update to FY 14-18 CIPP on the list below.

The CIPP is a two-part process. The Capital Improvement Plan identifies and ranks improvement needs on county roadways over the next 20 years.  The county’s network of roads lies outside the cities of Gresham and Portland. Projects that accommodate all modes of transportation — motor vehicle, pedestrian and bicycle, and improvements to fish passage culverts — are considered.

The Capital Improvement Program assigns anticipated revenues to the highest priority projects for a five-year period. The program is reviewed by the County Transportation Division annually for programming updates. The annual updates ensure that anticipated capital revenues are adjusted to more current projections, and capital project expenditures are allocated appropriately.

This update is scheduled to be completed in December 2018.

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