Please attend the high-speed train meeting in Portland on Wednesday, May 19! Click here to RSVP and get directions.Oregon and Washington officials have proposed a fast train that goes from Eugene to Portland to Seattle quicker than it takes to drive, is 95% on time and runs all day. Pipe dream? Nope. President Obama has made high-speed trains a priority. Our region got $560 million last year to get started.
Now, we have a shot at getting millions more in the coming years — but only if Oregonians speak up and show lawmakers that we want high-speed rail. Oregon officials want to hear from you. They are holding an open house to present the plan, answer questions and get your input. Your voice will make a big difference.What: Oregon Department of Transportation open house in Portland on high-speed rail plans.
When: Wednesday, May 19, 2010 from 4:30-6:30 p.m.
Where: ODOT Region 1 Office, Conference Room A & B, 123 NW Flanders, Portland
See you there!