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STRATEGIC PLAN QUICK OVERVIEW We are nearly finished with our Strategic Planning effort STRATEGIC STRATEGIC PLAN PLAN OVERVIEW OVERVIEW 1 RELATIONSHIP RELATIONSHIP TO TO THE THE BUDGET BUDGET Places Places emphasis emphasis on on priority priority outcomes outcomes related to Asset Management, related to Asset Management, Safety, Safety, and and Growth Growth BBAC BBAC Members Members should should be be knowledgeable knowledgeable about about and and comfortable comfortable with with our our future future direction direction Goals Goals are are defined defined by by strategic strategic objectives objectives and and initiatives initiatives -- lend lend clarity/focus clarity/focus for for the the public public

Very Very likely likely that that this this years years budget budget requests requests will will begin begin to to tie tie funding funding to to our our strategic strategic goals goals Performance Performance measures measures are are also also defined defined for for each each objective objective and and will will help help to to ensure ensure we we are are making making progress progress on on our our goals goals over over time time The The timing timing of of the the budget budget and and our our strategic strategic plan plan does does not not leave leave much much time time for for full

full alignment alignment (by (by Feb) Feb) Remaining Remaining steps steps include include finalizing finalizing content, content, an an equity equity audit, audit, and and operational operational planning planning We We will, will, however, however, have have opportunities opportunities to to adjust adjust in in the the Spring Spring PBOT STRATEGIC PLAN PRESENTATION P O R T L A N D O R E G O N . G O V / T R A N S P O R TA T I O N OUR THREE STRATEGIC GOALS 2 DRAFT DELIVER GREAT TRANSPORTAION INFRASTRUCTURE MAKE PORTLANDS STREETS SAFE MANAGE FOR GROWTH PBOT will manage Portlands transportation PBOT will design and build a transportation PBOT will respond to Portlands unprecedented system by emphasizing the use of data and system that puts human beings front and growth by improving equitable mobility and

strategic decision-making to maintain and center, while working to create a safety-first planning our future transportation system to extend the life, quality, and performance of our culture across our City and advance our Vision help people and goods get where they need to transportation infrastructure at minimal cost to Zero goal of eliminating traffic deaths and go easily, reliably, efficiently, and with minimal the public. serious injuries on Portland Streets by 2025. negative impacts. PBOT STRATEGIC PLAN PRESENTATION DRAFT P O R T L A N D O R E G O N . G O V / T R A N S P O R TA T I O N THE OUTCOMES WE WILL WORK TO DELIVER i. ii. A transparent, equitable, easily understandable process for selecting and funding projects. Tax payer savings and community benefits are realized by selecting projects that deliver the highest return on investment for all Portlanders. iii. Projects are increasingly cost effective and deliver better, long range outcomes due to increased focus on prevention iv. PBOT enhances the performance of transportation assets across Portland and increases the publics trust i. ii. PBOT STRATEGIC PLAN PRESENTATION Drivers across the city understand the role speed plays in safety outcomes, and operate at safe speeds >90% of the time, thus improving road safety iii. The number of projects delivered annually to improve safety conditions for all road users including pedestrians and bicyclists, increases by 100% by 2022 iv.

3 Streets are safer for pedestrians and cyclists due to the progress made on modal network completion as well as strategic investments in safety infrastructure By 2022, Portland sees a 50% decrease in the number of fatalities and serious injuries on City roads UNDER DEVELOPMENT BUT WILL FOCUS ON i. Increased, as well as improved, options (routes, lanes, etc) for all modes ii. Improved system efficiency and reliability iii. Affordable, community focused transportation choices, incentives and information iv. Inclusive approaches to engaging our community in shaping our future transportation system v. Alignment of land use and transportation vi. And, ultimately, a measurable shift in modal choices over time (as a result of the outcomes delivered above combined with safety and great infrastructure) P O R T L A N D O R E G O N . G O V / T R A N S P O R TA T I O N OUR GOALS ARE COMPLENTARY AS WELL AS DEPENDENT What if We Strategic Alignment for a Better Portland Installed a new protected bike lane without planning for long term maintenance Built a pedestrian network without the appropriate safety infrastructure Failed to bolster Bus Rapid Transit with incentives and a focus on affordability Designed our streets based on yesterdays solutions, without adapting to the Portland of today, and tomorrow 4 PBOT STRATEGIC PLAN PRESENTATION P O R T L A N D O R E G O N . G O V / T R A N S P O R TA T I O N WHAT WE WILL FOCUS ON OVER THE NEXT 3 YEARS?

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES Build Our Internal Capacity Objectives Initiatives establish clear decision authority, enhance partnerships city-wide, invest in staff training and resourcing Better Data and Tools perform routine condition assessments, establish state of good repair targets, develop an enterprise asset management system Smarter Investments budget prioritization, decision tools, manage jurisdictional transfers, establish lifecycle costs, improve utility coordination Deliver and Communicate deliver on asset performance goals, assess and report on progress, enhance transparency ? STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES* ? Address Pedestrian/Cyclist Safety Increase Network Capacity address priority crossing gaps, increase rate of sidewalk & lane construction, improve lighting conditions, education, improve signal timing Invest in priority TSP and Nextgen projects (based on VZ, modal, and freight/transit plans); multi-modal network completion, level of service, and options Safe Speeds Prioritize Use of the Right of Way develop safe speed strategy, expand automated enforcement, communicate strategically, prioritize traffic calming Meet Urgent Safety Needs develop rapid response delivery process, streamline established Vision Zero project delivery, clear prioritization of safety projects, mitigate displacement, educate and support Better Data and Tools evaluate safety projects, identify technology that can enhance insight into risk/outcomes *These objectives are meant to enhance the delivery of the Vision Zero Action Plan & will continue to prioritize delivery along Portlands high crash corridors

5 STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES PBOT STRATEGIC PLAN PRESENTATION (Mark an x next to the Objectives/Initiatives that stand out to you) use ROW to advance our modal priorities, performance-based parking, enhanced signalization, CCIM/ETC, high priority bike/ped projects, new mobility, equitable (congestion) pricing methods Increase Walking, Biking, & Transit via Incentives/Info digital service delivery, new TDM Action Plan (focus on underserved), community-led programs, commute trip reduction program (for major employers) Establish a Formal Feedback Loop inclusive community engagement, modal project evaluation, data acquisition strategy Coordinate Land Use and Transportation Planning Efforts integrated growth plans, guidelines/review processes, parking strategies, affordability strategy, digital access to enable telework P O R T L A N D O R E G O N . G O V / T R A N S P O R TA T I O N ? HOW SHOULD WE PRIORITIZE OUR INVESTMENTS? Two key questions that PBOT is seeking input on today What activities should we prioritize within each of our goals? How should we prioritize investment across our three goals? 6 PBOT STRATEGIC PLAN PRESENTATION DRAFT P O R T L A N D O R E G O N . G O V / T R A N S P O R TA T I O N PRIORITIZING OUR STRATEGIC GOALS How would you prioritize our three strategic goals (1, 2, 3)? 7 PBOT STRATEGIC PLAN PRESENTATION P O R T L A N D O R E G O N . G O V / T R A N S P O R TA T I O N

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