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US 89:

--- Quote from: Alps on September 14, 2021, 07:41:05 PM ---k/h? We don't talk about 40 m/h.

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I'm sure some of the Vision Zero anti-car new urbanists would if you gave them a chance.

Bruce:
A good map of the North Seattle/North Eastside plans of the late 1960s, found in a report on the Kenmore-Swamp Creek Freeway (which was also never built).

Bruce:
And from Portland: the 1964 plan for I-205, which would have been closer to the city and cut through Lake Oswego (who strongly opposed it).



Source: The Oregonian, June 11, 1964

Alps:

--- Quote from: Bruce on October 17, 2021, 05:18:31 AM ---And from Portland: the 1964 plan for I-205, which would have been closer to the city and cut through Lake Oswego (who strongly opposed it).


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Looks like that tied directly into the end of OR 217?

Bruce:

--- Quote from: Alps on October 17, 2021, 01:10:06 PM ---
--- Quote from: Bruce on October 17, 2021, 05:18:31 AM ---And from Portland: the 1964 plan for I-205, which would have been closer to the city and cut through Lake Oswego (who strongly opposed it).


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Looks like that tied directly into the end of OR 217?

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Not quite. The southern terminus would have been at where I-5 crosses under Bonita Road, just south of the OR 217 ramps.

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