Transportation Homepage

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Welcome to the City of Milwaukie's transportation home page. The City established the transportation page to serve as a central resource for information about current transportation projects, commute options, and transportation policy and planning.

Current News 

Transportation System Plan 
The City of Milwaukie recently completed an update of its Transportation System Plan (TSP). The TSP is an important document that contains the City's long-term transportation goals, policies, and plans for pedestrians, cyclists, drivers, transit users, and freight carriers. It identifies the issues and projects that are important to the community, and it helps the City obtain transportation funding from State and federal agencies. You can view the adopted TSP here.

Street Surface Maintenance Program 
In December 2006, the City Council voted to adopt a Street Surface Maintenance Program (SSMP). The City began collecting revenue in summer 2007 and the first projects began in Summer 2007. Projects completed to date include: overlay work on 42nd Avenue (north of Harvey), 37th Avenue (from Highway 224 to Lake) , Washington Street (from McLoughlin to Oak), and Oak Street (from Highway 224 to Monroe). King Road was partially reconstructed from 43rd to Hollywood in Summer 2008. The next seasons set of projects is currently being evaluated. For information on the background behind the program and its establishment, please visit the SSMP home page.


Current Transportation Projects
Projects underway in Milwaukie and the region.

Pedestrian Information 
Good for your body, good for our community, good for our world.

Bicyclist Information 
Maps, parking, laws, and more! 

If You Want to Ride the Bus 
Trip planner, route maps, and schedules. 

Street Surface Maintenance Program 
Protecting our roads. 
Downtown Parking Information 
More long-term parking makes it easier to park downtown. 
If You Have to Drive… 
Tips on saving money and reducing trips. 
Maintenance Activities 
What the City's doing and how you can help. 
Neighborhood Traffic Management Program
Promoting responsible, safe, and courteous driving.
Employer Information
Tools to help you save money, save energy, and reduce the strain of your employees' commute

For more information, please contact Alex Campbell at 503-786-7608 or

Last updated: 10/02/2008