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Please click here to view the complete Station Design Concepts excerpt of the TriMet Conceptual Design Report for the Milwaukie area stations that was included in the March 17th, 2011 joint session the Planning Commission and Design & Landmarks Committee.
The Tacoma Station will be located just south of Tacoma St on the east side of McLoughlin Blvd (Hwy 99E). To read more about the Tacoma Street/Springwater Corridor Station area, click here.
The Downtown Milwaukie station will be located at the intersection of Main St and Lake Ave. To view the Downtown Milwaukie Station Area Designs Concept, click here.
The latest renderings of the Milwaukie Station building were shared with City Council at its December 7th, 2010, worksession.
Click here to view the illustrations that were displayed. Council directed staff to continue refining the design. The station building at 21st Avenue and Lake Road would be constructed by a private developer.
The Park Avenue station will be located at the intersection of McLoughlin Boulevard (Hwy 99E) and Park Avenue. Please see the Station Area Design Concept for more information.
Alignment Design Components
On March 7, 2011 TriMet held an Open House to present the many different design components of the future light rail alignment. To view TriMet's presentation materials from the Open House, click here.
Please visit the Updates and News page to read more about citizen turnout and input received.
View the TriMet simulation of the PMLR alignment from Portland to Milwaukie here.
PUBLIC ART PROGRAM
The artists that will create the public art for the Portland to Milwaukie Light Rail project have been selected. Click here to view the presentation TriMet made at the January 26, 2011 Design & Landmarks Committee meeting that shows the artists, and examples of their work, that have been chosen for Milwaukie's section of the alignment.
KELLOGG LAKE BRIDGE
The future Portland–Milwaukie Light Rail project bridge will span Kellogg Lake, Kronberg Park, and McLoughlin Boulevard.
March 17, 2011 Joint Session
In a joint meeting of the Milwaukie’s Planning Commission and Design & Landmarks Committee (DLC) on Thursday, March 17, 2011 the two groups provided TriMet with comments on the proposed designs for the Kellogg Light Rail Bridge.
Staff from Waterleaf, the bridge architect, gave a presentation explaining the design process that’s been employed to date and described three design concepts currently under consideration.