High level talks next month will decide fate of I-5 Rose Quarter project

What’s really going on with the controversial I-5 Rose Quarter project?

“I think the governments here are realizing we need to pay more attention to what the community is saying.”— Paul Slyman, Chief of Staff to Metro President Lynn Peterson

The activist group No More Freeways was quick to call it a “win for the good guys,” after Willamette Week reported Tuesday that the Oregon Department of Transportation would be required to complete a full Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the project as part of their obligation to fulfill National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements.

Source: High level talks next month will decide fate of I-5 Rose Quarter project – BikePortland.org