LUTRAQLand Use, Transportation and Air Quality Connection (Oregon)
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The LUTRAQ planners also successfully made the case that just as railroad suburbs in New York, Philadelphia and Boston were popular at the turn of the century, a strong market exists today for modern transit developments.
The LUTRAQ team also made progress on helping the Portland region implement a new land use transportation concept to begin reversing trends in travel behavior.
Early indications from city leaders and public-interest groups are that the LUTRAQ approach is working.
Given the choice to pursue LUTRAQ strategies or construct the long-planned West Eugene Parkway, the voters clearly selected the construction of the parkway.
In any event, the Eugene City Council removed the Bus Rapid Transit option from west Eugene before the election, effectively killing any LUTRAQ possibility in the foreseeable future.
A LUTRAQ solution for west Eugene would ease traffic congestion, improve traffic flow between western Lane County and Interstate 5, and reduce air pollution.
A LUTRAQ treatment would save money so that priority road projects that have been "futured" (which means "canceled") can still move forward.
A LUTRAQ solution worked for Portland, it can work for Eugene.