February 19, 2019
The Port of Hood River will host a "Traffic and Revenue 101" public work session to inform the public on the purpose and need of Traffic and Revenue studies. These studies are expensive and provide bridge owners a variety of information that is used in developing bridge capacity and toll ranges. Rick Gobeille, from Stantec, a world-leading transportation firm out of New York City, speak and answer questions about the different types of Traffic and Revenue studies and share findings from a low-level sketch analysis produced for the Hood River-White Salmon Interstate bridge. High level Traffic and Revenue studies are a key component of post-NEPA activity.
The work session will take place from 4:00pm - 5:00pm (immediately preceding the Port Board of Commissioners meeting) at the Port conference room located at 1000 E. Port Marina Drive in Hood River.
For more information contact Kevin Greenwood at email@example.com.