Transportation System Plan

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The City of Camas is continuing to work on the Transportation System Plan (TSP), and we appreciate your help so far!

As you may be aware, this plan will guide how we develop and invest in streets, pedestrian and bike facilities, and transit to meet the current and future needs of Camas and the surrounding areas. It will help determine which projects, policies, and programs are important to enhancing the quality of life in the city.

With this in mind, we ask that you complete the TSP survey #1, below. The information you provide will help us better understand the issues we’re currently facing, and it will help us develop solutions that will serve the community for years to come!

The TSP provides the basis for prioritizing projects and calculating Traffic Impact Fees. Additionally, the TSP helps to secure State and Federal Funding for those projects.

Thank you in advance for your participation!

You can also visit https://www.camastsp.com/ for more information!

If you're interested in viewing the Transportation Plan as it relates to the Camas 2035 plan, please use the link on the right and scroll to page 47.

The City of Camas is continuing to work on the Transportation System Plan (TSP), and we appreciate your help so far!

As you may be aware, this plan will guide how we develop and invest in streets, pedestrian and bike facilities, and transit to meet the current and future needs of Camas and the surrounding areas. It will help determine which projects, policies, and programs are important to enhancing the quality of life in the city.

With this in mind, we ask that you complete the TSP survey #1, below. The information you provide will help us better understand the issues we’re currently facing, and it will help us develop solutions that will serve the community for years to come!

The TSP provides the basis for prioritizing projects and calculating Traffic Impact Fees. Additionally, the TSP helps to secure State and Federal Funding for those projects.

Thank you in advance for your participation!

You can also visit https://www.camastsp.com/ for more information!

If you're interested in viewing the Transportation Plan as it relates to the Camas 2035 plan, please use the link on the right and scroll to page 47.

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    Please address Lake Rd. This has become a major thoroughfare with people driving well in excess of 50 mph. Recommend speed humps, radar-indicated speed signs, and curbed left turn lanes.

    Gabriel asked 22 days ago

    Thank you for using Engage Camas, we will provide this comment to staff. Please note that we applied for a Safety Grant for Lake Rd, but we were unsuccessful this last round. However, we will continue to apply for these types of grants. 

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    Hello - Are there plans to make the Lacamas lake/round lake park more walkable for the adjacent communities? The three main roads to the lake/parks (SE Crown Road /NE Everett/Lake Road) are not walkable (though you see people trying daily). This means people living within a half mile of the lake and parks often cannot walk there safely/easily. It would be a huge improvement to have sidewalks in these areas. Thank you!

    RNorth asked 3 months ago

    Thank you for using Engage Camas.  Crown Road and Lake Road are currently in our Long Range planning process and we will look into bike/pedestrian accessibility and left turn lanes.  In terms of Everett, please visit https://engagecamas.com/everett-street-corridor-analysis to learn about our new study.



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    Will there ever be protected bike lanes, or anything else to come up Everett from Lacamas Lake to 43rd Ave to the high school? I continually see pedestrians walking, mothers with strollers and cyclists hugging the shoulder or walking on it. This is incredibly dangerous for pedestrians and there is ample room to build out from 35th Ave heading north. Especially for students walking or riding bikes to school.

    ryoukhana asked 3 months ago

    Thank you for using Engage Camas. Your questions is very timely as the City of Camas will be evaluating the Everett Street Corridor from NE Lake Road to NE 3rd Street (city limits) to determine how the roadway and intersections can be best configured to allow for safe, efficient passage through and access to the area by motorists, pedestrians, and cyclists who work, live, and play in Camas and the neighboring vicinities, while providing for planned growth. Please visit https://engagecamas.com/everett-street-corridor-analysis   for more information. 

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    Why do the street planning areas seem to avoid the edges of camas/ older neighborhood. The Norwood/ Forrest Home Park neighborhood has many blind hills with sidewalks and have had many accidents/ ran over pets/ animals. I proposed we prioritize safety and bringing sidewalks to areas without any rather than redoing areas of high traffic/ more wealth that have them already

    Chris Goessler asked 7 months ago

    Thank you for using Engage Camas, and thank you for your comment. This comment has been provided to the staff members currently working on this project, and will be taken into consideration. 

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    I am concerned about the cost effectiveness of the transportation plan being proposed. I suggest we keep the speed limits low: for example, in the back country it could easily be 40mph. I also suggest putting up warning signs at sharp curves. That, more than anything would keep our motorists, pedestrians, kids and animals safe. Please consider these simple and inexpensive solutions before beginning to straighten and widening roads.

    Anaw asked 8 months ago

    Thank you for using Engage Camas.  We will provide your comment and suggestions to staff and the consultants currently working on the project.  In addition, the City has applied for grant funding for curve safety improvements on roads that are within the city limits. 

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    WHY do people make so much noise against light rail? Even under the very best of circumstances that's many years down the road. So why is that even in the conversation right now? But since it is. I'm all for it. I support any green way possible to get us out of our cars and trucks, most of which only have one person in them.

    Leslie C asked 8 months ago

    Thank you for using Engage Camas, and thank you for your comment. This has been provided to staff and consultants who are currently working on this project.

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    I would love to see sidewalks put in on SE 15th street between Camas High School and NE Umatilla St. So many kids walk from the neighborhood to the high school and the is barley any space for them to walk on SE 15th. It is very concerning and a huge safety issue.

    JFH asked 8 months ago

    Thank you for using Engage Camas, and thank you for your comment. This has been provided to staff and consultants who are currently working on this project.

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    Why when choosing an image to represent traffic in Camas, why didn't you use an image of traffic in Camas? Don't you see this as being a bit disingenuous?

    Leslie C asked 8 months ago

    Thank you for using Engage Camas.  The image is simply a stock image to portray transportation, so that individuals will easily recognize the project each time. We're certainly not trying to portray that Camas has traffic issues like a big city, it's more about branding the project. However, we will take your concern into consideration for future projects.  

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    We have live in the same neighborhood for 15yrs. Top of Prune Hill. We are desperate for sidewalks along 16th, and 18th. Along the deer house and past the water towers. So dangerous for all bikers and walks for which there are many. Also, Cascade is now very busy and in desperate need to speed bumps or street narrowing islands. People drive 45 to 50mph along the street. Kids ,including our own play and ride bike all through this neighborhood. Recently, a driver looking at their phone ran straight into a street light. We worry for the kids and our home. This simple improvements are long overdue!

    KatieA asked 9 months ago

    Thank you for using Engage Camas, and thank you for your comment. This has been provided to staff and consultants who are currently working on this project.

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    Are there any plans for a crosswalk at 3rd and Joy? People drive incredibly fast on 3rd even though the speed limit is low, and Louis Bloch park would be much safer to access if there were a crosswalk here.

    cthompson asked 9 months ago

    Thank you for your question. A crosswalk in this location would need to include enhanced warning and safety measures in order to get the attention of motorists. This improvement has been identified in City’s Local Road Safety Plan.

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