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Economist Joe Cortright: “It’s dishonest of the state departments of transportation to tell people there’s a $140 million penalty for not moving forward with this project.”

Legislative leaders say they won’t re-start Columbia River Crossing panel yet.

Kris Strickler currently oversees the highway division and oversaw the unsuccessful Columbia River Crossing effort.

They say transportation planners should examine the effects of transit and tolling.

It’s a significant complication for the massive highway project.

Traffic demand for the bridges cratered—declining 49% from 2013 to 2018.

In an interview with WW, Blumenauer was clear: light rail, or no bridge at all.

In other news: Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty a “convert” to body cams.

Commuters could be one step closer to bypassing the typically clogged freeways over the Columbia River thanks to a potential new ferry service between downtown Portland and Vancouver, Wash. The Murdock Trust has provided Friends of the Frog Ferry with a $300,000 grant to study the benefits and costs of adding a public water transportation in the Portland-metro area. The nonprofit estimates that a ferry would get passengers from Vancouver to Portland in 38 minutes.