Tualatin Valley Trail Concept Plan
Tualatin Valley Trail Online open house
Share feedback on three possible routes for the Tualatin Valley (TV) Trail in Aloha, between Cornelius Pass Road and 160th Avenue, in an online open house.
Washington County Land Use & Transportation planning staff is considering three route alternatives that run parallel to TV Highway along either Johnson, Blanton or Shaw streets. Open house participants will be able to review and comment on the route alternatives, and on how a future trail best serves and becomes a vital part of the community.
The open house ends Dec. 11.
Fulfilling the community's vision
Tualatin Valley Trail Study Area map
Join Washington County and the Oregon Department of Transportation in planning a regional trail in the Aloha area to connect Beaverton, Aloha and Hillsboro, as well the greater Portland region with the Oregon Coast. This trail has been a topic of community discussions for decades. It’s time to make this vision a reality.
The Tualatin Valley Trail supports the
community vision of a low-stress, safe trail
for recreation, commuting and reaching destinations.
Be a part of the journey
We invite you to participate in planning this long-awaited trail. In the coming months, we will host opportunities online for you to share your ideas for the trail including:
- The route: Which route provides the best access to nature? Which route best connects you to community destinations or other regional trails?
- The design: How should the trail look? Which features should it include?
- The implementation: How should the trail be funded? Which portions should be built first?
|Complete interested parties’ survey and get updates here|
TV Trail Existing and Future Conditions Report
The TV Trail Existing and Future Conditions Report highlights the history of the Tualatin Valley Trail and how it will eventually connect Aloha with the Willamette River and the Pacific Ocean.
The report catalogs traffic and safety characteristics, including an inventory of existing bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure. It also documents planning efforts in the last 10 years, which resulted in over $100 million in transportation investments to improve safety and mobility in Aloha.
Finally, there is an overview of plans and trail design guidance from agency partners in the region, including the Oregon Department of Transportation, Metro, Tualatin Hills Parks and Recreation District and city of Hillsboro Parks & Recreation Department.