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Accountability Dashboard

Listening, learning, and reporting back to our community. 

 

Accountability Dashboard  January - March 2022

The IBR Accountability Dashboard is a transparency tool designed to share engagement metrics and hold the program accountable to the public. Ongoing and inclusive community engagement is critical to identify a solution that balances differing regional perspectives and best serves the complex needs of the variety of users. The metrics below are the results of community engagement efforts conducted from January-March 2022. Additional engagement opportunities will continue throughout the life of the program.

Read the 2021 Fall Community Engagement Report

Listening

Public Meetings Held

12

January - March 2022

Website Visitors

6,757

January – March 2022

Social Engagements

5,000+

January – March 2022

Community Survey Interviews

1,005

April 2022

Equity Round Table Event Viewers

100

January - March 2022

Community Presentations

50+

January - March 2022

Advisory Committee Meeting Engagement

January – March 2022

Accessibility

January – March 2022

Newsletter Subscribers

6,724

Subscribers to date

Comments Received

127

January – March 2022

Media Stories

109

January – March 2022

Learning

Design Options Presented 

Community Survey

In November, the program shared design options with the community through an online open house, community briefings, and listening sessions . Following these efforts, an online survey was distributed that resulted in over 9,600 community responses.

<p>Hayden Island / Marine Drive Full Interchange view from North Portland with two bridge option.</p>
<p>Hayden Island / Marine Drive Full Interchange view from North Portland with two bridge option.</p>
<p>Hayden Island / Marine Drive Full Interchange view from Hayden Island with two bridge option.</p>
<p>Hayden Island / Marine Drive Full Interchange view from Hayden Island with two bridge option.</p>
<p>Hayden Island / Marine Drive Full Interchange view from Marine Drive to Hayden Island with two bridge option.</p>
<p>Hayden Island / Marine Drive Full Interchange view from Marine Drive to Hayden Island with two bridge option.</p>
<p>Hayden Island / Marine Drive Full Interchange view from Hayden Island with two bridge option.</p>
<p>Hayden Island / Marine Drive Full Interchange view from Hayden Island with two bridge option.</p>
<p>Downtown Vancouver Two Bridge Option shows High Capacity Transit hugging 1-5 and a Washington St option. </p>
<p>Downtown Vancouver Two Bridge Option shows High Capacity Transit hugging 1-5 and a Washington St option in addition to a shared use path ramp. </p>
<p>Downtown Vancouver Two Bridge Option shows High Capacity Transit hugging 1-5 and a Washington St option in addition to a shared use path ramp. </p>
<p>Downtown Vancouver One Bridge Option shows High Capacity Transit hugging 1-5 and a Washington St option in addition to the shared use path. </p>
<p>Downtown Vancouver One Bridge Option shows High Capacity Transit hugging 1-5 and a Washington St option.</p>
<p>Downtown Vancouver One Bridge Option shows High Capacity Transit hugging 1-5 and a shared use path to Downtown Vancouver.</p>

Equity Advisory Group Highlights

  1. Reviewed and discussed high-capacity transit investment options, technical and equity measures developed to better understand how the options perform relative to each other, and initial findings of technical and equity analysis.
  2. Began development of an accountability tool that will be used to demonstrate how the Equity Framework is being implemented throughout the program.
  3. The EAG discussed how the IBR program can ensure high-capacity transit investments contribute to equity objectives. Recommendations include incorporation of universal design principles, ensuring transit mode selected does not further displace or cause harm to equity-priority communities, hire locally and within low-income communities, ensure job training opportunities are in place before construction begins, and work with program partners to incorporate equity objectives into ongoing operations after bridge construction ends.

Community Advisory Group Highlights

  1. Discussed the process for reaching a  Modified Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA) and how the group will provide feedback on key components.
  2. Regarding high-capacity transit related investments, the CAG emphasized the need to focus on equity, travel efficiency and reliability, and a data-informed process.
  3. Regarding Hayden Island/Marine Drive design options, the CAG shared their desire to hear from the freight community, interest in more data related to comparable travel time from route to route, congestion, cost, and an interest in learning more about how an interchange footprint will impact the Hayden Island community.

Bridge Stories

What’s your story?

We want to hear your experience using the bridge, what the bridge means to you and the benefits a replacement bridge could provide.

Send your story to info@interstatebridge.org. |  View more bridge stories.

What we've heard and how we're responding

We've heard the community values low-barrier engagement options and the opportunity to have meaningful conversations with the program. 

We've heard community members are interested in learning more about the program's design process and sharing their feedback.

We’ve heard social media is one of the preferred ways our community would like to be engaged.


Reporting

The program will continue to share accountability reports and develop additional reporting metrics. The most recent accountability reports include the 2021 Program Progress Report and 2021 Community Engagement Reports. The 2020 Conceptual Finance Plan provides an early and high-level overview of initial estimated funding and financing needs and potential sources.

Current reports are listed to the right. For more information, visit our library. 

Program Timeline

 

Disadvantaged Business Participation Goals

Through January 2022*

Current Funding Sources

* An additional $1 billion is dedicated through the Move Ahead WA transportation package for future work to complete construction.

Current Expenditures

Expenditures Through December 2021*

GEC Expenditures Through December 2021 by Category

Expenditures Through December 2021*

Consultant Representation by Geographic Area

Through January 2022*