Traffic Solution:

Third Bridge Now

The Economic Transportation Alliance works toward building a third bridge connecting industrial Vancouver with Portland's industrial areas (Rivergate, Swan Island, and Highway 30).

Third Bridge Now became a 503(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 2011 after working on transportation issues in Oregon and SW Washington since 2000. Donations of time or money are greatly appreciated and may be tax deductible.

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Economic Transportation Alliance

We are a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit commonly known as “Third Bridge Now.” We work toward commonsense solutions to our regions traffic congestion.

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Third Bridge Now is multi-modal

The proposed Third Bridge Now creates an I-305 bypass between Oregon and Washington adjacent to the Burlington Rail line that would include vehicle, transit, bicycle, and pedestrian infrastructure.

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Third Bridge Now petition

Show your support of the Third Bridge Now project and alignment.

The I-5 and I-205 bridges crossing the Columbia River cannot handle local, regional, national, and international trade and transportation needs. The lack of a third bridge is damaging to our economy, environment, livability, and safety.

The new Third Bridge Now I-305 freeway corridor will connect ports and industrial areas together in both states, move freight and hazardous material routes off neighborhood streets in Portland and Vancouver, and provide direct access to the existing freeway system.

The Economic Transportation Alliance may send this petition to State and Federal elected officials.

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Third Bridge Now became a 503(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 2011 after working on transportation issues in Oregon and SW Washington since 2000. Donations of time or money are greatly appreciated and may be tax deductible.