Transportation Parking Advisory Committee (TPAC)


The primary goal of the Transportation & Parking Advisory Committee (TPAC) is to leverage the transportation and parking systems to assist, foster, and expand employment and business growth in the Central Eastside Industrial District. 

This includes: improved parking management, freight mobility, ride-sharing and public transport; facilitating bicycle and pedestrian use; and promoting sustainable measures to improve air quality and livability for district residents, employers and employees.

Clare Briglio is the TPAC’s Executive Director. Avery Morris is the Program Manager for the TPAC.

2022 TPAC Committee:

  • Carol Gossett
  • Tina McNerthney
  • Adam Zucker
  • Steve Bozzone
  • Ted Hendryx
  • Joe van Waardenburg
  • Carla Bartow
  • Angie Garcia
  • Brendan Coffey
  • Karen Girard
  • Jon Henrichson
  • Peter Finley Fry

Advisors:

  • Kristan Alldrin, Portland Bureau of Transportation
  • Darin Lund, Trimet
  • Andrew Plambeck, Portland Streetcar
  • André Lightsey-Walker, The Street Trust

Permit Year 22/23 Updated Information:

The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) launched a new online parking permit system in zones N and G (parts of Hosford-Abernethy, Kerns, Buckman) in 2021. With the new online system, say goodbye to paper permits and paper applications. Instead, you can apply, submit verification, pay, and manage permits digitally. The system uses license plate numbers as virtual permits.  Per the direction of PBOT, Zone N permits are being phased out; see more information on the Zone N Split from Zone G here. For the 22-23 year, only residents and businesses who bought Zone N permits in 2019 and/or 2020 are eligible to apply for zone N permits. The number of permits you are eligible to purchase is capped at what was purchased in 2019.  

Important Documents and Resources

Current Transportation Programs: 

CEIC / TPAC MOU & Budget Information:

Meeting Minutes & Agendas:

*These minutes will not be approved as there was no quorum and they occurred during the TPAC selection process for new members.

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