Still a few days left to express your thoughts on where the budget knife should fall next at the Portland Office of Transportation as the recession continues to decrease available revenue from gas taxes:
If you had to cut $6.4 million from the City’s Transportation budget, how would you prioritize programs? Please take our survey – respond by January 2, 2009.
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Bureau of Transportation Budget Prioritization Survey
The Portland Bureau of Transportation has been going through a budget prioritization process since mid-summer as a result of sagging gas tax revenue and lower parking revenue.
In order to bring expenditures in line with the reduced revenue, a prioritization of all discretionary funded activities has been done. This prioritization has been done on the basis of criteria which assess the significance of the activity to the core mission and objectives of the organization.
A Budget Advisory Committee made up of members from the community and organized labor was selected in September and charged with reviewing the process. Additionally they’ve been tasked with helping Transportation identify the cuts necessary to cover the $6.4 million shortfall for FY 09/10 budget.
Twenty-five program listings were broken out into priority order. If you had to cut $6.4 million out of Transportation’s budget, how would you prioritize the following programs?
Please respond by January 2, 2009.
One response to “PDOT Priorities”
Wasn’t this from before the winter storm clean-up cost a good two million? Have they made any statements on how that will affect this?