What questions do you have about...the Canby Ferry Alternatives Feasibility Study?

The Canby Ferry, which is operated by Clackamas County's Transportation Maintenance Division, crosses the Willamette River during daylight hours from north of Canby to east of Wilsonville. 

However, it has limitations:
- It is not able to run when the river level gets above 70 feet and during inclement weather;
- It can only carry six cars at a time;
- It costs motorists $5 per vehicle for a one-way trip, and
- It costs the county considerably more money to operate than it receives in revenue. 

Since the Ferry both limits the number of people who can cross the River and uses money that could otherwise be spent on road maintenance, we are evaluating the long-term financial and traffic impacts of the following six possible future alternatives for crossing the river at the same location.

1. Continue the Canby Ferry without adding a bridge
2. Discontinue the Canby Ferry without adding a bridge
3. Continue the Canby Ferry and add a bridge
4. Discontinue the Canby Ferry and add a bridge
5. Continue the Canby Ferry and add a bridge with a toll
6. Discontinue the Canby Ferry and add a bridge with a toll

What are your three biggest questions about this study?  (Feel free to elaborate -- there's no limit on the amount of text that will fit in each box.)

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Thank you!  For more information about the Canby Ferry Alternatives Feasibility Study, please go to http://www.clackamas.us/transportation/cfalternatives.html. 

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