Keizer Transit Center


Keizer Transit Center is Cherriots’ (Salem-Keizer Transit) newest addition to its growing community based transit service.  The new center helps define the 3Cs transit model, which includes transit Centers, Circulators in neighborhoods, and high frequency Corridor routes.  The site provides a much needed transit hub for the north end of the Salem-Keizer area. The site… Read more »

Middle Fork Path


Willamalane Park & Recreation District (WPRD) received a grant from ODOT to construct a 4-mile long multi-use path from Dorris Ranch Living History Farm to Clearwater Park along the north bank of the Middle Fork Willamette River in Springfield. Working with OBEC, Cameron McCarthy assisted Willamalane in selecting a preferred trail alignment, obtaining land use approvals,… Read more »

LTD Springfield Station


Lane Transit District’s Springfield Station was the first new development in downtown Springfield in thirty years.  Cameron McCarthy provided assistance with master planning, site review, and comprehensive design services for all landscape improvements.  The project incorporated a design concept of celebratory storm water treatment throughout the entire facility.  All rooftop water was gathered and then… Read more »



Resulting from a regional transportation plan update in 1996, Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) emerged as the clearly preferred transit strategy for the Eugene / Springfield community.  Phase I of the system opened in January of 2007 and connected the metropolitan areas of Springfield and Eugene.  The second phase of the project extended a loop through… Read more »

OSU Campus Gateways


Cameron McCarthy has prepared both visioning and implementation documents for the purpose of enhancing the OSU brand and celebrating passage into primary and tertiary access points on campus.  The first implemented project was the Jefferson Street gateway located at 15th Avenue.  Completed in 2009, this improvement is a composition of brick columns with OSU emblems, ornamental… Read more »