The Lane County Transportation System Plan (TSP) was adopted by the Board of County Commissioners on May 5, 2004. The TSP and associated Lane Code and Lane Manual changes that implement the TSP became effective on June 4, 2004. For more specific information about what was adopted, read the Cover Memo given to the Board of Commissioners during the final adoption process.
The TSP is a 20-year planning document that provides greater clarity for planning and managing the County transportation system in terms of coordination with new development, targeted transportation improvements, fiscal management, and cooperation with local and state agencies on transportation issues. The TSP fulfills state requirements in accordance with OAR 660-012, known as the Transportation Planning Rule (TPR).
To reduce file size, individual links to the TSP are provided below for the main document, accompanying maps, and Appendices A-H. See also Lane Code and Lane Manual .
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Transportation System Plan (TSP) - Main Document, Chapters 1-6
- 2. Lane Transit District
- 3. Air, Rail, Water, and Pipelines
- 3a. Air, Rail, Water, and Pipelines Inset
- 4. Functional Class Maps - Index & Subarea Maps 1-19
5. Project Maps
- Map 5a
- Map 5b
- Map 5c
- A. Acronyms
- B. County Roads Inventory
- C. Lane County Bicycle Map (available in hard copy)
- D. Detailed Level of Service Methodology
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