Adopted Plans, Codes and Policies

This is not a complete library of adopted documents, but is intended to improve customer access to the most frequently-requested and/or more recently adopted plans. Links to these documents is provided to the left; descriptions of each is provided below. 

Adopted Plans


Coburg Interchange Area Management Plan: This Interchange Area Management Plan (IAMP) documents the land use and transportation strategies developed to protect the function of the Coburg/I-5 interchange. (Also consult Lane County Planning Staff regarding applicable subarea zoning within the IAMP.)

Lane County Capital Improvement Program: This is a five-year financial plan for capital improvements to Lane County's transportation network. The CIP is updated annually by the Board of County Commissioners. For more information, contact Monica Sather at (541) 682-6996 or by email.

Lane County Transportation System Plan: This is a 20-year planning document that guides transportation investment decisions and establishes Lane County's transportation policies. This plan constitutes the transportation element of the Rural Comprehensive Plan, consistent with Oregon Statewide Planning Goal 12 Transportation and the Transportation Planning Rule pursuant to Oregon Administrative Rules. For more information, contact Becky Taylor at (541) 682-6932 or by email. Additional details are provided in Volume 2 of the TSP.

Row River Trail Corridor Plan: This plan addresses trail and road user safety improvement needs where the Bureau of Land Management's Row River Trail crosses Lane County's Row River Road. Federal Lands Access Program (FLAP) grants were awarded in 2013, enabling the construction of two crossing improvements. Additional FLAP grants were awarded in 2016 to complete the remaining crossing improvements.

Transportation Safety Action PlanOn July 18, 2017, the Lane County Board of Commissioners adopted Lane County's first-ever Transportation Safety Action Plan (TSAP). The TSAP prioritizes the problems and solutions to make efficient use of limited resources. It recommends actions to respond preventatively to systemic causes with multidisciplinary solutions that include enforcement, engineering, and education.

 
Codes

Lane Code Chapter 15 Roads: Most of the transportation-related code requirements are found in Chapter 15 of Lane Code. This chapter contains roadway information and requirements, such as building setbacks, dedication, improvements, frontage, access, facility permits, road and bridge restrictions, temporary road closures, addressing, road naming, roadside integrated vegetation management, assessments, performance standards, traffic impact analysis, design standards, variances, and enforcement. For more information, contact Monica Sather at (541) 682-8904 or by email.

Policies

Lane Manual Chapter 15 Roads: This manual contains policies on: road naming and renaming; road dedications and acceptance; road vacations; road design standards and engineering guidelines; gates, fences, drainage, illumination, bikeways, sidewalks, mailboxes, and trees in the right-of-way; citizen involvement on roadway improvements; performance agreements; and tourist signage.

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