|TGM Program Overview |
The Transportation and Growth Management (TGM) Program is a joint program of the Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) and the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) and is designed to integrate transportation planning with the statewide land use planning program. The TGM program is supported by state and federal funds.
The TGM program helps Oregon communities in several ways:
TGM Grants help local communities plan for streets and land use in a way that creates livable, transportation-efficient communities and makes the best use of state highway infrastructure.
TGM Quick Response consultants provide transportation-efficient design alternatives to development proposals. On request, a team helps a community or developer meet transportation efficient development design objectives.
TGM Code Assistance helps local governments prepare or amend development codes to expand transportation choices for people.
The TGM Outreach program increases public awareness and understanding of transportation and growth management concepts that improve the mobility of Oregonians. Outreach typically occurs through workshops, public forums, and other activities.
TGM Publications help communities in Oregon address a variety of transportation and growth management challenges.
The Transportation and Growth Management Program's main offices are located in Salem at:
Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development
635 Capitol St., N.E., Suite 150
Salem, OR 97301
Oregon Department of Transportation
555 13th St., N.E.
Salem, OR 97301
See our Contact Us page for TGM program contacts.
TGM: Better Ways to Better Places