Highway Segment Designations
The Oregon Transportation Commission has approved highway segment designations in 76 jurisdictions. The result is more than 160 highway segment designations have been made, most of them Special Transportation Areas, since the OHP's adoption in 1999. The highway segment designations implement Policy 1B, the land use and transportation policy of the Highway Plan. Highway segment designations include Special Transportation Areas (STAs), Urban Business Areas (UBAs), and Commercial Centers (CCs). Highway segment designations may change the applicable Oregon Department of Transportation design standards, mobility standards and access management spacing standards within the segment.
Individual segments can be found below by Region. For more information on actions by the OTC to designate highway segments, see the Registry of Amendments.