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A TSP describes a transportation system and outlines projects, programs, and policies to meet transportation needs now and in the future based on community aspirations. A TSP typically serves as the transportation component of the local comprehensive plan.
Read more and see example TSPs.
Like all planning documents, a TSP should be updated periodically to reflect growth and change. Many circumstances can trigger a TSP update, including state or regional compliance issues, and changing community priorities, and funding availability.
Read more and review the Transportation Planning Rule Citations.
A TSP provides a comprehensive, multimodal picture of how the existing and future transportation system meets the needs of its users. While the Transportation Planning Rule requires most Oregon jurisdictions to adopt a TSP, there are many other good reasons to employ this critical long-range planning tool.
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There are four phases to preparing or updating a TSP:
Emerging Topics and Best Practices - White PaperPlanning Context - White PaperSimilar and Unique Needs - White Paper
Transportation System Plan Guidelines - Print Version
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