Bend : Transportation system plan
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The TSP provides city of Bend compliance with the requirements set out in Oregon Administrative Rule: 660-12. This is otherwise known as the Transportation Planning Rule (TPR). The TPR requires that the City develop a multi-modal transportation planning strategy that will reduce principal reliance on the automobile. In 1998, the City updated its comprehensive planning document: The Bend Urban Area General Plan as a part of the Cityâ s obligation to meet these requirements. The Bend Urban Area Transportation System Plan includes other recommended changes to the General Plan and local land use Ordinances that will further provide transportation planning policy and codes that will help to fulfill the direction of the TPR. [From the Plan]
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