Troutdale : Transportation system plan
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In July, 1995 the City of Troutdale adopted the first Transportation System Plan (TSP) in the Portland Metropolitan area. Since that time, there have been significant changes in regional planning efforts and requirements, in addition to significant growth and planned growth in Troutdale and its surrounding communities. The primary purpose of this update is to address these changes, with focus on: resolving the on-going congestion and circulation issues around the I-84 Interchange; confirming consistency with latest Regional Transportation Plan and Statewide Planning Policies; ensuring that system plans can adequately serve pending major growth areas; both inside the Cityâ s urban planning area (former Alcoa site) and outside the Cityâ s urban planning area (e.g., Springwater and Damascus). [From the Plan]
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