Roseburg : Transportation system plan
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This Transportation System Plan (TSP) provides guidance and regulatory tools so that the City can develop its transportation system through coordinated policies and planned improvements over the next 20 years. It also identifies planned transportation facilities and services needed to support planned land uses identified in the Comprehensive Plan in a manner consistent with the Transportation Planning Rule (OAR 660-012) and the Oregon Transportation Plan. More generally, this TSP helps to accomplish the following goals: assure adequate planned transportation facilities to support planned uses over the next 20 years; provide certainty and predictability for locating new public streets, roads, highway improvements, and other planned transportation improvements; provide predictability for land development; and help reduce the costs and maximize the efficiency of public spending on transportation facilities and services by coordinating land use and transportation decisions. [from the Plan]
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