Silverton : Transportation system plan

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Title: Silverton : Transportation system plan
Author: Silverton (Or.)
Abstract: The Transportation System Plan (TSP) is the City's planning document for its future transportation needs. It allows the City to review its existing transportation facilities in an effort to determine what improvements will be needed for the up-coming 20-year period. The document takes not only street improvement needs into consideration, but also other forms of transportation such as transit, pedestrian, bicycle, rail, air, and water related facilities. The vision, and the recommendations within this document serve as a guide to both the Planning Commission and City Council when receiving land use applications, as well as determining which improvement projects receive funding as part of the City's Capital Improvement Program. The City of Silverton, through a Transportation Growth Management Grant from the TGM Program, administered jointly by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) and Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD), initiated an update of the City's Transportation System Plan (TSP). The TSP was developed in 1993, but the many land use changes occurring in the Silverton area over the past five years, such as the Oregon Garden development, suggested the need to update the transportation plan and its improvement program. [From the Plan]
Description: 149 pp. Maps and figures included. Published November, 2000. Received from ODOT January 2, 2007.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/4536
Date: 2000-10


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