Beaverton : Transportation system plan (1999)
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The transportation system was broken into five basic modes (or mode groups: Pedestrians; Bicycles; Transit; Motor Vehicles; Other Modes (Including Rail, Air, Water, Pipeline, etc.). The TSP planning objective was to optimize each of these modes of transportation within Beaverton.... Specific chapters of this report address TSP Goals and Policies (Chapter 2), Existing Conditions (Chapter 3), Future Demand and Land Use (Chapter 4), Pedestrians (Chapter 5), Bicycles (Chapter 6), Transit (Chapter 7), Motor Vehicles (Chapter 8), Other Modes (Chapter 9), Transportation Demand Management (Chapter 10) and Cost/Phasing (Chapter 11). [From the Plan]
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