Beaverton : Transportation system plan update (2000)
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The State Transportation Planning Rule calls for local agencies to adopt their TSP within 12 months of the completion of a Regional Transportation Plan. To meet this requirement, this Transportation System Plan Update has been prepared. Its aim is to fulfill state mandates for comprehensive planning in Beaverton, to update and address current problem areas, to update and address future needs created by the estimated growth from 2015 to 2020, and bring the Beaverton TSP in alignment with the Regional Transportation Plan. [From the Plan]
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Beaverton (Or.); Beaverton (Or.). Community Development Dept. (City of Beaverton (Or.), 2004)The Comprehensive Plan is the official long-range land use policy document for the City of Beaverton. It provides a framework for the decision making process and is a means of directing community efforts towards sound ...
Beaverton (Or.); Oregon Natural Hazards Workgroup (2003-11)The Mitigation Plan contains background on the purpose of the plan, the methodology used to develop the plan, a profile of Beaverton, chapters on six natural hazards that have the potential to impact the City, and several ...
Beaverton (Or.); DKS Associates (City of Beaverton (Or.), 1999-10-14)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 ...