Florence : Transportation system plan (2008)
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Because the City of Florence is located on the Oregon Coast, it is significantly affected by summertime tourist traffic. In addition, Florence is experiencing growth pressures from both development and increasing traffic. To address these issues, this plan is based on an evaluation of future growth and includes recommendations for appropriate transportation improvements to serve that growth while maintaining and enhancing the character of the city. The plan recognizes that state roadways must be used efficiently and an effective facilities management plan must be developed to allow the City’s street system to operate effectively as in-fill development continues within the Urban Growth Boundary. (From the Plan]
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