West Linn : Transportation system plan (2008)
West Linn (Or.)
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West Linn (Or.)
In 2000, the City of West Linn adopted their first Transportation System Plan (TSP). Since that time, there has been significant growth in West Linn and its surrounding communities, and a few key changes to state highway facility plans in the area. The primary purpose of this update is to address these changes, with focus on: addressing how regional traffic diversion on Interstate 205 affects city street circulation and related access to the Willamette neighborhood area; incorporating Highway 43 Concept Design Plan to serve long-term transportation needs for all travel modes; confirm that the plan is consist with latest Statewide Plans and Policies; ensuring that the high priority system improvements can be funded through existing transportation programs. [From the Plan]
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