Salem : Year 2000 area-wide transportation plan for the Salem-Keizer urban area : Summary and identification of projects
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There are two primary reasons for the preparation and adoption of a Transportation Plan for the Salem-Keizer Urban Area: 1. The federal government requires (23 CFR Part 450) that an urban area prepare a transportation plan as a prerequisite to receiving federal aid for transportation projects. 2. A transportation plan is a planning tool used by the local governmental jurisdictions to plan and schedule transportation improvements in a coordinated fashion. [From the document]
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