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The proposed Transportation System Plan divides Major Projects and Citywide Programs into those on the "constrained" and "unconstrained" list based on eleven criteria, including number of households (current and 2035 projected) that will benefit most from the improvement, number of employees (current and 2035 projected) who will benefit most from the improvement, safety, demonstrated community support, health, equity, economic benefit (including freight access and mobility), climate and cost effectiveness.
This is the Bureau's draft recommendation, not the end of the process. We fully expect Portlanders to question some of these preliminary choices, and argue that we are underestimating or overestimating the benefits of particular projects. Given that we do not expect the projected revenue to significantly increase as we refine our forecasts, we will not be able to add projects to the "constrained" list without moving others to the "unconstrained" list. So, we do ask that anyone who wants to see a project moved up to identify other projects (of equivalent cost) to be moved down.
In addition, in order to inform the Bureau's upcoming recommendation for our five year project, program and revenue priorities, please comment on what you believe to be the top investments and revenue sources the City should pursue in the next five years.
Feb. 8, 2016 staff briefing of the Planning and Sustainability Commission about Stage 2 of the TSP Update
Feb. 2016 staff briefing of the Planning and Sustainability Commission about Stage 2 of the TSP Update
Public Comments with Staff Responses
The City and TriMet commit to work to together to support projected population and job growth while achieving goals consistent with the region's 2040 adopted vision and plans.
The City is proposing to initiate a collaborative evaluation of these projects and a discussion of additional projects prior to adoption of the 2018 RTP.
TSP projects, programs, and financials recommended on July 14, 2015
The TSP in effect until City Council approves a TSP update likely in 2016.
This is the list of major transportation projects and programs proposed for inclusion in the Transportation System Plan as City of Portland projects. Constrained projects and programs are those that could be funded over the next 20 years based on current
TSP Projects Time Frames - Revised 05/20/15
TSP Project List Provisions - 05/22/15
TSP Projects, Programs and Finance Chapter - Revised 05/22/15
Transportation System Plan Project, Program, and Finance Chapter Revisions 052615
5/26/15 staff recommended revisions to 1/30/15 proposed Major Project and Citywide Programs list, and Finance chapter. The revised recommendations respond to over 1,300 comments from individuals, organizations, agencies and PSC.
2035 TSP Bureau Draft Recommendations presented to the Planning and Sustainability Commission in February, 2015
Draft TSP Major Projects Performance Report [March 10th, 2015]
TSP Program Reference Lists [updated March 16th, 2015]
Jan. 30th, 2015
Learn more about the Transportation System Plan through our series of printable handouts. Updated Jan. 30th 2015.
TSP Programs, projects, recomendations, studies, and completed projects list. [updated Jan. 29th 2015]
The Citywide Parking Strategy was presented to the Technical Expert Group (TEG) on December 18th, 2014
Presented to the Transportation Experts Group on Dec. 18th 2014. Functional classifications for the planning and operation of roadways for all modes of transportation is a useful and long-used way to organize a city’s multiple transportation goals.
This presentation is an overview of the TSP and was presented to the Planning and Sustainability Commission in September, 2014
2035 Comprehensive Plan TEG Policy Presentation Slides. This slide show was presented Auguest 28th, 2014