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Transportation System Plan (TSP) is the city’s guide for transportation investments and policies that will help us maintain our quality of life and support a strong economy.
On October 20th the Bureau posted an updated TSP candidate project list to the city’s Map App. The updated list is slightly different than the list in the draft Citywide Systems Plan: it reflects projects added from plans adopted since 2007, corrections, completed projects and funded projects. To view projects and to leave comments, please visit the Map App: http://www.portlandmaps.com/bps/cpmapp2/.
For a printable version of the TSP Candidate Project List, click here .
The City of Portland is updating the Transportation System Plan (TSP), the long-range plan to guide transportation investments in Portland. Portland originally developed its Transportation System Plan in 2002 and it was last updated in 2007. Periodic updates of the TSP are mandated by the State of Oregon.
The TSP meets state and regional planning requirements and addresses local transportation needs for cost-effective street, transit, freight, bicycle, and pedestrian improvements. The plan will provide transportation options for residents, employees, visitors, and firms doing business in Portland, making it more convenient to walk, bike, take transit -- and drive less -- while meeting their daily needs. The TSP provides a balanced transportation system to support neighborhood livability and economic development.
Components of the TSP include:
To view the existing TSP document that was last updated in 2007, please visit: http://www.portlandoregon.gov/transportation/52495
The purpose of the TSP is to guide the maintenance, development, and implementation of Portland’s transportation system, to accommodate 20 years of growth in population and employment, and to implement the plans and regulations of the regional government and the State of Oregon, including Metro’s Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) and the Oregon Transportation Planning Rule (TPR).
The TSP is a component of the Portland Comprehensive Plan and is adopted concurrently with the Comprehensive Plan. The Comprehensive Plan includes goals and policies whereas the TSP provides greater detail on the sub-policies and implementation strategies.
To learn more about the Portland Comprehensive Plan Update, please visit: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/57352
PBOT and BPS are partnering to incorporate the Portland Plan as part of the Comprehensive Plan update and the Transportation System Plan Update (TSP). BPS is updating the Comprehensive Plan, which was first adopted in 1980, and will result in paradigm changes to the TSP. We strive to advance several objectives:
As we work toward the previously mentioned goals, the Transportation System Plan into the phases outlined below:
Policies that guide us
Calendar of meetings and events for the Transportation System Plan
Transportation System Plan (TSP) drafts and projects.
General information about the Policy Expert Groups
Transportation System Plan
Transportation System Plan (TSP) projects.
Find out how you can stay informed and get involved in Portland's Transportation System Plan