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In Spring 2016, the City adopted the Local Transportation Infrastructure Charge (LTIC), a charge on new infill development occurring on these streets in single-dwelling residential zones. The LTIC provides a more predictable and simple option for developers to meet their obligations.
*05/31/2018 - Because of the new update to the Comprehensive Plan, this map has yet to be updated. Visit this link for more details or contact Kurt Kruger at 503.823.6964, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
When and Where the LTIC is Applied
Located within a Single-Dwelling Zone as identified in Title 33 of the City Code. As of March 2016, Single-Dwelling Zones included RF, R20, R10, R7, R5, R2.5. (Note: zoning districts and definitions can change. Confirm Single-Dwelling Zones in Title 33.); and
Frontage on a local service traffic street without a curb (i.e. unimproved or under-improved street), other than a local street that has been formally accepted by PBOT as fully built under an alternative street standard not requiring a curb.
The LTIC does NOT apply to:
The LTIC is based on the total linear frontage of the property adjacent to an under-improved local service traffic street without a curb. PBOT staff will assess the LTIC using information included in the permit application with the maximum charge listed below by zone.
R2.5: no maximum
R5: 50 feet x LTIC ($600) = $30,000
R7: 70 feet x LTIC ($600) = $42,000
R10: 100 feet x LTIC ($600) = $60,000
R20 & RF: 120 feet x LTIC ($600) = $72,000
For more information regarding the LTIC, contact at 503.823.6964 or email@example.com.
For information on LTIC Financed Project Selection, visit here.
A map of LTIC eligible streets in Portland.
LTIC City Code