What changed from the Proposed Draft to the Recommended Draft?
On November 19, 2019, the Planning and Sustainability Commission (PSC) voted unanimously to recommend the Proposed Draft of the 2019 TSP Minor Update with one amendment that was proposed by a PSC Commissioner. The amendment recommends a change to the bicycle classification designation on SE/ NE Sandy Blvd from SE Washington St to NE 122nd Ave, from City Bikeway to Major City Bikeway.
Provide your testimony to City Council on the Recommended Draft by January 29
Select TSP Update and click on the "Testify" button. Testifying in the Map App is as easy as sending an email. Once your testimony is submitted, you can read it in real time.
Email: email@example.com with the subject line TSP Update Testimony
US Mail: You must provide your full name and mailing address.
- Council Clerk
- Attn: TSP Update Testimony
- 1221 SW Fourth Ave., Room 130
- Portland, OR 97204
City Council Public Hearing: Wednesday, January 29 at 10:45 AM Time Certain
- Portland City Council Chambers
- 1221 SW 4th
- Portland, OR 97202
To confirm the date, time and location, check the City Council calendar at: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/auditor/26997
Recommended changes include:
- Classifications: Incorporating the pedestrian classifications maps and descriptions from PedPDX into the TSP. Corrects identified classification mapping errors and updates "city bikeway" to "major city bikeway" classifications on four existing bikeways to maintain consistency with the Regional Transportation Plan (50s bikeway, 20s bikeway, NE/SE 148th Avenue, SE Foster Road). Changes to the bicycle classification designation on SE/ NE Sandy Blvd from SE Washington St to NE 122nd Ave, from City Bikeway to Major City Bikeway, per Planning and Sustainability Commission's recommendation.
Major Projects List: Amendments to a subset of existing TSP projects based on recommendations from City Council adopted plans. Additionally, new projects from the 2018 Regional Transportation Plan and other recently adopted plans are proposed, including:
Clarity and Readability: Updates to the TSP’s introduction, Modal Plan, Implementation Strategies, and Glossary chapters to reflect completed work, and to improve clarity and readability.
Policies: Policy 9.22 amended to clarify that transit is the preferred mode of travel for trips “longer than 3 miles or shorter trips” not made by walking or bicycling, as adopted in the Enhanced Transit Corridors Plan.
New sub-policy 9.22.a as adopted in the Enhanced Transit Corridors Plan: “Consider and incorporate transit priority treatments, such as those in the PBOT Enhanced Transit Corridors Plan, to improve transit speed and reliability during the planning and design phase of capital projects and permitted projects along streets served by transit lines.”
Policy 9.49 amended to add mobility standard tables that are referenced, but missing in the 2035 Comprehensive Plan.
Policies 9.68 and 9.69 amended to broaden connected and automated vehicle policies to include new mobility vehicles and services.
Community Involvement Objectives re-labeled to "sub-policies" to maintain consistency with the rest of the TSP and the 2035 Comprehensive Plan.
Additionally, the Metro Council adopted the 2040 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) in December 2018. Proposed changes to the TSP will maintain consistency with the updated RTP.
Contact Bob Kellett at firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 823-6127