Oregon City Transportation System Plan (TSP) Update
Oregon City has been hard at work improving streets, sidewalks and trails for your benefit. Now it is time to reevaluate our transportation system to identify and prioritize future projects. The TSP studies how we get around Oregon City and identifies both opportunities for improvement with transportation investments for autos, bicycles, pedestrians, freight and busses.
- Adding new bike paths or sidewalks
- Reducing congestion
- Reconfiguring intersections
- Improving safety
- Redesigning what our streets look like
A Community Open House will be held on March 7, 2013 to get your feedback on the project. Staff will provide information on the process of updating the Transportation System Plan and conclusions of the document. The Open House will be from 5:30pm - 7:00pm on Thursday, March 7th at City Hall (625 Center Street in Oregon City).
Your input is important! This site is intended to get your feedback on the project and give a voice to your thoughts and concerns about transportation planning. There are several ways to get involved.
- View the draft document (Ordinance 13-1002 and 13-1003 and file L 13-01 and L 13-02)
- View or Post a Comment on an Interactive Map
- Add a post at the bottom of the "Get Involved" Page
The Transportation System Plan (TSP) provides a long term guide to City transportation investments and incorporates the vision of the community into an equitable and efficient transportation system. The City's current plan was adopted in 2001 and will be updated to reflect new state and regional TSP requirements, completion of transportation projects, added Urban Growth Boundary areas, Urban Reserves, population growth, the adoption of the 2004 Oregon City Comprehensive Plan, and policy direction provided by the Metro 2035 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP).