Leaders from across the region adopted the 2035 Regional Transportation Plan in 2010, setting the direction for creating an innovative, sustainable transportation system. Learn how local transportation system plans will help bring about that vision.
Metro staff hosted a workshop to discuss key questions arising in local TSP updates regarding regional policies and requirements, as well as new provisions in the Oregon Highway Plan and Transportation Planning Rule relevant to local land use and transportation plans.
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Metro staff hosted a workshop to provide an overview of regional policies and share new guidance materials for local government staff and consultants who are updating local transportation system plans. View staff presentations
The 2035 Regional Transportation Plan sets out a strong vision and ambitious goals that won't be met overnight, but sets the Portland metropolitan region solidly on course to meet them. Development of the new plan was a multi-year collaborative effort. Metro worked closely with many people, local governments, businesses, community and environmental groups, TriMet, the state and other partners.
The result is a plan that calls for transportation investments that support the region’s economy, foster vibrant communities and expand safe, affordable transportation choices for families and businesses. Policies and investments in the plan aim to make the most of past investments, enhance mobility, and increase access to jobs, services, schools and recreational opportunities for everyone.
Oregon law requires Portland area cities and counties to update their local transportation system plans to be consistent with the new RTP. The next step is for communities around the region to update their local TSPs to bring the RTP vision to life in a way that also supports their aspirations and needs.
This fact sheet describes regional policy for street connectivity and design. Download
This fact sheet describes regional policy for transportation system management and operations. Download
This fact sheet describes regional policy for managing transportation demand through information and encouragement. Download
This fact sheet describes regional policy for walking. Download
This fact sheet describes regional policy for bicycling. Download
This fact sheet describes regional policy for public transit. Download
This fact sheet describes regional policy for freight. Download
This fact sheet describes regional policy for mobility corridors. Download
This fact sheet describes the new performance management system in the RTP. Download
This fact sheet provides an update regarding regional efforts surrounding climate change, active transportation, mobility policies, equity and safety. Download
This handbook is intended to help local jurisdictions, consultants and stakeholders understand and implement recent regional policy and regulatory changes, including the Regional Transportation Functional Plan and Title 6 of the Urban Growth Management Functional Plan. Download
This report provides guidance for local jurisdictions interested in pursuing future high capacity transit investments. Download
This lists the Metro, TriMet, Oregon Department of Transportation and Department of Land Conservation and Development staff contacts for the cities and counties in the region. Download
This sample scope is organized in the order of a typical TSP statement of work funded through the State of Oregon’s Transportation Growth Management program, though it can be used for any TSP. Download
These guidelines are intended to help jurisdictions develop plans that meet local needs and comply with state regulations including the Transportation Planning Rule and Oregon Transportation Plan. Download
These recommendations are meant to help jurisdictions develop their scope and work plan for their TSP. Download
The Regional Transportation Plan provides a long-range blueprint to guide transportation planning and investment in the region. Go
The Regional Transportation Functional Plan codifies the requirements that local plans must comply with to be consistent with the RTP. Download
This table lists the deadlines for local transportation system plans to comply with the Regional Transportation Functional Plan. Download
The following document provides guidance for Transportation System Plans and Corridor Plans about regional population and employment forecasts recommended for use in planning efforts in 2012. Download
The following document provides guidance for Transportation System Plans and Corridor Plans wishing to use a locally adjusted population and employment forecast. Download
This parking management plan was funded through an Oregon Transportation and Growth Management grant and was adopted by The City of Beaverton in 2007. Download
This parking management plan was funded through an Oregon TGM grant and was adopted by the City of Hillsboro in 2007. Download
Requests for extensions for compliance with or exemptions from Regional Transportation Functional Plan compliance deadlines, as authorized in Title 6 of the plan, must be filed with Metro’s Chief Operating Officer.
Here are the extension requests Metro has approved:
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