The draft Eugene 2035 Transportation System Plan is available on the project website for review and comment.
The 2035 Transportation System Plan (TSP) will serve as the transportation chapter of the City’s long-range comprehensive plan. This TSP will update and replace the Eugene Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan (2012) and TransPlan’s (2002) goals and policies describing how local transportation networks should change to accommodate growth, improve livability, and support economic vitality.
The 2035 TSP includes a list of projects and activities that should be funded over the next 20 years to keep the city on track towards meeting its goals. There are preliminary estimates for all the proposed projects and a discussion of potential sources of funds to pay for them.
The Eugene 2015 TSP balances community growth and neighborhood character, increased traffic congestion and demand for better biking and walking facilities, economic vitality and freight movement, costs and revenues. Please give the draft TSP a look and let us know if it promotes the right balance.
In early 2016, the City will begin a formal review period leading to TSP adoption. The City will host public hearings and other opportunities to comment during the formal review period. In the meantime, the public is welcome to join in the discussion of the Transportation Community Resource Group at their next meeting on Monday December 7, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the
Eugene Library Bascom-Tykeson Rooms (1st floor)
More information is available at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-682-8379.