Help Shape Transportation in Lane County

A plan for the short and long-term transportation needs of our community’s bicycle, freight, pedestrian, port, road, rail, and air needs has been drafted and now is the time for public involvement.

The text of the draft Eugene 2035 Transportation System Plan (TSP) has been published to the project website. It will replace TransPlan as Eugene’s 20-year planning document that includes policies and potential actions, project lists, and a description of the factors affecting the plan’s evolution.  The TSP will affect all transportation projects and spending for the next couple decades. 

How Can You Get Involved

(1) Review the draft TSP below. This draft includes up-to-date content including policies and actions, project lists, and a description of the factors affecting the plan’s evolution. It does not yet include maps of projects and other figures and photos. You can find prior drafts of the pedestrian and bike system maps in the City’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan.

(2) Attend hearings. In early 2016, the City will begin a formal review period leading to adoption. The City will host public hearings and other comment opportunities during that formal review period.

(3) Provide comment. Provide comments on this draft directly to Kurt Yeiter, Senior Transportation Planner, at The Transportation Community Resource Group (TCRG) will also discuss the draft TSP at their next meeting.

(4) Attend neighborhood meetings. We are organizing a community meeting to discuss the information and decide whether or not the TSP accommodates growth in a manner appropriate for our neighborhood.

(5) Volunteer. We need volunteers with experience and knowledge in this area to come forward and lead or act as consultants to the neighborhood board.

(6) Keep informed. Join the TSP email list to receive important project updates.

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