Transportation System Plan Project Documents
The Transportation System Plan (TSP) is a document that sets standards and provides directions how the City will continue to meet the community's transportation needs over the next 20 years. The current TSP was adopted by City Council in 2002 and is now being updated; the following documents are available for public review and comment.
Read a draft of the TSP update.
Drafts of Individual TSP Components
The Guiding Tenets are the TSP’s Vision, Goals, Guiding Principles, Policies, and Action Items will guide transportation decisions in Gresham through 2035. They provide a basis for assessing the transportation needs of the community as it develops and direction to meet these needs.
Draft Guiding Tenets
Street functional classifications and cross sections refer to the design of streets to serve various levels of automobile, pedestrian, bicycle, freight, and transit demands and the adjacent land uses. According to this design, a network of arterial routes to reach regional destinations and to accommodate large volumes of through traffic and high frequency transit service has been established as well as a system of collector and local streets to accommodate and distribute local travel.
Proposed Boulevard Streets
Table Comparing Current and Proposed Classifications
Draft Street Functional Classifications and Cross Sections
The Future Street Plan provides a guide for traffic flow to and from a developing site and its immediate area. The street alignments shown in the Future Street Plan are conceptual only; a precise alignment is established through the development application process.
Draft Future Street Plan
Amendments to the City's Community Development Plan are needed in order to incorporate proposed TSP changes. Read the draft amendments to the Community Development Plan.
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