Clackamas County's Transportation System Plan (TSP) was adopted by the Board of Commissioners in December 2013. An Active Transportation Plan was added to the TSP in 2015.
The TSP reflects all relevant national, state and regional transportation and planning requirements, and provides policies, guidelines and projects to meet transportation needs for residents, businesses and visitors in unincorporated Clackamas County for 20 years.
A Public Advisory Committee and a Technical Advisory Committee guided the two-year plan development process, based on extensive input from the public, the business community, planning and transportation experts, and public and private partners. The TSP includes more than 300 needed transportation projects identified by the community and transportation professionals throughout unincorporated Clackamas County over the next 20 years, though funds are likely to be available for only a small percentage of the total.
The TSP also includes updated policies to guide development of the projects that:
- Look at the transportation system through a local perspective (rural and urban);
- Specifically address safety, health, equity and sustainability;
- Integrate transportation with land use;
- Address active transportation (bicycling and walking) and accessibility needs;
- Support the movement of freight; and
- Ensure compliance with national and local regulations, including a change of intersection and roadway performance standards.
"This transportation plan has evolved over more than two years with extensive public involvement," said County Commission Chair John Ludlow in December 2013. "It will help us continue to provide the safe and reliable transportation system our residents and businesses need and deserve."
For more information, please contact Karen Buehrig at email@example.com or 503-742-4683.
Building on the foundation of our existing assets, we envision a well-maintained and designed transportation system that provides safety, flexibility, mobility, accessibility and connectivity for people, goods and services; is tailored to our diverse geographies; and supports future needs and land use plans.
- Sustainable: Provide a transportation system that optimizes benefits to the environment, the economy and the community.
- Local Business and Jobs: Plan the transportation system to create a prosperous and adaptable economy and further the economic well-being of businesses and residents of the county.
- Livable and Local: Tailor transportation solutions to suit the diversity of local communities.
- Safety and Health: Promote a transportation system that maintains or improves our safety, health, and security.
- Equity: Provide an equitable transportation system.
- Fiscally Responsible: Promote a fiscally responsible approach to protect and improve the existing transportation system and implement a cost-effective system to meet future needs.
- Tier 1: 20-year capital projects – Needed projects and investments matched with anticipated funding
- Tier 2: Preferred capital projects – Projects and investments needed to meet population, housing and employment projections, but that don't have identified funding at this time
- Tier 3: Long-term capital project needs – Projects that would be beneficial to do if funds were available
Transportation System Plan
(Chapter 5, Clackamas County Comprehensive Plan)
|Background and Issues|
|Foundation and Framework|
|5.A.||Compliance and Coordination Policies|
|5.B.||Road Safety Policies|
|5.C.||Equity, Health and Sustainability Policies<|
|5.D.||Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Policies|
|5.E.||Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Policies|
|Land Use and Transportation|
|5.F.||Integration of Land Use and Transportation|
|5.H.||Rural Tourism Policies|
|5.I.||Rural Scenic Roads Policies|
|5.J.||General Active Transportation Policies|
|5.N.||Multi-Use Path Policies|
|5.O.||Functional Classification and Design Policies|
|5.P.||Project Development Policies|
|5.Q.||Access Standard Policies|
|5.R.||Policies on Improvements to Serve Development|
|5.S.||Performance Evaluation Measure Policies|
|Freight, Rail, Air, Pipeline and Water Transportation|
|5.U.||General Freight Policies|
|5.V.||Freight Trucking Policies|
|5.Z.||Water Transportation Policies|
|Finance and Funding|
|5.AA.||General Finance and Funding Policies|
|Transportation Projects and Plans|
|5.CC.||Capital Improvement Plan Policies|
|5.DD.||Special Transportation Plans and Studies|
|Tables, Figures and Maps|
|Capital Improvement Plan|
|Table 5-1:||Metro 2040 Non-Drive Alone Targets (in text)|
|Table 5-2a:||Capacity Performance Evaluation Measures/ Urban (in text)|
|Table 5-2b:||Capacity Performance Evaluation Measures/ Rural (in text)|
|Table 5-3a:||20 Year Capital Projects|
|Table 5-3b:||Preferred Capital Projects|
|Table 5-3c:||Long Term Capital Projects|
|Table 5-3d:||Regional Capital Projects|
|Figure 5-1:||Typical Urban Roadway Cross Sections|
|Figure 5-2:||Typical Rural Roadway Cross Sections|
|Figure 5-3:||Typical Multi-Use Path Cross Section|
|Map 5-1:||Scenic Roads|
|Map 5-2a:||Planned Bikeway Network/Urban|
|Map 5-2b:||Planned Bikeway Network/Rural|
|Map 5-3:||Essential Pedestrian Network|
|Map 5-4a:||Road Functional Classification/Urban|
|Map 5-4b:||Road Functional Classification/Rural|
|Map 5-5:||Metro Regional Street Design Classifications|
|Map 5-6:||Potentially Buildable Residential Sites > 5 Acres in UGB|
|Map 5-7:||Interchange Management Areas|
|Map 5-8b:||Transit /Rural|
|Map 5-8c:||High Capacity Transit (HCT) System Plan|
|Map 5-9a:||Freight Routes/Urban|
|Map 5-9b:||Freight Routes/Rural|
|Map 5-9c:||Over-Dimensional Freight Routes/Urban|
|Map 5-9d:||Over-Dimensional Freight Routes/Rural|
|Map 5-11a:||Greater Clackamas Regional Center/Industrial Area|
|Map 5-11b:||East County|
|Map 5-11c:||Greater McLoughlin Area|
|Map 5-11d:||Northwest County|
|Map 5-11e:||Southwest County (northern portion)|
|Map 5-11f:||Southwest County (southern portion)|
TSP Background Document
This compendium of technical memorandum and other documents, listed below, reports the results of the technical analysis and public involvement efforts undertaken as part of the TSP update project. It is adopted into the Clackamas County Comprehensive Plan Appendix B – Summary of Supporting Documents. For more information or to see or obtain a copy, please contact Karen Buehrig at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-742-4683.
|Section 1:||Technical Analysis|
|Section 2:||Existing and Future Base Conditions (2010 and 2035)|
|Section 3:||TSP Forecast|
|Section 4:||Clackamas Regional Center Southwest Corridor Analysis|
|Section 5:||2035 Preferred Alternative|
|Section 6:||Capital Projects|
|Section 7:||Funding Analysis|
|Section 8:||Policy Review|
|Section 10:||Public Involvement|
|Section 11:||Other County Plans|