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    bike_walk_point_pdx Transportation - Plan 07/22/21 04:26 PM
    city_taz_1174_pdx Transportation - Plan 02/28/11 12:15 PM
    PBOT Demographic Index To inform PBOT's work, guide investments and work to achieve the Citywide Racial Equity Goals and Strategies, PBOT has created a simplified version of an Equity Matrix, or equity ranking index. This demographic index is built on two variables, race and household income with data sourced from the US Census Bureau's American Community Survey 5 year estimates (2014-2018). Transportation - Plan
    Transportation Analysis Zones 2013 Transportation - Plan 02/28/11 11:29 AM
    Transportation System Plan (TSP) Area Plan - Polygons TSP Area Plans are part of a group of layers that make up the Transportation System Plan, which is the 20-year plan for transportation improvements in the City of Portland. The goal of the TSP is to provide transportation choices for residents, employees, visitors and firms doing business in Portland by describing what the system should look like and what purpose it fulfills. This feature class contains polygon features related to the Area Plans. Transportation - Plan 07/22/21 04:54 PM
    Transportation System Plan (TSP) District Boundaries The Transportation Systems Plan (TSP) is the long-range plan to guide transportation investments in Portland. Originally developed in 2002 and last updated in 2007, the TSP meets state and regional planning requirements and addresses local transportation needs for cost-effective street, transit, freight, bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure improvements. The plan will provide transportation options for residents, employees, visitors, and firms doing business in Portland, making it more convenient to walk, bike, take transit -- and drive less -- while meeting their daily needs. Forecasted 20 year revenues are only ? to ½ of the amount needed to implement the City and other agency candidate projects and programs. City staff will use performance-based evaluation criteria, along with public comments, to recommend which projects to place on the higher priority 'Financially Constrained' list in the 2015 TSP. TSP Project Areas represent area (polygon) locations of proposed transportation projects over the next 20 years. Planned TSP projects are also represented as lines (Comprehensive Plan TSP Project Lines) and areas (Comprehensive Plan TSP Project Areas) in separate GIS datasets. Transportation - Plan 08/18/20 07:17 AM
    Transportation System Plan (TSP) Master Street Plan - Lines TSP Master Street Plans are part of a group of layers that make up the Transportation System Plan, which is the 20-year plan for transportation improvements in the City of Portland. The goal of the TSP is to provide transportation choices for residents, employees, visitors and firms doing business in Portland by describing what the system should look like and what purpose it fulfills. This feature class contains linear features related to the Master Street Plan. Transportation - Plan 07/22/21 04:54 PM
    TSP Bike Districts - 2019 Minor Update Bike district boundaries with linkages to Transportation System Plan (TSP) TransPlanIDs. Transportation - Plan 08/21/20 08:59 AM
    TSP Bike Districts - Central City 2035 Remand Bike district boundaries with linkages to Transportation System Plan (TSP) TransPlanIDs. These TSP bike districts reflect the state of the districts during the Central City 2035 remand. Transportation - Plan 08/05/20 07:34 AM
    TSP Classifications TSP classifications are part of a group of layers that make up the Transportation System Plan, which is the 20-year plan for transportation improvements in the City of Portland. The goal of the TSP is to provide transportation choices for residents, employees, visitors and firms doing business in Portland by describing what the system should look like and what purpose it fulfills. This linear feature class contains the street classifications of the TSP. Attribution for classifications under Traffic, Transit, Bicycle, Pedestrian, Freight, Emergency Response and Street Design designate the type of movement and planning that should be emphasized on each street. Classification descriptions are used to describe how streets should function for each modes of travel, not necessarily how they are functioning at present. Transportation - Plan 08/10/20 05:37 PM
       
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