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In accordance with federal regulations, the region's Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is required to carry out metropolitan transportation planning in cooperation with the local cities, the state and with operators of publicly owned transit services. The MPO approves the Regional Transportation Plan, which is a statement of the ways the region plans to invest in the transportation system. The Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) and the Oregon Transportation Plan must be consistent with each other. Under State Law, the region must also develop a Regional Transportation System Plan (RTSP) to guide transportation system planning and development in the metropolitan area and establish transportation policies in support of the Metro Plan, the region's comprehensive land use plan. The RTSP also acts as a "bridge" between the local transportation system plans and the RTP.
At the local level, cities are required under the Oregon State Planning Goals and administrative rules to conduct transportation planning and develop a transportation system plan.
|Transportation Related Plans||Summary||Full Document|
|Regional Transportation System Plan|
|Lane County TSP|
|Lane Coordinated Public Transit - Human Services Transportation Plan|
|Metro Plan Appendices|
|Eugene Bicycle Pedestrian Master Plan|
|Springfield Bicycle Plan|
|Oregon Transportation Plan||Link|
|Oregon Highway Plan||Link|