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2001-2023 Rogue Valley Regional Transportation Plan
Adopted April 25, 2002

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COVER

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. INTRODUCTION

1.1. Who is the RVMPO?

1.2. What is the Rogue Valley Regional Transportation Plan?

1.3. Why is the RTP necessary, and what planning has been done to date?

1.4. The RTP in a Statewide Planning Context

1.5. What does the community get from the RTP?

1.6. How do the affected agencies and the community use the RTP?

1.7. What will happen to the RTP in the future?

1.8. Local Transportation System Plans Status

1.9. RTP Update Cycle

1.10. Summary

1.11. The RTP in a Nutshell

2. THE PLANNING PROCESS

2.1. Determine Transportation System Plan Requirements

2.2. Determine Transportation System Needs

2.3. Develop Transportation System Improvement Strategy

2.4. Develop Transportation System Needs

2.5. Develop Funding Plan and Improvement Program

2.6. The Committee Procees

2.7. Public Involvement

3. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

4. EVALUATION CRITERIA

5. FORECAST DEMOGRAPHICS AND TRAVEL DEMAND

5.1. Historical Population Growth and Recent Trends

5.2. Recent Employment Trends

5.3. Vehicular Travel Demand

5.4 Land Use - Transportation Connection

6. TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM MANAGEMENT ELEMENT
6.1. Update and Maintain Existing Traffic Signals

6.2. Coordinate Traffic Signals

6.3. Eliminate Unnecessary Traffic Signals

6.4. Intersection Geometric Improvements

6.5. Intersection Turning Movement and Lane Use Restrictions

6.6. Access Management

6.7. Install New Traffic Signals at Intersections

6.8. Ramp Metering

6.9. Goods Movement Management

6.10. Bus Bays

6.11. Managing Parking to Enhance Capacity

7. TRANSPORTATION DEMAND MANAGEMENT ELEMENT
7.1. Alternative Work Arrangements

7.2. Telecommuting

7.3. Ridesharing

7.4. Trip Reduction Ordinance

7.5. Park-and-Ride Facilities

7.6. Education & Marketing

8. STREET SYSTEM ELEMENT
8.1. Street Preservation

8.2. RTP Street and Highway Project List

Table 8.2 STREET SYSTEM PROJECT LIST

9. PARKING ELEMENT
9.1. Parking Code and Policy Changes

9.2. Redesignation of Existing Parking

9.3. Management of Roadway Space

9.4. Estimated Reduction in Parking Supply

9.5. Parking Optimization

10. BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN SYSTEM ELEMENT
10.1. Bikeway Requirements

10.2 Sidewalk Requirements

10.3. Pedestrian and Bicyclist Connections with Transit

10.4. Amenities

10.5. Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety

10.6. Promotion Programs

10.7. Bear Creek Greenway

11. TRANSIT SYSTEM ELEMENT
11.1. Transit Services Provided by RVTD

11.2. Preferred Transit Plan - Ridership Goals

11.3. Financially-Constrained Plan

12. LAND USE ELEMENT
12.1. Transit-Oriented Design

12.2. Protection of Transportation Corridors

12.3. Regional Land Use Development Patterns

12.4. Local Street Connectivity

12.5. Traffic Calming

13. AIR TRANSPORTATION ELEMENT

14. RAIL TRANSPORTATION ELEMENT

14.1. Promotion of Rail Transporation

14.2. Southern Oregon Commuter Rail Study

15. FREIGHT TRANSPORTATION ELEMENT
15.1. MPO Freight System

15.2. Foreign Trade Zone

15.3. Relationship to State Planning Efforts

15.4. RVMPO Freight Study

15.5. Freight Concerns

16. TRAFFIC SAFETY ELEMENT
16.1. Education

16.2. Enforcement

16.3. Visibility

16.4. Project Selection

17. FINANCIAL ELEMENT
17.1. Street System Element

17.2. Street System Revenue Projections

17.3. Street System Implementation Costs

17.4. Street System Funding Shortfall and Potential Revenue Sources

17.5. Transit System Element

17.6. Transit System Element - Implementation Costs

17.7. Transit System Element - Funding Shortfall and Potential Revenue Sources

17.8. Other Plan Elements

18. RELATED MPO ISSUES
18.1. Federal Requirements and Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Designation

18.2. Oregon Transportation Planning Rule Compliance

18.3. Coordination of Transportation Decisions

18.4. Annual Planning Work Program

18.5. Transportation Improvement Program

18.6. Air Quality Conformity Analyses

18.7. Major Investment Studies

18.8. Local Transportation System Plans

LIST OF APPENDICIES

APPENDIX A: TRANSPORTATION PLANNING RULES AND TEA-21 COMPLIANCE
APPENDIX B: PROPOSAL FOR CONSIDERATION OF ALTERNATIVE MEASURES
APPENDIX C: ALTERNATIVE HIGHWAY MOBILITY STANDARDS
APPENDIX D: PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT PLAN FOR THE RVMPO
APPENDIX E: LISTING OF TECHNICAL MEMORANDA
APPENDIX F: PROJECTS CONSIDERED BUT NOT INCLUDED
APPENDIX G: RVMPO PLANNING AREA STREET DESIGN GUIDELINES
APPENDIX H: RVMPO ACCESS GUIDELINES
APPENDIX I: PUBLIC COMMENTS ON THE REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN
APPENDIX J: AGENCY COMMENTS ON THE REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN
APPENDIX K: STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF THE CURRENT FREIGHT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM

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