CENTRAL CITY TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT PLAN ADMINISTRATION SECTION
Non-binding City Policy
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION OF THE CENTRAL CITY TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT PLAN
This portion of the Administration section describes the general responsibilities and procedures for dealing with transportation issues and projects within the Central City Plan District. The Administration chapter is adopted by City Council to provide guidance to the Office of Transportation.
A. The Portland Office of Transportation is responsible for the Central City Transportation Management Plan (CCTMP) and will coordinate transportation project development within the Central City Plan District and suggest revisions to the policy as necessary.
B. The policies, objectives, district strategies, and street classifications of the CCTMP will be reviewed by City staff every five years. The review will be limited to Council directives, street reclassifications, new programs, policy amendments, land use changes, and legal issues. This review process will include a citizen involvement process.
C. City staff will work with affected neighborhood and business associations, businesses, citizens, and staff of other agencies to develop sub-area transportation studies within the Central City Plan District to address special problems and opportunities associated with housing, commercial, and mixed-use opportunities.
D. City staff will work with representatives of federal, state, and regional agencies and affected neighborhood and business associations, businesses, and citizens in the development of transportation plans, policies, and projects to ensure that the viability of the transportation system is maintained for all modes.
E. City staff will review proposed amendments to the Zoning Code that are required to comply with the Transportation Planning Rule, particularly those relating to bicycle parking ratios, to ensure consistency with the CCTMP.
Filed for inclusion in PPD October 27, 2004 by Portland Office of Transportation.
Resolution No. 35472 adopted by City Council December 6, 1995.