Providing Mobility for the 21st Century . . .
The Salem Transportation System Plan (TSP) is the City's master plan to guide its actions and investments for the 21st century. The Plan is a comprehensive document containing goals, objectives, policies, projects, and programs needed to provide mobility for the next 25 years. The Salem Transportation System Plan is not just an automobile-oriented plan, but creates mobility options for all modes of travel: automobile, transit, bicycle, pedestrian, and freight movement.
The Salem TSP (most recently updated July 2014) can be viewed below. Printed copies (purchase price of $20) are available at the Public Works Department, 555 Liberty Street SE, Room 325.
Salem Transportation System Plan Divided into 20 Sections:
Cover, Table of Contents, and Preface
Salem Transportation System Plan Elements
Street System Element (Updated July 2014)
Transportation System Management Element
Neighborhood Traffic Management Element
Local Street Connectivity Element
Bicycle System Element (Updated July 2014)
Pedestrian System Element (Updated July 2014)
Transit System Element
Transportation Demand Management Element
Parking Management Element
Intercity Passenger Travel Element
Freight Movement Element
Transportation System Maintenance Element
Transportation Finance Element
Long-Range Transportation Strategy
Issues Requiring Future Study
Appendices (Updated July 2014)
Click here to view a list of maps included in the Plan.
If you have any questions . . .
If you have any questions about the Salem Transportation System Plan or any transportation planning issue, please contact Julie Warncke or Judith Johnduff at 503-588-6211, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.