Transportation System Plan Update





Welcome to the website home of the City of Medford Transportation System Plan (TSP) 2018-2038 Update project. It is the intent of the TSP to guide transportation infrastructure projects, spending, and long range planning through the year 2038. 

Once completed, the TSP will help decision-makers invest in a transportation system that is safe and convenient for everyone, and can be sustained throughout the future. Working with community members and affected public agencies, the City of Medford will develop a TSP that looks comprehensively at the many transportation modes; this includes bikes, buses, cars, pedestrians and everything in between. The City will then develop a plan (the TSP) to improve the safety, efficiency, and connections of the various modes throughout the City. 

In order to stay informed of upcoming opportunities to provide input and comments please look to the "Latest News" section of this webpage for dates of public hearings, open houses, outreach events, and other milestones in the creation of the TSP. If you would like to provide comments directly to staff, please click the following email  

Public Outreach Results

Summary of Medford Transportation Survey (August 2017)  | MEMO
The City hosted an online survey in which 1,029 Rogue Valley residents responded! The people of Medford provided their feedback on their transportation habits and their desires for the transportation system.

Survey Summary Infographic 1   Infographic 2

Summary of TSP Online Workshop (June 22 - July 31, 2017)  | MEMO
Over the course of a month the City hosted an online forum soliciting feedback from the public using a mapping application, below are the comments received from the Online Workshop and the associated maps.

Online Workshop Summary Map -CLICK HERE

Online Workshop Comment Maps  - CLICK HERE
Online Workshop Comments - CLICK HERE

Important Documents

Technical Memorandums| CLICK HERE
All of the technical analysis conducted as a part of the TSP update has been summarized into memos for consideration by the public and policy makers alike.

Proposed Transportation Projects | See below
Within the TSP there will be hundreds of transportation projects, some funded (Tier 1 projects) and some unfunded (Tier 2 projects) through the year 2038.

To view the various projects proposed in your neighborhood, view the below links. For more details on specific projects click on the project list link below. 

DRAFT Roadway Projects Map -CLICK HERE
DRAFT Intersection Projects Map - CLICK HERE
DRAFT Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects Map - CLICK HERE
DRAFT Project List with Descriptions- CLICK HERE

Proposed Goals and Objectives | COMING SOON, edits in progress.
The proposed 2018-2038 TSP goals, objectives, and action items. To review the memo provided to City Council on November 30, 2017 regarding the Goals and Objectives CLICK HERE.

Proposed Functional Classification Map | CLICK HERE
The proposed 2018-2038 roadway classification map for future right-of-way and improvement needs.

Proposed Roadway Cross Sections | CLICK HERE
Paired with the functional classification map, the roadway cross sections represent the proposed designs of Medford future roadways.

Draft Existing Bicycle Facilities Map | CLICK HERE
Map of the existing bicycle facilities as of December 2017.

Draft Existing Pedestrian Facilities Map | CLICK HERE
Map of the existing pedestrian facilities as of June 2017.

Draft Existing Transit Facilities Map | CLICK HERE
Map of the existing pedestrian facilities as of June 2017.

Latest News/Events

Joint Transportation Sub-Committee (JTS)/ TSP Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC)
: July Meeting Canceled
When: July Meeting Canceled

TSP Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)
: July Meeting Canceled
When: July Meeting Canceled



Additional Department Information

Planning Department Contacts

200 South Ivy Street, Lausmann Annex, Room 240
Medford, Oregon 97501
Phone: 541-774-2380
Fax: 541-618-1708
Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

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