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Transportation System Plan

Bike Parking at LTD Springfield StationThe City of Springfield adopted the Springfield Transportation Plan in July 2014. The 20-year plan looks at how the transportation system is currently being used and identifies the community's multi-modal transportation system vision in order to serve the needs of residents, businesses, and visitors into the future.

Final Transportation System Plan - March 17, 2014

Crossing Signal ButtonSpringfield is currently updating the Springfield Development Code to be able to implement the policies and actions identified in the Transportation System Plan and companion changes to the Springfield Engineering Design Standards and Procedures Manual. To learn more about the project, please view the Frequently Asked Questions.

Draft Springfield Development Code Changes

The first draft of the proposed changes to the Springfield Development Code are available here. The objective of the proposed changes is to implement the Goals, Policies, and Actions adopted in the Springfield 2035 Transportation System Plan (see Chapter 2: goals and policies here).

Please email comments to Emma Newman at enewman@springfield-or.gov by Friday, July 14, 2017.

Upcoming Meetings

Stakeholder Sounding Board -

  • 1-3 PM, August 1, 2017 at Springfield City Hall, Jesse Maine Room

Previously Held Meetings

  • Stakeholder Sounding Board Meeting #2 - 3-5 PM, July 17, 2017 at Springfield City Hall, Jesse Maine Room
  • Stakeholder Sounding Board Meeting #1 - 1-2 PM, February 10, 2016 at Springfield City Hall, Jesse Maine Room
  • Committee for Citizen Involvement/Planning Commission - 6 PM, January 20, 2016 at Springfield City Hall

Tentative Schedule

  • September 2017 – February 2018: Draft Conceptual Street Map to Planning Commission and City Council for Review and Adoption
  • November 2017 – April 2018: Draft Springfield Development Code Amendments to Planning Commission and City Council for Review and Adoption
  • October 2018: Revised Draft Code Amendments Available on Website for Community Review

EWEB Path Crossing

Stakeholder Sounding Board Membership
Ken Hill, Freight Interest
Michael Eliason, Rail Interest
Shane Johnson, Developer Interest
George Grier, Environmental Interest
Allison Camp, Pedestrian & Bicycle Interest
Michael Eyster, Transit Interest
Tim Vohs, Springfield Planning Commission
Dave Jacobson, Ex-MPO Citizen Advisory Committee
Mike Schlosser, Springfield Public Schools
Lane Branch, Downtown Business Interest
Hillary Wylie, Springfield City Council
Vonnie Mikkelsen, Springfield Chamber of Commerce
Darla Robbins, Pedestrian & Bicycle Interest
Ed McMahon, Homebuilder's Association of Lane County
Sean Dunn, Springfield Planning Commission
Phil Farrington, Developer Interest

Technical Review Team
The City of Springfield is collaborating with partner agencies including Lane County, Oregon Department of Transportation, Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development, City of Eugene, Eugene-Springfield Fire, Lane Council of Governments, Lane Transit District, and Willamalane by inviting their staff to be part of the project’s Technical Review Team.

Roundabout with Pedestrian CrossingsProject Manager
Emma Newman, Transportation Planner

Para Español
Molly Markarian, Senior Planner


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