Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) on July 30th, 2007 at 3:34 pm
Here's how ODOT describes it:
"Last updated in 1995, the OBPP (they love acronyms!) is part of the long-range, statewide Oregon Transportation Plan. It governs the department’s planning, policy and design requirements for walkways and bikeways. It also serves as a technical, planning and policy resource for others interested in biking and walking."
According to an ODOT press release, proposed changes to the technical/design section of their plan are up for public comment.
To read the changes and find out how to comment, check out this page on the ODOT website.Email This Post Possibly related posts