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.