Transportation Master Plan 2005
Redmond's Transportation Master Plan (TMP) was established in 2005. Below are the links to sections from that original document.
A separate web page is devoted to information about the first 5-year update to the TMP, which began in 2010 and is continuing through 2011. A final document from that update process is expected in 2012.
NOTE: Chapter 7. Performance Monitoring System establishes the performance monitoring system that will be used by the City to track implementation of the Transportation Master Plan (TMP). Multimodal objectives and concurrency standards will be tracked through an Annual Mobility Report Card and a Five Year Transportation Status Report.
The City will use these reports to provide accurate information to the public about the City's progress implementation of the TMP and the current condition of the transportation system. This will also set the stage for future updates of the TMP.
The following annual report cards are available for review:
Downtown Transportation Master Plan
The City of Redmond has a vision to reclaim our downtown as an economically healthy, people-friendly place, enhanced by the movement of pedestrians, bikes, cars, and a diversity of businesses that is outlined in the Comprehensive Plan. The Downtown Transportation Master Plan effort that started in 2001 created a concept with specific implementation actions that would achieve this vision. Following are links to the different segments of The Results, which is the Downtown Transportation Master Plan document:
Transportation Master Plan Documents
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