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Transportation Element (TRA)
Planning & Zoning Comprehensive Planning > Comprehensive Plan > Transportation
The Transportation Element documents the locations, capacity, and current usage of all types of transportation systems in the County, including:
  • Roads
  • Mass Transit
  • Bicycle
  • Pedestrian
In addition to describing the existing conditions of the transportation systems, this Element establishes acceptable operating standards called Level of Service standards for each type and size of transportation facility. If the amount of use of a certain facility is projected to exceed its established Level of Service standard, then that facility must be scheduled for improvement, or new development in the area will be restricted. Projects intended to correct deficiencies are found in the Capital Improvements Element.
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Supporting Data & Analysis

Future Transportation Maps
Map 1: Roadway Functional Classification
Map 2: Road Systems – Number of Lanes
Map 3: Roadway Level of Service (2010)
Map 4: Intermodal Facilities
Map 5: Airport Airspace with Clear Zones and Obstructions
Map 6: Bicycle and Pedestrian Ways (Mid-County)
Map 7: Bicycle and Pedestrian Ways (South and East County)
Map 8: Bicycle and Pedestrian Ways (West County)
Map 9: Road Systems Maintenance Responsibilities
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