Interactive Inventory Maps
We want your input! Please click on the links below to provide your comments using the interactive maps:
The interactive maps show the locations of existing pedestrian and bicycle facilities on Region 1 highways and the locations of gaps and deficiencies. Please use the links at the top of the page to access the maps. Then use the “Add Comment” tool to note any:
Locations where our inventory is incorrect (e.g. the map shows a gap where there is existing sidewalk, the map shows an existing bike lane where there is none), and
Locations you feel should be priorities for walking and biking improvements.
Comments received through this Virtual Open House will be used to help refine our inventory and inform next steps for the project. Thank you for your time and participation.
How does ODOT identify gaps and deficiencies?
The Oregon Highway Design Manual establishes minimum standards for pedestrian and bicycle facilities on ODOT-owned highways. In most urban areas, there should be a minimum 6-foot wide sidewalk and 6-foot wide bike lane. In rural areas, there should be paved shoulders to provide an area for people to walk and bike. Many cities and counties have their own local standards for pedestrian and bicycle facilities that may differ from ODOT standards. To view maps of the ODOT minimum pedestrian and bicycle facility design standards, click on the map links in the Exhibits section at right.
To inform the Active Transportation Needs Inventory project, ODOT collected information on the location, width, and condition of all of the sidewalks and bicycle facilities on ODOT highways in Region 1. Based on this inventory, ODOT identified areas that are:
- "Gap" - No existing pedestrian or bicycle facilities (shown as red lines on the interactive maps)
- "Substandard" - Existing pedestrian or bicycle facilities, but they are in poor condition or narrower than ODOT’s minimum standard (shown as brown lines on the interactive maps)
- "Meets Standard" - Existing pedestrian and bicycle facilities that meet ODOT standards and are in good condition (shown as green lines on the interactive maps).
ODOT also reviewed local planning documents to identify locations on ODOT highways where pedestrian or bicycle improvements have been identified as a priority by the City or County.
- "Identified Need in Local Plan" - May currently be a Gap, Substandard, or Meets Standard. Additional desired improvements are listed in a local adopted plan (shown as yellow highlighted lines on the inventory maps).
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