Transportation Planning

Response to COVID-19

As part of the City’s response to COVID-19, we are asking that all community members and customers conduct business electronically as much as possible. Our Front Desk & Permit Center on the fourth floor of The Beaverton Building will be closed to visitors through at least January 3. Community Development services are available by email and phone listed in our directory with development and construction service at https://www.beavertonoregon.gov/bib. For:

To schedule an appointment for in-person services, please leave a message at one of the phone numbers listed above, check out our directory for other service contacts, or contact a staff person who has already been working with you to arrange for services.

For more information visit the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 page.

Responsibilities

Transportation Planning develops transportation policy and manages long-range plans such as the city's Transportation System Plan (TSP) and the Active Transportation Plan. The division is also responsible for implementing the city’s Context Sensitive Design Policy and leads the planning and design of complex and politically sensitive transportation projects. Transportation Planning frequently works in partnership with the Development Division and the Public Works Department to deliver transportation projects and secure funding for capital investments. 

Our team provides expertise to achieve the Beaverton Community Vision for improving mobility, creating a vibrant downtown, and enhancing livability. Safety, equity, climate and mobility are core values of our work. We also serve as liaison to the Bicycle Advisory Committee.

Our staff advises city leadership on transportation issues of regional and statewide significance. The division coordinates across the region on transportation planning, policy, programs, and funding with partner agencies including Washington County, Metro, Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), TriMet, Portland General Electric (PGE), Beaverton School District, Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District (THPRD), and neighboring communities including Hillsboro, Tigard, and Portland.