The Redmond Transportation Master Plan (TMP) is an element of the City's Comprehensive Plan, and is the document that guides Redmond’s transportation investment and activities. It was first adopted in 2005, and last updated in August of 2013. The 2013 update was developed using a strategic framework that incorporates the City's vision, feedback from the community, and an analysis of the challenges and opportunities facing Redmond.
Executive Summary and Introduction
Overview of transportation vision and the strategic approach to accomplish that vision
Chapter 2: Trends and Conditions
What has happened since the first TMP Document was approved in 2005 what is the current direction for transportation in Redmond.
Chapter 3: Performance Measurement
An in-depth look at the most important measures (including the six dashboard measures) for tracking the success of the TMP toward achieving particular 2030 targets and the aspirations of the transportation vision.
Chapter 4: The Multi-Modal Transportation System Plans. This is the heart of the TMP document and describes each major element of a complete multi-modal transportation system for Redmond including a Street System Plan, Transit System Plan, Pedestrian System Plan, Bicycling System Plan, Parking, Transportation Demand Management, and Freight Mobility.
Chapter 4-1: Street System Plan
Chapter 4-2: Transit System Plan
Chapter 4-3: Pedestrian System Plan
Chapter 4-4: Bicycle System Plan
Chapter 4-5: Freight Access and Distribution
Chapter 4-6: Parking Plan
Chapter 4-7: Transportation Demand Management
Chapter 5: Regional Transportation
This chapter identifies Redmond’s regional transportation issues and interests with a particular emphasis on the SR 520 Multi-modal Corridor, Sound Transit East Link Light Rail and Regional Express Bus Service, and King County Metro.
Chapter 6: Maintenance and Operations
A discussion of the specific needs, issues, and gaps related to the maintenance and operations of the transportation system.
Chapter 7: 2013 to 2030 Transportation Facilities Plan (18 Year Investment Plan)
A specific implementation plan required by the Washington State Growth Management Act that all cities have a financially constrained long-range infrastructure plan for transportation.
Chapter 8: Three-Year Action Plan
Describes the highest priority action items to begin implementation of the vision during the first three years of the plan
Appendix A: Public Engagement
Appendix B: Supplementary Performance Measures
Appendix C: Concurrency
Appendix D: Street Functional Classification System
Appendix E: The Unfunded Buildout Plan
Appendix F: Design Guidance
Appendix G: Transportation Facilities Plan Programs
Appendix H: Extended TFP Project Descriptions
Appendix I: Glossary and Acronyms