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Transportation System
The City’s transportation system is made up of a combination of state routes, arterial thoroughfares, collector streets, local roadways, and pathways serving motor, non-motor, and pedestrian traffic.

Transportation System Plan (TSP) (full version)
The Battle Ground Transportation System Plan (TSP) establishes the City’s goals, policies, and action strategies for developing the transportation system within the Battle Ground Urban Growth Area (UGA). The TSP is intended to serve as a blueprint or master plan to guide transportation decisions to address both short and long term needs. 

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Transportation System Plan Update (full version)
This update is a part of the City’s 2015-2035 Comprehensive Plan. 

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Transportation System Map

This map shows the City’s existing transportation system.

2018-2023 6-Year Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) and Map

Annually, the City updates a Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). It is a planning document adopted by the City Council. The TIP lists all anticipated transportation capital improvements for which the City may pursue some phase of development during the inclusive six years such as funding, design, right-of-way or equipment acquisitions, construction, or implementation.

Transportation System Maintenance

Our Operations staff, with the assistance of the Washington State Department of Transportation for SR 502 and SR 503, performs the maintenance of the City’s transportation system.

Truck Routes Map 
Trucks with a Gross Weight (GVW) over 26,000 pounds will be restricted to city streets designated as truck routes effective January 1, 2015. Exceptions are trucks used for emergency, sanitary, maintenance, or city purpose trucks for direct to and from designated locations for the purpose of pick up or drop off unless sign posted otherwise.

Complete Streets Policy
The vision of the City of Battle Ground is of a community in which all residents and visitors, regardless of their age, ability, or financial resources can safely and efficiently use the public right-of-way to meet their transportation needs regardless of their preferred mode of travel. In order to achieve the goal of compact development and meet the needs of a diverse population we as a city promote pedestrian, bicycle and public transportation that reduces negative environmental impacts and promotes healthy living, advances the well being of travelers.