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The Oak Ridge North Master Thoroughfare Plan (MTP) is a planning instrument used to implement the objectives of the Comprehensive Plan relative to Transportation Facilities:
1. Maintain and strengthen connectivity to the regional transportation system.
2. Work with regional entities to identify solutions to regional mobility that improve access to IH-45, but that also preserve the small town character of Oak Ridge North.
3. Ensure that streets and thoroughfares within Oak Ridge North preserve the small town character of the City.
4. Maintain low volumes of vehicular movement with neighborhoods in Oak Ridge North.
5. Make it easier to move around Oak Ridge North by walking or bicycle riding.
The MTP will assist the city staff in accomplishing these objectives by providing regulatory guidance for land development within the city’s jurisdiction, providing planning goals for capital improvements needed to address future mobility needs, and by identifying areas of coordination and cooperation with Montgomery County and nearby communities.

Background: 
Oak Ridge North is located in Montgomery County, Texas along Interstate 45. The city has a boundary of approximately 1.2 square miles and an extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ) of another 1.3 square miles. While the city has a 2010 population projection of 3,121 persons, the nearby developed areas to the east have a population of 56,000. Many of these residents travel through the city to access schools or major thoroughfares such as Interstate 45.

MTP-What it isMTP-What it is Not
Exhibit A Exisiting Traffic
Exhibit B Future Traffic
Exhibit C Major Thoroughfare Plan 
Exhibit D Pathways Plan
Exhibit E Road Inventory
MTP 3/20/2018  

27424 Robinson Road
Oak Ridge North, Texas 77385
Main Line: 281-292-4648
Police (non-emergency): 281-292-4643
Police (after hours): 281-292-4642
Municipal Court: 281-292-8736
Municipal Court Fax: 281-364-7168
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