Circulation Element

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One of seven state required elements of a general plan, the circulation element contains goals, policies, and implementation programs that address the movement of people and goods throughout the community. The circulation element ensures that the automobile, pedestrian, and bicycle networks, public transportation, and major thoroughfares are adequete for servicing current and planned land uses within the jurisdictions.

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