(1) The location of transit stops shall be based upon the size and trip generation of new development adjacent to an existing or planned transit corridor. The transit operator shall review site plans and may recommend transit-related facilities be constructed for the following developments:
(a) Residential developments having an average peak hour trip rate of 25 trips or greater.
(b) Commercial and employment and industrial developments other than office developments, having an average peak hour trip rate of 100 trips or greater. Office developments generating 50 or more average peak hour trips.
(c) Institutional uses and public facilities, including churches, hospitals, middle schools, high schools, universities and colleges, public parks (other than neighborhood parks), libraries, post offices, and other institutional and public facilities generating 100 or more average peak hour trips.
(2) To the extent it demonstrates consistency with constitutional requirements, the city shall require that the transit-related facilities recommended by the transit operator, and approved by the city manager, be identified on the site plan and constructed at the time of development. Transit-related facilities shall be constructed in accordance with the City of Eugene Arterial and Collector Street Plan.