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​Metropolitan Transportation Plan

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) requires the Municipality to have a MTP, to be updated every four years. It must cover all modes of transportation: freeways, highways, streets and sidewalks, public transit, trails and freight mobility; and address congestion management and air quality standards. It must be based on land uses described in the current Comprehensive Plan. ​


MTP 101 

If you are new to​ this important planning process, click on the link above and review our Metropolitan Transportation Plan 101 guide! Send us your feedback​ on the presentation.

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The 2040 MTP Air Quality Confirmity Determination was approved on August 26th, 2020. 

The Plan​

​Documents
​Videos

2040 MTP Executive Summary​

​Plan Introduction

2040 MTP Full Document

Plan Goals

2040 MTP Air Quality Conformity Determination

​Plan Overview​

Plan Sections

​Cover
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 8 - Implementation
Chapter 2 - Public Involvement
​Chapter 9 - Air Quality​​
Chapter 3 - Goals and Objectives
Appendx A - Glossary
Chapter 4 - Existing Conditions
Appendix B - Public Involvement
Chapter 5 - Future Network 
​Appendix C - Environmental Justice
Chapter 6 - Financial Plan
​Appendix D - Safety and Security​
Chapter 7 - Recommendations
Apendix E - Fiscal Constraint​​

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Public Involvement Documents:

Alternative Details

Charrette Workshop Summary

MetroQuest Report #2

MetroQuest Survey #2 Comments​

Survey Report Appendix A

Technical Reports:

PC Adopted Technical Memorandium #1A: Goals, Objective, and Performance Measures

PC Adopted Technical Memorandum #1B: Screening

Overall Transportation System: 2016 Status of the System Report

PC Adopted Technical Working Paper #2: Future Deficiency Analysis

Overview Presentation: 2040 Baseline Deficiencies and Needs​