Transportation Planning / AMATS

AMATS - Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP)

Metropolitan Transportation Plan

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) requires 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 congestion management and air quality standards. It must be based on land uses described in the current Comprehensive Plan. 

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


2040 MTP Executive Summary​

2040 MTP Full Document​​​

2040 MTP Air Quality Conformity Determination


Cover

Acknowledgements

Chapter 1 - Introduction

Chapter 2 - Public Involvement

Chapter 3 - Goals and Objectives

Chapter 4 - Existing Conditions

Chapter 5 - Future Network

Chapter 6 - Financial Plan

Chapter 7 - Recommendations

Chapter 8 - Implementation

Chapter 9 - Air Quality

Appendix A - Glossary

Appendix B - Public Involvement

Appendix C - Environmental Justice

Appendix D - Safety and Security

Appendix E - Fiscal Constraint

​Publi​c review Draft Comment Response Summary:

Summary


Public Review Draft ​Comment Response Summary Attachments:

Attachment A - Allen Kemplen

Attachment B - Anchorage Parks Foundation

Attachment C - Anchorage Trails

Attachment D - Barbara and Michael Carlson

Attachment E - Climate Action Plan Re​view of MTP Overlap

Attachment F - DE

Attachment G - Emily Weiser

Attachment H - Fairview Community Council

Attachment I - Friends of the Anchorage Costal Wildlife Refuge

Attachment J - Nancy Pease

Attachment K - Public Comment After Assembly Work Session

Attachment L - Public Meeting

Attachment M - Rabbit Creek Community Council

Attachment N - Sean Holland