​Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP)

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 

Learn more here:​r Metropolitan Transportation Plan 101 Guide! ​

2050 MTP logo, cogs for freight, non-motorized, and transit

The 2050 MTP is underway! Visit the plan website and follow along for public involvement opportunities! 

Past Plans​

Related Programs:
Transportation Improvement Program
Unified Planning Work Program
Public Participation Plan

Staff Liaison:

Aaro​n Jongenelen​
​AMATS Coordinator
P: 907.343.8254​