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Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP)
Federal transportation legislation refers to a Metropolitan Planning Organization’s long range plan as the Metropolitan Transportation Plan, or MTP. To be consistent with the federal terminology, the MPO will refer to its next plan as the 2040 MTP.
The MTP is required to be updated every four years, and the next plan update is due in March 2014. Due to the complexity and coordination required to complete the plan update process, work has recently begun on the 2040 MTP. More information can be found on this webpage about the plan update process.
CRTPO is responsible for maintaining a long range transportation plan (LRTP) for its entire planning area, which outlines its goals and objectives, as well as addresses transportation related issues and impacts over a 20-year minimum horizon. The LRTP is a federally-mandated, long-term planning document detailing the transportation improvements and policies to be implemented in the MPO’s planning area. The plan complies with the Statewide and Metropolitan Transportation Planning regulations issued by the US Department of Transportation.
The 2035 LRTP can be viewed by clicking the following link:
2040 MTP Fiscally Constrained Project List
The 2040 MTP is required to be a financially feasible document. As such, the projects approved for inclusion in the list must demonstrate that the expected year of expenditure project cost will not exceed the anticipated revenue available over the horizon of the plan. Having determined that the project list meets those requirements, the MPO board approved the fiscally constrained project list on Wednesday, October 16, 2013.
Click the following links to view the Fiscally Constrained Project List: