The Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP, previously known as LRTP) is a fiscally-constrained and required planning document that reflects planned transportation investments over the next twenty-five years. It forecasts changes in the region and seeks to identify transportation improvements needed to keep travelers and goods moving smoothly and how to fund those improvements. The plan is multi-modal and identifies investments in roadway, public transportation, bicycle and pedestrian, rail and aviation projects. The current 2040 MTP, under Regionwide Plans page, covers 2015-2040 and was originally adopted on September 24, 2015.
The updated MTP is being considered for adoption in September 2020. The plan forecasts planned transportation investments in the region from 2020-2045. FBRMPO and the MTP steering committee will review and consider the feedback received during the public comment period. The draft MTP will be presented to the MPO Board for adoption at their September 24th meeting. In addition to comments and survey results being relayed to the Board, a public hearing will take place before adoption. Once adopted, the 2045 MTP will help to guide future transportation projects and initiatives in the region over the next five years.
Plan and Survey Materials:
A virtual public meeting was held on August 18th to discuss the plan. You can view the recording HERE.
Check out the supplemental materials below for more information on MTP development.
MTP SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS
FBRMPO meetings are open to people of all ages and abilities. Please let us know 48 hours in advance if you require special meeting accommodation or translation services. It is the policy of the French Broad River MPO to ensure that no person shall, on the ground of race, color, sex, age, national origin, or disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity as provided by the Civil Rights laws and authorities.
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