Long Range Transportation Plan

Contact: Steven Bostel

Public Comment Needed!

We are currently seeking public comment on proposed changes in Amendment One to the 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP).The amendment will be presented during the regularly scheduled TPO Governing Board meeting on Thursday, March 8, 2018, beginning at 3:00 pm at the Brevard County Government Center, Building C, Third Floor, Florida Room.

The SCTPO’s Citizen’s Advisory Committee (CAC) and Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) will also review this request at their regularly scheduled meetings on March 5, 2018 at 9:30 am and will provide a recommendation to the TPO Board. The TAC/CAC Committee meetings will be held at the Brevard County Government Center, Building C, Second Floor, Space Coast Room. All meetings are open to the public and public participation is encouraged. Please submit comments to  Steven Bostel

Draft LRTP Amendment One – Posted 2/6/2018

Final 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan
Adopted October 8, 2015. Modified May 19, 2016

2040 LRTP Logo

Every five years, the SCTPO adopts a new Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP). This plan provides a common vision for the community’s future transportation needs and guides the investment of public funds in transportation facilities, addressing a timeline of 20 or more years. It includes both short and long term transportation strategies using multiple modes of transportation for moving people and goods.

The main objectives of the LRTP are to:

  • Detail a comprehensive plan for transportation modes
  • Include long and short range goals and strategies
  • Identify  funding sources and estimate costs
  • Provide framework for choosing transportation projects

Included in the LRTP is a projection of anticipated transportation funding and projected costs. Because funds are limited, public input is essential to help identify the priority projects that will be included in the plan for implementation. The LRTP may be amended periodically as a result of changes in projected federal, state, and local needs or funding. The public has the opportunity to provide input throughout the planning process ,which takes up to two years. The LRTP has its own public participation plan which may include a project website, a survey to gather broad input, and special public hearings. There is a 30 day public comment period prior to plan adoption and continuously during the two year planning process.

Resources:

Federal Highway Administration, June 2016, Supporting Performance-Based Planning and Programming through Scenario Planning

2035 Adopted LRTP

Maps: 2035 Cost Feasible Plan2035 LRTP Transit Cost Feasible Plan