The CTP is a mutually adopted legal document between the state and the CRTPO. The adoption of the CTP is the State’s concurrence with the locally identified transportation needs. The Comprehensive Transportation Plan maps were adopted by the CRTPO in January of 2017.
CRTPO received proposed amendments from its member jurisdictions. A public comment period was open from September 19 through October 18, 2019 for community input on the proposals. The CRTPO Board adopted the amendments in January 2020. Various versions of the maps are shown below.
Virtual CTP Map
The virtual CTP map will allow you to explore each of the Highway, Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Public Transportation & Rail modes, as well as pending and approved amendments to the CTP since its original adoption.
The CTP includes four maps that illustrate how communities assess and envision their future transportation network.
- Highway/Street Map
Describes and assesses the transportation network for motor vehicles (not including local and subdivision streets)
- Pedestrian Map
Describes and assesses the network for sidewalks and trails
- Bicycle Map
Describes and assesses the network for bicycle lanes and trails
- Public Transportation and Rail Map
Describes and assesses the public transportation and freight rail networks