Draft 2050 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP)
30-Day Public Comment Period:
January 18 – February 17, 2022
CRTPO Wants Your Input!
The CRTPO has been working on an update to its Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) and the draft plan document is now ready for review. This is the last opportunity for public input prior to adoption!
Review the document and provide comments before February 17, 2022 using the online comment form or email comments to email@example.com.
In addition to the 2050 MTP, the CRTPO will also be requesting feedback on the following items:
- 2045 MTP Amendments
- Revised 2020-2029 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
- Draft Air Quality Conformity Determination Report
Other Opportunities to Learn More and Provide Input
CRTPO Board Meetings
Opportunities to provide written or verbal comments on the MTP will be available during the January 26, February 16, and March 16 CRTPO Board Meetings. Visit the CRTPO webpage for instructions.
2050 MTP Special Edition Newsletter
Special Edition – 2050 MTP (January 2022), English
Special Edition – 2050 MTP (January 2022), Español
Host a Presentation
The CRTPO would welcome the opportunity to present information about the MTP to civic, religious, business, neighborhood, or other interested groups. The intent is to provide an overview of the 2050 MTP and inform residents how they can stay involved with this and other important transportation planning initiatives. If your organization is interested in a virtual or in-person presentation about the 2050 MTP, please email CRTPO at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CRTPO Board is scheduled to take action on the MTP, TIP, and air quality conformity determination report on March 16, 2022.
The Program of Projects required by 49 USC 5307 is a subset of the Transportation Improvement Program and the public review and comment solicited for this Transportation Improvement Program is intended to include and satisfy the public review and comment required under 49 USC 5307 (c) (1) through (7) for Urbanized Area Formula Program for the public transit systems in the CRTPO planning area.
For more information on the MTP visit the 2050 MTP webpage.