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Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP)

Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP)

Click links below to view/ download the Directions 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP), adopted Oct. 16, 2014.

  • Executive Summary (Updated with Amendments #1 - #6)
  • Main Document and Appendices (Updated with Amendments #1 - #6)
  • Amendment #1 (adopted Sep. 17, 2015) Extend the northern limits of US-1 Multimodal Corridor Study to Indiantown Rd.
  • Amendment #2 (adopted 2-18-2016)  LRTP Amendment #2 addresses three corrective actions identified in Certification Review.
  • Amendment #3 (adopted 4-20-2017) I-95 interchange at Glades Rd.
  • Amendment #4 (adopted 4-20-2017) I-95 interchange at Woolbright Rd.
  • Amendment #5 (adopted 6-15-2017) I-95 interchange at Northlake Blvd.
  • Amendment #6 (adopted 7-20-2017) I-95 interchange at 45th St.
  • Amendment #7 (adopted 12-14-2017) I-95 interchange at 6th Ave. S.

Click to view/ download the 2040 Cost Feasible Model Volumes

Produced by the Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency (TPA) and updated every five years, the Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) sets the framework for a balanced and forward thinking transportation system.

The Directions 2040 Plan is an update to plan to the year 2040. Formulated over a two-year process, it maps out the next 25 years of state and federal transportation system investments in Palm Beach County. It provides for investments in new transportation services and improvements such as premium transit service; new mass transit lines; major roadway improvements and new interchanges; new bicycle facilities, sidewalks, and multi-use paths; new vehicular and pedestrian bridges.  The overall goal of the Directions 2040 Plan is to ensure a transportation system that remains accessible to all regardless of income, age, or physical ability, while feeding into the economic viability of Palm Beach County.

The Directions 2040 LRTP will also coordinate with the 2040 Southeast Florida Regional Transportation Plan (RTP).  For more information on the RTP which addresses regional transportation projects and issues throughout Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade counties, visit www.SEFTC.org.


Previously Adopted 2035 LRTP

Click for the superseded 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP)


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