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Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP)

Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP)

Public Notice:

Proposed Amendment 1 to the adopted LRTP will be presented at the February meetings of the TPA advisory committees and the TPA Governing Board. Amendment 1 proposes the inclusion of two related SR-7 projects that were deleted from the draft LRTP at its time of adoption. Click here to learn more including ways to offer public comments.

Update:

A 2045 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) was adopted on December 12, 2019. A list of final changes to the LRTP at the time of adoption can be seen in the December 2019 Governing Board Summary Points. Please note that the revisions to the drafts resulting from the Governing Board meeting are being incorporated into the final document. The drafts at the links below are outdated and will be replaced with the final documents as adopted.

Click here to download the executive summary. (draft as of 2/6/19)

Click here to download the full document. (draft as of 12/6/19)

What is the Long Range Transportation Plan?

The Long Range Transportation Plan, also known as the Metropolitan Transportation Plan, maps out the next 25 years of state and federal transportation system investments in Palm Beach County. As a comprehensive analysis of the transportation system, it also includes local (county, city and private) investments planned for the transportation system.  It identifies transportation projects and services such as premium transit corridors; major roadway improvements and new interchanges; freight capacity projects (roadways, railways, seaport and airport facilities); and non-motorized facility networks (bicycle facilities, sidewalks, and shared-use paths).  The LRTP seeks to advance the TPA's vision of a safe, efficient, connected and multimodal transportation system.

The LRTP is developed concurrently with the Southeast Florida Regional Transportation Plan (RTP).  For more information on the RTP and the regional transportation projects and issues common to Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade counties, visit www.SEFTC.org.

The 2045 Long Range Transportation Plan was adopted on December 12, 2019. A list of final changes to the LRTP at the time of adoption can be seen in the December Governing Board Summary Points.

Please note: These final changes from the Governing Board meeting are being incorporated into the final document and will be available on the website by January 14, 2020.

Click here to download the executive summary. (uploaded 12/6/19)

Click here to download the full document. (uploaded 12/6/19)

 

 

2045 LRTP - CLICK HERE

Click links below to view/ download draft content for the 2045 LRTP.

Supporting Documents

2040 LRTP - CLICK HERE

Click links below to view/ download the Directions 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP), adopted 10/16/2014, and subsequent amendments.

  • Executive Summary (Updated with Amendments #1 - #8)
  • Main Document and Appendices (Updated with Amendments #1 - #8)
  • 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.
  • Amendment #8 (adopted 9-20-2018) Turnpike widening / toll express lanes

Click to view/ download the 2040 Cost Feasible Model Volumes

2035 LRTP - CLICK HERE

Click links below to view/download the 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP), adopted 12-17-2009.

 

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