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Regional Transportation Plan (RTP)

Regional Transportation Plan (RTP)

The Southeast Florida Transportation Council (SEFTC) is a formal partnership of the Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) to coordinate regional transportation planning for all travel modes. SEFTC facilitates transportation planning by engaging the public and fostering strong partnerships between the Palm Beach TPA, Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization (TPO), Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), other agencies, local governments and communities.  One of SEFTC's most important responsibilities is developing and implementing its Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) in coordination with other regional and local plans, while moving toward an agreed-upon vision for transportation in southeast Florida.

The RTP is updated every five years to adapt to population changes of the region.  Since the creation of SEFTC in 2005, the Palm Beach TPA has been a strategic partner in the development of our region's.  The RTP is consistent with the Palm Beach TPA, Broward MPO and the Miami-Dade TPO Long-Range Transportation Plans. For more information, go to SEFTC.org/2045rtp.

The 2045 RTP was adopted by SEFTC on August 7, 2020. The RTP and technical documents are available below.

2045 Regional Transportation Plan Final Report

Regional Transportation Network Map

Regional Transportation Network Technical Memorandum

Regional High Capacity Transit Network Map

Trends and Alternative Scenarios Technical Memorandum

Scenario Performance Measures

Legislative and Funding Overview Technical Memorandum

Best Practices for Multimodal Regional Plans and Goals, Objectives and Measures Technical Memorandum

Financial Resources Technical Memorandum

Modeling Support Activities Technical Memorandum

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