2035 Long Range Transportation Plan

In January of 2009, the FAMPO Policy Committee adopted the 2035 LRTP. A positive finding on Air Quality Conformity was made by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on April 15, 2009.

The 2035 LRTP contained a Multimodal Needs Plan for the entire George Washington Region as well as the Financially Constrained Plan for the MPO Area. Further, in addition to highway safety and capacity projects, the plan also has a detailed public transit element, as well as a comprehensive, region-side Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan. The plans also differed from previous plans in that it contained a discussion of regional land use and its effects on the transportation system. It utilized a defined prioritization methodology for technical ranking of potential highway projects and was subject to a comprehensive public outreach effort.  The plan was adopted on January 26, 2009.

FAMPO Resolution 09-01:  Adoption of the 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan for the George Washington Region

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction/Goals and Objectives

Chapter 2: Demographic Trends and Projections

Chapter 3: Transportation Planning Process

Chapter 4: Transportation Needs Plan

Chapter 5: Financially Constrained Plan

Chapter 6: Key Findings

Appendix A: SAFETEA-LU Regulations

Appendix B: Housing and Employment Trends

Appendix C: Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan

Appendix D: Highway Project Prioritization Methodology

Appendix E: Highway Needs Plan Projects

Appendix F: