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NOACA unveils draft of Northeast Ohio's Long-Range Transportation Plan

Weigh in on the plan now through June 8, 2017                 

The Long-Range Transportation Plan is the framework for directing investment for all forms of transportation in Northeast Ohio, including motor vehicle, bridge, transit, bicycle, walking and the movement of freight. The plan offers a vision of the region's transportation system through the year 2040 and identifies $15.8 billion in transportation investments that address accessibility, safety and mobility for people who live and work in Northeast Ohio.

NOACA's draft Long-Range Transportation Plan, titled AIM Forward 2040, is now available for review and comment. You can review the Plan by chapter, as listed below. You can comment on the plan via a link on the website or by attending one of several scheduled public meetings over the next month.


              Chapter 3.1 – Congestion Management System
              Chapter 3.2 - Asset Management and Resiliency
              Chapter 3.3 – Regional Freight Plan
              Chapter 3.4 - Livable Communities
              Chapter 3.5 – Transportation Safety
              Chapter 3.6 – Security
              Chapter 3.7 – Environmental Impact Mitigation

  • Project Impacts

             Chapter 5.1 – Financial Plan
             Chapter 5.2 – Environmental Justice
             Chapter 5.3 – Transportation Conformity

  • Public Involvement
  • What the future of transportation might look like/could be
  • Appendices
           Recommended Transportation Asset Management Program
           Minor Projects
Last updated: 5/8/2017 6:50:17 AM