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This is the TPB's documentation of the Financially Constrained Long-Range Transportation Plan (CLRP) for the National Capital Region.

The CLRP identifies all regionally significant transportation projects and programs that are planned in the Washington metropolitan area between 2014 and 2040. Over 600 projects are included, ranging from simple highway landscaping to billion-dollar highway and transit projects. Some of the projects will be completed in the near future, while others are only in the initial planning stage.

The projects and programs that go into the CLRP are developed cooperatively by governmental bodies and agencies represented on the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board (TPB). The TPB Vision, the policy framework adopted by the TPB in 1998, serves as the regional guide for project development.


Learn more about transportation decision-making in the Washington region, including the state and local decision-making that feeds the CLRP update process. Visit the Transportation Planning Information Hub for the National Capital Region.

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What's New?

TPB Approves Project Submissions forInclusion in the Air Quality Conformity Analysis of the 2015 CLRP Update

On February 18, 2015, the TPB approved the new projects and changes to existing projects that have been proposed for inclusion in the 2015 CLRP update.

Explore the resources below to learn more about the projects, this year's update, and how to comment.

 

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Most Recent News

Coverage of the 2015 CLRP update from TPB Weekly Report:

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I-66 Tolling, Dedicated Bike Lanes in the District Slated for 2015 CLRP Update
January 20, 2015

 
 

2015 CLRP Update to Focus on Addressing Region's Top Needs
December 2, 2014

 
 
 
 

For TPB Weekly Report coverage of the 2014 CLRP update, please visit: www.mwcog.org/CLRP2014. For more TPB Weekly Report, including access to all previous issues, please visit: www.mwcog.org/TPBweeklyreport.


 

Latest CLRP and TIP Documents

Descriptions of the above documents and summary presentations can be found on the 2015 Key Documents page.

Public Comment

The TPB held a public comment and inter-agency review period from January 15, to February 14, 2015, on the project submissions to be included in the Air Quality Conformity Analysis for the 2015 update of the region's Constrained Long-Range Transportation Plan (CLRP).

Approximately 200 comments were received during the comment period. TPB staff worked with representatives from the implementing agencies to develop a set of responses to the comments. These comments and the responses were presented to the members of the TPB at their meeting on February 18, prior to their action to approve the project submissions for inclusion in the Air Quality Conformity Analysis of the CLRP.

Additional Resources

Transportation Planning Information Hub for the National Capital Region
Learn more about transportation decision-making in the Washington region, including the state and local decision-making that feeds the CLRP update process.

www.transportationplanninghub.org