Developing a Regional Transportation Priorities Plan (RTPP) for the National Capital Region
As growth in our region continues to place heavier demands on our transportation network, decision-makers will be challenged to make critical improvements to roads, public transportation and pedestrian and bicycle facilities while at the same time funding is becoming more limited.
In response to these challenges, and at the request of the TPB’s Citizens Advisory Committee, the TPB has embarked on a process to develop a Regional Transportation Priorities Plan (RTPP). The purpose of the RTPP is to identify those transportation strategies that best promote the TPB’s goals for economic opportunity, transportation choices, system safety and efficiency, quality of life, and environmental stewardship. Ultimately, it is envisioned that 10 to 15 strategies will be identified that the region can agree are the top priorities for addressing the most pressing challenges that the region faces in meeting the TPB’s goals.
More information about the RTPP is available on the TPB Website.