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Regional Transportation Priorities Plan Survey


Our region's transportation system is under strain and we want your help in figuring out how to make things better. 

We will use your responses to this survey to develop a Regional Transportation Priorities Plan that will guide decisions about what improvements to make.

Attention members of the TPB, Technical Committee, Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC), or Community Leadership Institute (CLI): Before taking the online survey, please have your unique identification number ready to enter on the welcome screen.

Members of the general public or other interested parties: You are not required to enter a unique identification number. The TPB invites you to peruse the survey tool to help inform any feedback or comments you may have on the draft Plan, which must be submitted via the RTPP Public Comment Page.

Who is Developing This Plan?

The plan is being developed by the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board (TPB), which is responsible for coordinating transportation planning across the region.

The TPB's plans and decisions are guided by a regional "vision" that includes broad goals to guide transportation investments into the 21st Century.

We Need to Do More

We currently have a regional transportation plan that shows us how our roads, trains, and other transportation infrastructure will evolve in coming decades. Our analysis shows that what is currently planned won’t be enough to achieve the goals we have adopted for the region.

We need your help in deciding what more we should do!

What is the Priorities Plan?

The purpose of the Regional Transportation Priorities Plan (RTPP) will be to identify transportation strategies that offer the greatest potential contributions toward achieving regional goals.

Ultimately, it is envisioned that 10 to 15 strategies will be identified that the region can agree are the top priorities for meeting our shared goals.


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