Long-Range Plan Task Force


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Task Force Purpose and Mission

The TPB’s Long-Range Plan Task Force is working to identify a limited set of regionally significant projects, programs, and policies above and beyond what is in the current Constrained Long-Range Transportation Plan (CLRP). By July of this year, the Task Force aims to identify approximately 6-10 such initiatives that will make significantly better progress toward achieving the goals laid out in TPB and COG governing documents. The group also aims to develop a process by which the TPB will make a final selection from among these for concerted TPB action in 2018 and beyond.

Full TPB Resolution Establishing Task Force Mission, Tasks and Membership

Task Force Membership

A total of 18 individuals serve on the Long-Range Plan Task Force: the three TPB officers; nine local officials (three each from Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia); one representative of each state-level department of transportation and WMATA; and one member each from the TPB’s Citizens Advisory Committee and Access for All Advisory Committee. The list of task force members can be found on the right-hand side of this page, under Committee Members, "View All."

Task Force Meeting Schedule

The Task Force will meet 1-2 times per month through July 2017. Please see “Events & Event Materials” for exact dates and more information.

 

Featured Documents

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    Phase I Report of the Long-Range Plan Task Force

    Dec 21, 2016

    This report summarizes the Phase I efforts of the Long-Range Plan Task Force. It provides a context for future priority setting by examining three scenarios of the region’s long-term (2040) transportation system performance. 

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    Multi-Sector Approach to Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the Metropolitan Washington Region Final Technical Report

    Jan 31, 2016

    This Final Technical Report, completed by the consultant, summarizes the findings of this study. It provides context for GHG emissions in the metropolitan Washington region and potential GHG reductions that might be achieved through regional policy actions. It describes the process used to identify feasible strategies, the methods used for analysis, and the results of the multisector regional strategy analysis. 

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    Regional Transportation Priorities Plan

    Jan 15, 2014

    The Regional Transportation Priorities Plan identifies strategies with the greatest potential to respond to the region's most significant transportation challenges. It also identifies those strategies that are “within reach” both financially and politically - recognizing the need for pragmatism in an era of limited financial resources and a lack of political will to raise significant amounts of new revenue.

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    CLRP Aspirations Scenario

    Sep 8, 2010

    This document provides a summary of the development, analysis and results of the "CLRP Aspirations" scenario, which is one of two scenarios in the TPB Scenario Study. This scenario examines the effects of a long-range land use and transportation vision for the National Capital Region out to horizon year 2030. This report includes a summary of past scenario studies and how this scenario fills a gap, an overview of the scenario development and methodology, and an analysis of how the integrated land use and transportation scenario meets TPB Vision goals. The scenario consists of a smart growth land use strategy, a network of variably priced lanes, and an extensive BRT network running on priced lanes.

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    What Would it Take? Scenario

    May 18, 2010

    This document provides a summary of the development, analysis and results of the "What Would it Take?" scenario, which is one of two scenarios in the TPB Scenario Study. This scenario examines what it would take in the National Capital Region to meet aggressive regional climate change mitigation goals in the transportation sector. This report includes a baseline inventory and forecast of carbon dioxide emissions in the region, identification and analysis of potential mitigation strategies, and an analysis of whether any combination of these strategies meets long-term mitigation goals. The report also includes cost-effectiveness analysis of these measures and specifically identifies short-term measures that can be feasibly implemented by local governments in the region.

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    Region Forward Vision

    Jan 28, 2010

    Region Forward is COG's vision. It's a commitment by COG and its member governments, who together seek to create a more prosperous, accessible, livable, and sustainable metropolitan Washington. Region Forward includes goals, targets, and the Greater Washington 2050 Compact, a voluntary agreement to motivate area governments and stakeholders to advance the vision. For the latest information on the vision and its goals and targets, visit the Region Forward page

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    Regional Mobility and Accessibility Study

    Nov 17, 2006

    Land use and transportation strategies that would put more housing and jobs in closer proximity, focus mixed use development around transit stations and implement supportive transit investments can have a positive impact on future travel conditions. This is the most significant finding of the first phase of the Regional Mobility and Accessibility Study, a study that evaluated five alternative land use and transportation scenarios for improving mobility and accessibility throughout the metropolitan Washington region.

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    The TPB Vision

    Oct 15, 1998

    The Vision is a short, but influential, policy document that lays out eight broad goals to guide the region’s transportation investments into the 21st century. The Vision was unanimously approved in October 1998 by the Transportation Planning Board after an extensive public outreach effort that lasted three years.