Metropolitan Transportation Plan
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter I - Executive Summary
Chapter II - Introduction
Chapter III - Goals and Objectives
Chapter IV - Public Participation
Chapter V - Consultation
Chapter VI - Intermodal Considerations - Air, Rail, & Trucking
Chapter VII - Intermodal Considerations - Pedestrian & Non-motorized
Chapter VIII - Intermodal Considerations -Transit, Taxicab, Intercity Bus, & Ridesharing
Chapter IX - Coordination with the State Long Range Plan & Long Range Planning
Chapter X - Socio-Economic Data
Chapter XI - Travel Demand Forecast Model (TDFM)
Chapter XII - Transportation Deficiencies & Alternatives
Travel Time Reliability brochure
Transportation System Resilience flyer
Fort Custer Training Center as Potential US Dept of Defense -
Missile Defense Agency - Continental Interceptor Site -
BCATS conducts many transportation activites including the development of a 20-year long range plan, the compilation of a 4-year short range improvement program, and various other studies.
2035 Metropolitan Transportation Plan
At its meeting of June 22, 2011, the BCATS Policy Committee unanimously approved the BCATS 2035 Metropolitan Transportation Plan by Resolution 11-27.
Click here for the full Plan document as "published" August 1, 2011. A limited number of paper copies are available upon request; a fee may be charged for the 164-page document.
The full Plan document does not include Appendix B, the 292-page Air Quality Conformity Demonstration Readout, which may be viewed here.
Click here for BCATS' 2035 MTP Executive Summary. A limited number of paper copies of the 18-page Executive Summary can be provided free of charge upon request.
Transportation Improvement Program
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TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP)
Below are links to pdf documents of memos & material related to recent TIP amendments, as provided to BCATS Policy Committee members in advance of their meetings & action.
(The November 2013 amendment was initially presented as Am#18 to the previous TIP; upon final State & Federal approval of the new FY14-17 TIP in late November, it was ultimately processed as Am#1 to the FY14-17 TIP.)