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The Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) is a 25-year plan which provides a list of transportation projects to meet the future transportation needs in the Omaha-Council Bluffs metro. This is accomplished by analyzing demographic forecasts and current conditions of all modes of transportation including highways, roads, transit, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, aviation, and passenger rail.
The Long Range Transportation Plan is updated every five years. The plans, projections, and proposed solutions aim to increase the quality of life for area residents. Additionally, in order to be eligible for federal funding, projects must be listed in the LRTP.
The 2050 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) will be a comprehensive plan projecting the transportation needs for the Omaha-Council Bluffs metro area for the next 30 years. This plan will take a comprehensive approach to addressing transportation in our area and incorporate elements from the Heartland 2050 Study as well as the studies MAPA has completed over the past five to ten years. The plans, projections, and proposed solutions will aim to increase the quality of life for area residents.
Data, Maps & Downloads
NEAT Study RFQ released
Public Comment Period for MAPA’s FY2022 Work Programs
Highway 75 Corridor Transportation Study RFQ released
MAPA Council of Officials statement regarding loss of Dr. Joseph Stothert
“Moving Forward” newsletter
Transportation Improvement Program funding requests
Nebraska Broadband Speed Testing Initiative
2020 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy
2050 Long Range Transportation Plan