RTP Public Survey

RTP Agency Comment Form

You're Invited!  A public open house meeting is scheduled for March 21, 2018 from 3-6 pm at the Oakland County Executive Conference Center, 2100 Pontiac Lake Road, Building 41 West, Waterford, MI 48328.

2045 Regional Transportation Plan

Development of the 2045 Regional Transportation Plan for Southeast Michigan is now underway and will last until adoption in Spring 2019.  The 2045 RTP will be Southeast Michigan’s guiding transportation policy document that:
  • - Assesses the current state of regional transportation
  • - Anticipates future demand for regional mobility and access
  • - Estimates funding available for investing in transportation
  • - Forms policies that guide investment and implementation activities
  • - Tracks performance and progress towards targets

Public Involvement

Planning for the transportation system impacts each of us. We need good roads and bridges to drive on, good buses to ride on, and ways to walk and bike to jobs, parks, schools, grocery stores, hospitals, and cultural attractions. The future of our transportation system depends on our actions today.  A Public Hearing will be scheduled for the middle of March 2018 to provide the public an opportunity to discuss their vision for the future of Oakland County's transportation network.

About the Plan

Oakland County has a large and complex transportation system. In metropolitan areas such as ours, the transportation plan is the statement of the ways the region plans to invest in the transportation system. Per federal regulations, the plan shall "include both long-range and short-range program strategies/actions that lead to the development of an integrated intermodal transportation system that facilitates the efficient movement of people and goods.

Community leaders throughout Oakland County have worked to identify the transportation network needs in their community over the next 25 years. The process is composed of many steps, including:

Monitoring existing conditions;
Forecasting future population and employment growth, including assessing projected land uses in the region and identifying major growth corridors;
Identifying current and projected future transportation problems and needs and analyzing, through detailed planning studies, various transportation improvement strategies to address those needs;
Developing long-range plans and short-range programs of alternative capital improvement and operational strategies for moving people and goods;
Estimating the impact of recommended future improvements to the transportation system on environmental features, including air quality; and
Developing a financial plan for securing sufficient revenues to cover the costs of implementing strategies.

Important Documents

The 2040 Regional Transportation Plan Programmed Project List contains all the projects that are currently programmed in the existing approved 2040 RTP.

The Draft 2045 Regional Transportation Plan Needs List contains potential projects for future programming.

Submit a Comment on the Plan

Please feel free to submit a comment by filling out the form below.  If you have a road specific comment please submit your comment by clicking here:  RTP Comment Form.

 


If you cannot attend the public hearing, input into the 2045 Regional Transportation Plan is welcome using the form above or via phone or letter. Telephone calls should be directed to RCOC’s Planning and Environmental Concerns Department at 248-645-2000 extension 2215.

Written comments can be mailed to:
Road Commission for Oakland County
Department of Planning and Environmental Concerns
31001 Lahser Road
Beverly Hills, MI 48025

Written or telephone comments must be received by RCOC by March 29th, 2018.

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