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Weigh in on Connected 2045 - The Region's next Long Range Transportation Plan

What transportation investments do you think need to be made in the St. Louis region over the next 30 years? Connected 2045, the region's next Long Range Transportation Plan, is currently under development. Let us know what your transportation values are by taking our brief survey (https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/EWGworkshop1). The results of this survey will be used as the basis for decision making throughout the long range planning process.

About the Transportation Sales Tax Workshop and Long Range Plan Update:

In order to provide further information on the project selection and evaluation process for the Missouri sales tax initiative, this page provides links to some of the resources used to develop the project lists for the St. Louis region. In addition to analyzing existing plans, projects for all modes were also reviewed by relevant partner agencies in an attempt to develop comprehensive lists for stakeholder consideration and evaluation.

Highway projects were drawn from East-West Gateway's Regional Transportation Plan 2040 as well as Missouri on the Move, MoDOT's long-range transportation plan.

Bicycle and pedestrian projects were derived from the Gateway Bike Plan, as well as On the Move.

Transit projects were informed by Moving Transit Forward, Metro's long-range plan.

Freight projects were drawn from work done for the St. Louis Regional Freight Study, completed in 2013.

In addition to generating a list of candidate projects, it was necessary to develop a context for project evaluation. In doing so, East-West Gateway has drawn on multiple levels of goals and performance measures, beginning with the emphasis areas of the federal transportation bill, MAP-21. Additionally, developed through extensive statewide public involvement, the four goal areas  of MoDOT's On the Move provide a transportation vision for the state of Missouri.

On a regional level, the St. Louis region recently undertook the OneSTL sustainability planning effort, which identified regional transportation goals, objectives, and policies. Much of OneSTL's transportation framework was influenced by East-West Gateway's Ten Guiding Principles, which guided the development of RTP 2040 and will provide a foundation for Connected2045, the region's next long range transportation plan, due in 2015.

For any additional information, please contact Peter Koeppel or Shay Schindler at East-West Gateway via email or at (314) 421-4220.

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Regional Transportation Plan 2040

The Regional Transportation Plan (RTP2040), the FY 2012-2015 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), and the Air Quality Conformity Determination and Documentation (AQCD) reports were approved by Gateway's Board of Directors on June 29, 2011.  The primary purpose of this plan is to set forth a regional policy and planning framework to guide decision-making regarding the growth and development of St. Louis region.

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Regional Transportation Plan 2040 (approved by East-West Gateway's Board of Directors on June 29, 2011.)

Click to view RTP 2040 Technical Supplement Doc.


The State of the System and Technical Supplement to RTP 2040  (July 2011)

 

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East-West Gateway Council of Governments
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last update:  Friday, June 27, 2014

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