Metropolitan Kansas City's
Long-Range Transportation Plan

Original 2010 plan and documents

For the original plan adopted in 2010, MARC spent two years working with area planners and elected officials, and using citizen input to develop Transportation Outlook 2040, the Kansas City region's next long-range transportation plan. This important plan describes how the region will manage, operate and invest $18 billion in its multimodal transportation system over the next 30 years.

Transportation Outlook 2040 outlines a vision for how transportation investments will relate to land use in the future. MARC established a broad set of goals for the plan — ranging from transportation's impacts on climate change and energy, to place making, to the condition of existing transportation systems.

Transportation Outlook 2040 must be updated every five years. Following a public review period, MARC's Board of Directors adopted the original Transportation Outlook 2040 plan on June 29, 2010.


Plan chapters:

Updated

Executive Summary (pdf)

1.0 Introduction

6/14/2010

2.0 Policy FrameworkObjectives and Strategies Summary

6/14/2010

3.0 Performance Measures

6/14/2010

4.0 Streets and Highways

6/14/2010

5.0 Public TransportationServes as the region's Coordinated Public Transit–Human Services Transportation Plan

6/14/2010

6.0 Active Transportation

6/14/2010

7.0 Transportation Management

6/14/2010

8.0 Land Use Integration

6/14/2010

9.0 Goods Movement

6/14/2010

10.0 Environmental Integration

6/14/2010

11.0 Safety

6/14/2010

12.0 Security

6/14/2010

13.0 Intercity Travel

6/14/2010

14.0 Aviation

6/14/2010

 

Appendices

Updated
A. Federal Planning Factors

6/14/2010

B. Land Use Forecast Processes

6/14/2010

C. Project Solicitation and Evaluation

6/14/2010

D. Project Listings
(All projects in the adopted 2010–2014 Transportation Improvement Program were included in the long-range transportation plan's list of financially constrained projects.)

6/14/2010

E. Financial Capacity Analysis

6/14/2010

F. Environmental Justice Analysis

6/14/2010

G. Air Quality Analysis 6/14/2010
H. Public Participation Process 6/14/2010

 

The preparation of this report is financed in part with funding from United States Department of Transportation (USDOT), administered by the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) and the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT). The opinions, findings and conclusions expressed in this publication are those of the authors and not necessarily those of USDOT, KDOT and MoDOT.