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DOCUMENTS & RESOURCES

2050 MTP documents, materials and resources will be posted here throughout the process. Documents available for public review will be shared at the top. 

Thank you for your interest and participation in the AMATS 2050 MTP!

The Draft Performance Measures and Draft Project Prioritization Criteria were available for public review and comment March 1st - 31st. The Project Team is reviewing your feedback and making changes to the drafts accordingly. Updated Performance Measures and Project Prioritization Criteria, along with a public comment response summary, will be posted here when available.
 

The Public Review Period for the Draft 2050 MTP Goals & Objectives was open December 1 - 30, 2021. The 2050 MTP Goals & Objectives have been updated based on your feedback - review them here.

Click the image below to view a graphic summary! You may also view the detailed Comment Response Summary here. 

 

 

 

 

 

Please see our Participate page for a schedule of opportunities to engage & check back as we move forward in the MTP development process!  

Looking for opportunities ahead of public comment periods and workshops? All AMATS Committee meetings are open to the public. Click here for more information on past and upcoming meetings. 

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2050 MTP DOCUMENTS

As documents become available, they will be posted here in chronological order. Drafts presented to the AMATS Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) and Policy Committee (PC) will be noted as such.

MTP RESOURCES

  • MTP 101 Guide
    Unsure what an MTP is or what goes into this important planning process? Check out the MTP 101 Guide developed during the previous MTP effort. 
     

  • 2040 MTP Project Website
    Explore AMATS's 2040 MTP 

  • AMATS Public Participation Plan
    It is an AMATS policy to support and encourage early, continuous public participation and input to the planning process and to adhere to the principles of Environmental Justice and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act as part of the metropolitan 3-C "continuing, comprehensive, and cooperative" planning process for transportation systems and facilities.