Long Range Transportation Plan

LRTP Open House Flyer  

Background
OCTA updates the LRTP about every four years. The multi-modal projects and programs included are the basis for the Southern California Association of Governments’ Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). The LRTP provides a visionary blueprint for transportation improvements for Orange County and input into the development of the RTP.

The general goals of the LRTP are to assess the performance of the transportation system over a 20+ year horizon, and to identify the projects that best address the needs of the system based on expected population, housing and employment growth, while taking forecast financial assumptions into account at the same time. The LRTP will provide both a financially constrained plan, which takes into account funding limitations, and an unconstrained plan, which contains a vast array of potential improvements should additional funding sources become available. 
 


The focus of the LRTP, which looks out to the year 2035, will be on sustainability, specifically addressing the reduction of greenhouse gases from cars and trucks. Sustainability is related to the quality of life in a community -- whether the economic, social and environmental systems that make up the community are providing a healthy, productive, meaningful life for all community residents.

2014 LRTP
Outlook 2035: Because Mobility Matters

View the Draft Plan, Fact Sheet, Key Issues, Staff Report, Presentation and Open House flyer here:

 

 

 

 

 

 


2010 LRTP
Destination 2035: Moving Toward & Green Tomorrow

View the 2010 LRTP, executive summary and presentations here:

          

Kelley Jimenez

Project Contact

Kelley Jimenez
Strategic Communications Coordinator
(714) 560-5421
kjimenez@octa.net