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  1. ARC Board Meeting March 26, 2014 The regional plan:plan 2040 Update

  2. What is PLAN 2040? • Region’s plan to accommodate economic and population growth over the next 30 years: • Section 1: State-required long-term Regional Development Plan • Section 2: Federally required long-range Regional Transportation Plan

  3. Section 1:Regional Agenda update and transmittal OF Draft Work Program

  4. Unified Growth Policy Map (UGPM)

  5. PLAN 2040 Work Program Update

  6. Pursuing Regional Priorities…Key Accomplishments FY14 • Created Regional Economic Committees • Launched Atlanta Aerotropolis Alliance • Completed RTP Update and supported implementation of projects. • Undertook key actions to further TOD

  7. Section 2:PLAN 2040 regional transportation plan update

  8. 1 Investing for Future Prosperity 2 3 Manage Demand on the System Strategically Expand the System Transit General Roadway Capacity Preserve and Operate the Existing System Managed Lanes $

  9. Examples of What to Expect in the Near Future… Over $600 million of federal and state funds invested in repaving roads and keeping bridges safe New toll lanes on I-75 and I-575 in Cobb County and Cherokee County; I-75 in Henry County; and I-85 in Gwinnett County Programs to make streets safer for pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists Diverging diamond interchanges at: 1) Windy Hill Road and I-75 and 2) Camp Creek Parkway and I-285

  10. Emphasizing Project Delivery in the Regional Transportation Plan… • Creating a Project Delivery Task Force • Emphasizing Improving Project Implementation Rates • GDOT, GRTA, TAQC/TCC Reps., MARTA, USDOT and Local Municipalities: • September: Report to the TAQC on the major barriers to successful project implementation • November: Document options to TAQC to improve processes

  11. For Additional Information: Jane Hayse Director Center for Livable Communities jhayse@atlantaregional.com 404.463.3250 Dan Reuter - Community Development Division dreuter@atlantaregional.com (404.463.3305) John Orr - Transportation Access and Mobility Division jorr@atlantaregional.com (404.463.3265)