Metropolitan Kansas City's
Long-Range Transportation Plan

Adopted Plan Documents

Transportation Outlook 2040 is Greater Kansas City's metropolitan transportation plan that will guide an estimated $33.1 billion in multimodal investments in the bistate region over the next 25 years. For nearly two years, MARC committees and staff worked with local government planners, elected officials, regional stakeholders and the public to update the plan.

The MARC Board of Directors adopted the Transportation Outlook 2040 update on June 23, 2015.

This plan update:

Plan chapters:

Updated

1.0 Executive Summary

6/23/2015

2.0 Policy Framework

6/23/2015

3.0 Performance Measures

6/23/2015

4.0 Streets and Highways

6/23/2015

5.0 Public Transportation

6/23/2015

6.0 Active Transportation

6/23/2015

7.0 Transportation Management

6/23/2015

8.0 Land Use, Centers and Corridors

6/23/2015

9.0 Goods Movement

6/23/2015

10.0 Environmental Integration

6/23/2015

11.0 Air Quality

6/23/2015

12.0 Safety

6/23/2015

13.0 Security

6/23/2015

14.0 Equity

6/23/2015

15.0 Public Health

6/23/2015

16.0 Intercity Travel

6/23/2015

17.0 Aviation

6/23/2015

 

Appendices

Updated

A. Federal Planning Factors

6/23/2015

B. Land Use and Traffic Forecast Methodologies

6/23/2015

C. Project Solicitation and Evaluation

6/23/2015

D. Project Listings

6/23/2015

E. Financial Capacity

6/23/2015

F. Performance Measures Report

6/23/2015

G. Public Participation 6/23/2015

H. Programming Policy Statement

6/23/2015

J. Environmental Justice Analysis

6/23/2015

 

Amendments

Amendments to the plan


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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.