The 2045 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) provides a long-range vision for the North Front Range regional transportation system and guides the implementation of multimodal transportation improvements, policies, and programs in the region.
With a projected population increase of 88 percent from 2015 to 2045, the North Front Range region is rapidly growing and requires strategic transportation investments to maintain a vibrant economy. The 2045 RTP is a federally mandated plan that helps prepare for the future through corridor visioning which captures current and future transportation characteristics of significant corridors for all travel modes and identifies a fiscally-constrained corridor plan.
The 2045 RTP was adopted by the North Front Range Transportation & Air Quality Planning Council (NFRT&AQPC) on September 5, 2019.
See the links below for the complete document, individual chapters, and the 4-page summary brochure.
2045 Regional Transportation Plan – Complete Document
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2, Section 1: NFRMPO System
Chapter 2, Section 2: Socio-Economic Profile
Chapter 2, Section 3: Performance-Based Planning
Chapter 2, Section 4: Environmental Profile
Chapter 2, Section 5: Safety and Resiliency
Chapter 3, Section 1: Technology
Chapter 3, Section 2: Vision Plans
Chapter 3, Section 3: 2045 Forecast and Scenarios
Chapter 3, Section 4: Fiscally Constrained Plan
Chapter 3, Section 5: Plan Projects
Chapter 4: Public Outreach
Chapter 5: Implementation
Appendix A: Air Quality Conformity
Appendix B: Unconstrained Plan Projects
Appendix C: 2019 System Performance Report
A copy of the Plan is also available at the NFRMPO offices located at:
419 Canyon Avenue, Suite 300
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
Anyone needing special accommodations to access the content of the Plan should contact Becky Karasko at email@example.com.
Project contact: Becky Karasko, AICP — (970) 289-8281, firstname.lastname@example.org