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Tennessee long-range transportation plan : goals, objectives, and policies
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    The mission of the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) is to plan, implement, maintain, and manage an integrated transportation system for the movement of people and products, with emphasis on quality, safety, efficiency, and the environment. Like many transportation agencies of the 21st century, TDOT faces the challenges of a complex enterprise that embraces a diversity of stakeholders, focuses on systemic improvement as well as individual project completion, and strives to serve the millions of people who use the system daily. Specifically, population growth, land use and development patterns, economic expansion, and environmental and energy issues will all contribute to a major increase in the demand for varied transportation services in Tennessee. Based on these trends, TDOT’s main challenge will be to maintain and preserve the existing transportation system while implementing system improvements to serve growing needs. TDOT has therefore commissioned the development of a Long-Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) that will outline a 25-year transportation vision for the state. This long-range vision will be linked to a 10-year plan for strategic transportation programs and investments and an annually updated 3-year program of specific transportation projects. The LRTP analyzes the state’s existing and future transportation needs at a statewide multimodal level. The assessment includes all modes of transportation: highway, rail, public transportation, ports and waterways, aviation, bicycle, and pedestrian. /Abstract from report, p. i/

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