What Moves You Arizona: Long-Range Transportation Plan: 2010–2035
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What Moves You Arizona: Long-Range Transportation Plan: 2010–2035

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      What moves you Arizona : a transportation plan for 2035, A transportation plan for 2035, Arizona's long-range transportation plan
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      What Moves You Arizona is the Arizona Department of Transportation’s (ADOT) Long-Range Transportation Plan (LRTP). The LRTP, or “Plan,” defines visionary, yet pragmatic, investment choices Arizona will make over the next 25 years to maintain and improve its multimodal transportation system. The Plan is not rigid or fixed. It is part of a continuous process of planning, implementation, operation, and preservation and will evolve over time to reflect and be responsive to future changes in needs, resources, and priorities. The Plan: Provides strategic direction to guide future investments in transportation -- it does not identify a specific list of projects for implementation; Documents existing conditions with an eye toward future trends that could influence both system performance and investment needs, as developed for the Plan’s Transportation in Arizona (TIA) Report (May 2010) http://www.whatmovesyouarizona.gov/PDF/TIA_ExecSum_0610.pdf; Defines State transportation system goals, objectives and performance measures that reflect input from Arizona’s stakeholders and transportation planning partners; Incorporates the comprehensive land use and 2050 vision developed in Building a Quality Arizona (bqAZ) as a framework for the State’s desired future; Recognizes that ADOT’s role is evolving from a traditional highway agency toward a more multimodal transportation department; Assesses future needs and anticipated revenues for the State’s multimodal transportation network; Considers an array of outcome-based programmatic investment choices to illustrate likely future system performance under different investment mixes; Establishes ADOT’S preferred Recommended Investment Choice (RIC), which provides the Department with a capital investment strategy through 2035 while Arizona DOT faces a daunting challenge: prioritizing nearly $89 billion of transportation needs over the next 25 years with only $26 billion of expected revenue. Despite this, ADOT is moving toward becoming a multimodal transportation agency by committing increased funding to non-highway modes, providing expanded travel choice. ADOT has used a combination of technical information and public input to develop a fiscally-constrained Long-Range Transportation Plan Recommended Investment Choice that emphasizes infrastructure preservation and modernization while addressing system expansion, and travel choice needs. “What Moves You Arizona” is the State’s new Long-Range Transportation Plan – it advances the bqAZ vision by defining a preferred investment strategy. Page 2 Final Report meeting federal and State requirements for long-range statewide transportation planning; Is fiscally constrained – the RIC at baseline includes no new taxes and applies realistic, conservative revenue growth rates coupled with modest assumptions about inflation; and Focuses on implementation, not only through the development of the RIC, but also by acknowledging needed changes to mid- and long-range policies, planning and programming linkages, and interagency partnerships. This Plan is strategic in nature, examining investment types for ADOT’s capital program; it does not examine nor recommend any specific projects.
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