St. Lucie TPO 2045

Long Range Transportation Plan

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What is an LRTP?

  • The Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) 2045 describes how St. Lucie County’s multimodal transportation system will evolve over the next 25 years.
  • The St. Lucie Transportation Planning Organization (TP0) is required by federal law to review and update its transportation plan every five (5) years.
  • The St. Lucie 2040 LRTP, referred to as Go2040, was adopted by the TPO Governing Board in February 2016.

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Why is it important to do a long range plan?

  • Creates a vision, develops goals and objectives, identifies needs and financial resources, and provides a cost feasible plan for transportation.
  • Shapes the future of transportation investment in the County.
  • Sets the vision for transportation for all modes of travel throughout the County.
  • Ifluences projects included in the 5-year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).

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What types of projects are included in an LRTP?

  • Non-motorized facility networks (bicycle facilities, sidewalks, and shared-use paths).
  • Transit services and facilities.
  • Major roadway improvements and new interchanges.
  • Freight capacity projects (roadway, railways, seaport, and airport facilities).

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What is the difference between a Needs Plan and Cost Feasible Plan?

  • The Needs Plan provides a summary of potential transportation projects that addresses gaps in the system and community needs.
  • The Cost Feasible Plan is a list of prioritized projects from the Needs Plan, which is impacted by anticipated funds throughout the 25-year planning range.


How can I provide input?

  • Throughout the development of the 2045 LRTP, there will be four pop-up outreach events, five focus groups, three workshops, and numerous TPO committee and Board meetings where the LRTP will be discussed.
  • An online community survey will be posted on the website.

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Go2040 Long Range Transportation Plan

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Go2040 Long Range Regional Transportation Plan