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Connections 2045 Amendment
Product No.: 20016
Date Published: 7/2020
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Geographic Area Covered: The nine-county DVRPC region, which covers the counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia in Pennsylvania; and Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Mercer counties in New Jersey.
Abstract: This document amends the Connections 2045 Plan for Greater Philadelphia to reflect shifts in federal and state funding to the Pennsylvania portion of the DVRPC region and incorporate federal Transportation Performance Management (TPM} requirements. The amended financial plan addresses the new revenue projections, updates the cost, timing, and scope of major regional projects in the Long-Range Plan. TPM requires MPOs, DOTs, and Transit Agencies to track indicators and set performance targets for transportation safety, infrastructure and asset conditions, and system performance. The Plan must also include a discussion of how it will help to meet the TPM targets.
Key Words: Long-Range Plan, Greater Philadelphia, financial plan, transportation needs, vision, funding gap, funding options, multimodal, major regional projects, MPO, implementation, transportation, transportation performance management, performance targets, amendment, Performance-based Planning and Programming, performance measures, roadway safety, pavement condition, bridge condition, CMAQ, congestion, emissions, freight, asset management, transit asset condition, transit safety, TPM.
- Brett Fusco Manager, Office of Long-Range Planning
- Jackie N Davis Assistant Manager
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