Statewide Long Range Transportation Plan
Guiding Transportation Development for Alaska's Future
DOT&PF Strategic Plan - Office of the Commissioner
Mission Statement: "Keep Alaska Moving through service and infrastructure."
Statewide Long Range Transportation Policy Plan Update
This plan embodies the long-range vision, policies and objectives that will guide Alaska’s transportation development during the upcoming 20-year period. It is required by federal regulation (23CFR450.216) and draws its authority from Alaska Statute 44.42.050. The current Statewide Long-Range Transportation Policy Plan is called: Let's Keep Moving 2036, and was approved December, 2016. It superceded the previous plan Let's Get Moving 2030.
Area/Regional Transportation Plans
These are regional, multi-modal transportation plans developed for specific areas of the state, designed to address movement between communities in the region, and from the region to points beyond. Each of these plans incorporates economic modeling to evaluate potential projects and prioritize them to best meet state and regional goals. Within the Area/Regional Transportation Plans Category, we also have Metropolitan Transportation Plans. These are fiscally-constrained plans unique to the state's metropolitan planning areas and required by federal regulation 23CFR450.322. They include both long and short range strategies and actions that lead to an integrated multimodal transportation system to facilitate the safe and efficient movement of people and goods in addressing current and future transportation demands.
Modal/System Transportation Plans
These are statewide plans that address system needs and structure of a mode or subset of the overall transportation system. System plans help identify system-wide issues, goals, objectives, standards, and processes. Examples include the Alaska Aviation System Plan, Alaska State Rail Plan, Alaska Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan, and the Alaska Strategic Highway Safety Plan.
Other Plans related to Transportation
Alaska DOT&PF works with other government agencies and communities to develop and update long range plans. This website will link to other plans that may have an impact on transportation in Alaska.
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