El Plan CAMPO 2045 es un plan regional de largo alcance centrado en las necesidades de transporte para los próximos 20 años. El Plan 2045 incluye muchos tipos de viaje - caminos, caminatas, andar en bicicleta, tránsito, y otras tecnologías emergentes para reducir y hacer más eficiente el viaje. El Plan 2045 considera la diversidad del Área de la Capital y planifica las necesidades de las zonas urbanas, suburbanas y rurales.


El Plan 2045, conocido como el Plan Regional de Transporte, o RTP, se utiliza para fijar las prioridades regionales de transporte para un período de cinco años. Como las necesidades de la región cambian constantemente, los proyectos de la RTP pueden ser modificadas dos veces al año para actualizar las fuentes de financiación, las descripciones de los proyectos e incluso añadir o eliminar proyectos.   


What is the 2045 Plan?

The 2045 Plan includes ideas and recommendations from studies done for various transportation modes, a list of projects that can reasonably be funded and completed in the next 25 years, and projects that are needed but can’t be funded at this time.

How are projects chosen for the 2045 Plan?

Project sponsors such as local governments and transportation agencies such as TxDOT, Capital Metro, and others submit project to be included in the Plan. Project sponsors are responsible for finding funding, getting public input, designing, and ultimately constructing and maintaining a project. Project sponsors can only submit projects that are within their jurisdiction. After a project sponsor submits a project, it is evaluated, scored, presented to the public for comment, and finally considered by CAMPO’s Transportation Policy Board for inclusion in the Plan.

How are projects in the 2045 Plan paid for?

Projects in the 2045 Plan can include a variety of funding sources – local, state, federal, and sometimes even private dollars. The Plan includes projects that can reasonably be paid for in the next 25 years as well as a list of additional projects.

A calculation of local, state, and federal funding for the area is done so CAMPO’s Transportation Policy Board can budget and prioritize the projects included in what’s called the fiscally constrained project list. Projects that are still needed but aren’t expected to be funded with the projected 25-year budget are listed in what’s called the Illustrative Project List in case additional funding becomes available.


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