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The plan will be developed in two phases and will result in the production of two companion documents: the VTrans2040 Vision and the VTrans2040 Multimodal Transportation Plan. VTrans2040 will identify multimodal needs across the Commonwealth. Moving forward, only projects that help address a need identified in VTrans2040 will be considered for funding under the statewide prioritization process from House Bill 2. VTrans Vision Adopted by CTB Dec. The VTrans2040 Vision will lay out Virginia’s Guiding Principles, Vision, Goals, and Objectives in a policy framework to guide partner agency investment decisions over the next 25 years. On May 16th, 2016, the OIPI team held Regional Forums at six locations across the Commonwealth with regional and local planners to review summarized needs, discuss prioritizing needs, and highlight approaches to develop recommendations. On June 21st, 2016, the OIPI team held an informational webinar for stakeholders to walk through the progress made to date on VTrans Needs Synthesis process, the next steps including prioritizing needs and recommendations, and as an opportunity for an open question and answer period with the webinar participants.
Needs Assessment Development: In the second phase, OIPI will identify performance targets, priorities, and projects that can help advance the VTrans2040 Vision. The foundation for this phase of VTrans will be the policies established in the Vision document and a multimodal needs analysis that rethinks how we measure and establish multimodal solutions. The goal of all public involvement efforts is to engage stakeholders and citizens proactively in meaningful ways that will enhance and foster a sense of ownership of VTrans2040. VTrans2040 Vision and Multimodal Transportation Plan. It includes representatives of agencies that will be closely involved in implementing VTrans2040.
Foster buy-in and consensus among partner agencies and organizations that play an active role in implementing VTrans2040 policies and recommendations. The VFTTC assists with the freight-specific elements of planning efforts OIPI undertakes. The VFTTC is comprised of members from the Commonwealth’s transportation agencies, private sector freight users, and other invited individuals. VFTTC is responsible for assisting with freight planning and technical review of freight elements. They make recommendations on policies that facilitate supporting the movement of freight in the Commonwealth.
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