Destination 2030 Long Range Transportation Plan
Destination 2030 Amendment
INCOG has adopted an amendment to the Public Transportation Section actions of the Destination 2030 Long Range Transportation Plan in compliance with Federal Law related to transportation for elderly persons, low-income persons, and persons with disabilities. Click here to view the amendment or click here to view the full Public Transportation Element of the plan.
Final Destination 2030 Plan Adopted and Endorsed
The final the Destination 2030 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) was adopted by the Transportation Policy Committee at a public hearing on July 28, 2005, and endorsed by the INCOG Board of Directors at their regular meeting on August 11, 2005. The development of the LRTP began in September 2002 with a resident survey and has continued with over 75 public open house meetings, retreats, and other events. Nearly 2,000 residents and organization representatives have provided survey responses and other comments, not to mention the additional people who have been reached through INCOG’s website, emails and mailings. The adopted Destination 2030 documents are in the Final Plan section, maps are in the Maps section, and various documents used to develop the plan are included in the Support Documents section.
The Long Range Transportation Plan for the Tulsa Region
The Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) is a 25 year vision plan that anticipates the future transportation needs for the whole region and identifies recommendations for various modes such as roadways, bicycle, pedestrian, public transportation, and freight systems and how they interrelate with each other.
Public collaboration and input are indispensable to the process of developing the LRTP. The Destination 2030 web site was developed to keep the citizens informed on the planning process. If you have any comments or questions please submit them using the contact information below or in the left column of each web page.