The Transportation Facilities Plan is the city’s 12-year, intermediate-range, transportation planning document. It includes high-priority projects from long-range plans (such as the Downtown Transportation Plan Update, the Transit Master Plan and the Pedestrian-Bicycle Implementation Plan) and projects that address emerging needs and opportunities.
2022-2033 TFP update documents
In September 2020, the city started the process to update the TFP. Staff are working with the Transportation Commission to identify candidate projects, establish criteria for project evaluation/prioritization and develop a prioritized list of recommended projects. To read Transportation Commission memos regarding the 2022-2033 TFP, go to the agenda page. Below are links to the presentations from Commission meetings.
- Presentation: TFP Budget, score-ranking for candidate intersection projects, next steps (Jan. 14, 2021)
- Presentation: TFP outreach, budget survey, timeline, next steps (Dec. 10, 2020)
- Presentation: Preliminary candidate project list, roadway/intersection project evaluation, timeline, next steps (Nov. 12, 2020)
- Presentation: TFP purpose/background, preliminary candidate project list, evaluation, public outreach, timeline, next steps (Oct. 8, 2020)
- Presentation: TFP purpose/background, status of current TFP projects, revenue, timeline, next steps (Sept. 10, 2020)
2019-2030 TFP resources
- 2019-2030 Transportation Facilities Plan (Final, July 2019)
- Addendum to final SEIS (July 2019)
- Final SEIS (Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement, June 2019)
- Draft SEIS (Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement, March 2019)
Previous TFP Resources
- 2016-2027 Transportation Facilities Plan (Dec. 2015)
- 2013-2024 TFP Addendum to Final EIS (Oct. 2015)
- 2013-2024 TFP Addendum to Final EIS (Aug. 2013)
- 2013-2024 Transportation Facilities Plan Final EIS (July 2013)
Background on TFP
Typically updated every two to three years, the Transportation Facilities Plan is a "financially constrained" plan; the identified cost of the projects in the TFP must be balanced with the city’s transportation revenue projections for the 12-year plan period. Some projects listed in the TFP include funding allocations for initial development or partial implementation only. The TFP:
- Provides the first level of project prioritization necessary to identify projects for funding in the adopted, seven-year Capital Investment Program (CIP) Plan.
- Serves as the basis for the city’s Impact Fee Program. Roadway and intersection capacity projects adopted in the TFP are used to calculate impact fees charged for new developments. The impact fees cover a portion of the costs to increase transportation system capacity needed to serve the demand generated by new developments (information on impact fees).
- Includes an environmental review in conjunction with each update. The review considers potential, cumulative impacts to the city's transportation system and other aspects of the environment that may occur during the 12 years covered by the plan.
- Neighborhood News (Dec. 2020)