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Plans & Studies
policies to guide investments in the Kansas City region's multimodal transportation
system. We develop the following planning documents:
|PROGRAM OR PLAN
| 30 years
| 5 years
Unified Planning Work Program
Business Enterprise Program
| 3 years
The long-range transportation plan, Transportation Outlook 2040, serves as a blueprint for managing, operating and investing in a transportation system over a period of several decades.
The Transportation Improvement Program puts the long-range plan into action by budgeting federal, state and local funds for major transportation investments that support the region's vision and are planned to happen over the next five years.
Planning Work Program
The Unified Planning Work Program describes the transportation-planning
activities MARC and other agencies plan to undertake during a fiscal year.
Business Enterprise Program
We ensures that
disadvantaged businesses have an equal opportunity to receive and participate in U.S. Department of Transportation-assisted
The Public Participation Plan describes our policy on involving the
public in the transportation-planning process.
MARC conducts special studies to better understand transportation
in the Kansas City region. These studies focus
on issues such as congested corridors, problematic interchanges and
future transit possibilities.
Intelligent Transportation Systems are networks of
computers, electronics, communication technologies and management strategies
that improve the safety and efficiency of the surface transportation
- Congestion Management Process
Our Congestion Management Process helps manage traffic congestion and provides information on transportation system performance.
- Coordinated Public Transit–Human Services Transportation Plan
This plan outlines how transit agencies, social service agencies, municipalities and other transportation providers can work together to improve mobility for people with special transportation needs.
- Regional Airport System Plan
The Regional Airports System Plan helps maintain an inventory of aviation facilities and operations, develops aviation activity forecasts, evaluates the capacity of airports to meet future needs, and identifies capital improvement recommendations for aviation facilities to the Federal Aviation Administration.
- Title VI Program
Our Title VI Program ensures that no person is excluded from participation in, denied the benefit of, or subjected to discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin under programs that receive federal funding.
- Limited English Proficiency Plan
We take steps to ensure meaningful access to our programs and activities by individuals who do not speak English as their primary language, and who have a limited ability to read, speak, write, or understand English. These individuals may be entitled to language assistance.