Indiana DOT Long-Range Transportation Plan

Indiana DOT Long-Range Transportation Plan

This plan sets Indiana's long-term goals and establishes transportation asset performance measures to track and meet current and future demands. Its primary purpose is to ensure the state's transportation system will meet the system needs in 2045, and it achieves this by constructing policy plans to guide development over the next 20-plus years. The plan aligns with Indiana DOT's goals of safe and secure travel, system preservation, economic vitality, multimodal mobility, environmental responsibility, new technology, and strategic policy actions.

LRTP Performance Measures:
  • Fatality and Serious Injury
  • Pavement and Bridge Condition
  • Reliability
  • Delay and Congestion
  • non-SOV
  • Emissions

Resource Types: Plan
Management Processes: Strategic Direction

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Related Sites
TPM Portal