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PLANS

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Missoula Connect:
Long Range Transportation Plan 

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Safety

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This plan lays out the community's vision for the bike and pedestrian components of the larger, multi‐modal transportation system, recommends new policies and designs and provides a list of proposed projects from which the MPO can draw in prioritizing federal aid transportation funding for bike and pedestrian infrastructure. It also provides policy and planning recommendations for an active transportation system that helps meet that community vision.

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The CTSP provides a detailed strategy to reduce and eliminate traffic fatalities and injuries for the Missoula area. Based primarily on crash data and community and stakeholder input, it outlines three major focus areas (intersection crashes, non-motorized users, and high-risk behavior) and associated strategies and action steps to focus on safety improvements over the next five years.

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This plan presents a strategy for providing a connected, safe, and accessible pedestrian network for users of all ages and abilities within the Missoula urban area. It includes a detailed assessment of Missoula’s existing pedestrian network and anticipated needs, as well as evaluation of project prioritization processes and funding recommendations. It also serves as an asset management plan for pedestrian facilities such as sidewalks, curb ramps, and crossing safety improvements.

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This plan lays out the community's vision for the bike and pedestrian components of the larger, multi‐modal transportation system, recommends new policies and designs and provides a list of proposed projects from which the MPO can draw in prioritizing federal aid transportation funding for bike and pedestrian infrastructure. It also provides policy and planning recommendations for an active transportation system that helps meet that community vision.

Corridor

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The City of Missoula and Missoula Metropolitan Planning Organization are looking for your feed back on the preferred design concept that was developed to address safety, vehicle access and operations, multi-modal connectivity, and continued economic growth. This design has trade-offs when compared to the existing Higgins corridor facilities, so your voice is important to make sure decisions reflect our community's priorities. 

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The East Missoula Highway 200 Corridor Plan addresses Highway 200 east of Missoula in three segments. The Corridor Plan Area encompasses over four-and-a-half miles of roadway that ranges from the urban East Broadway Segment to the “main street” of the East Missoula Segment to the rural Sha-Ron/ Zoning-Western Segment Marshall Segment. 

 

Community Corridor Vision

East Missoula Road Safety Audit

View Plan Appendices

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The purpose of this project was to understand Missoulians' lived experience of Reserve Street and what they believe would improve their experience. The project also intended to create a process for dialogue between members of the community and transportation staff to facilitate increased awareness of ongoing efforts, responsibility, and planning. The information gathered during this project can be used as a reference for transportation planners as they undertake future projects that include Reserve Street.

Missoula Area Planning Documents

Click on the links below to view plans and resources from the MPO and other community partners.  Please contact us if you have any issues viewing the links.

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