Learn about the Regional Transportation Plan, the Portland metropolitan area's blueprint for a multi-modal transportation system.
Proposed changes to the RTP project list include projects in Washington County, Hillsboro, Beaverton, Portland, East Multnomah County and Oregon Department of Transportation projects along Interstate 205 and Interstate 5.
The region’s transportation system is vital to our economy, our community and our lives. The Regional Transportation Plan is the blueprint that guides investments in the region’s transportation system to reduce congestion, build new sidewalks and bicycle facilities, improve transit service and access to transit and maintain freight access.
One way the region implements the RTP is by investing in transportation projects. As an MPO, Metro convenes a regional discussion and decision on how best to invest regional flexible funds. More
Learn about the program to guide regional high capacity transit capital investments by evaluating and prioritizing transportation corridors for potential new projects and extensions to existing lines...More
The Regional Freight Plan will present policies and strategies for moving freight that complement the region's multi-modal transportation system and support regional land use goals.. More
Transportation system management and operations strategies provide money saving multimodal solutions that relieve congestion, optimize infrastructure investments, promote travel options, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions...More
Discover how the Mobility Corridors Atlas visually presents land use and transportation data for the region’s major travel corridors to help local transportation planners and policymakers develop strategies that improve mobility...More
Leaders from across the region adopted the 2035 Regional Transportation Plan in 2010, setting the direction for creating an innovative, sustainable transportation system. Learn how local transportation system plans will help bring about that vision...More
Find out how Metro and partners across the region are working to complete the regional active transportation network...More
While the plan recognizes that most travel in the region will continue to be by auto, alternatives to driving alone, such as transit, walking and bicycling, are also recognized as important. The RTP provides a vision for new ways to get around, such as commuter rail and vanpools, and includes telecommuting, ridesharing and other programs designed to reduce demand on the transportation system. The policies focus on ensuring that all layers of the region's transportation system work together in the most effective way possible, including the efficient management of the overall system. In addition, the policies recognize the importance of the movement of goods and services to our regional economy.