HRTPO has recently released the latest version of the State of Transportation report. The State of Transportation report details the current status of all facets of the transportation system in Hampton Roads, including air, rail, water, and highways. Many aspects of the highway system are highlighted, including roadway usage, pavement condition, bridge conditions, costs of congestion, commuting characteristics, roadway safety, truck data, transit usage, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, highway funding, and operations.
The State of Transportation report is produced every two years as part of the region’s Congestion Management Process (CMP), which is an ongoing program that identifies, develops, evaluates, and implements transportation strategies to enhance mobility regionwide. The State of Transportation draft report is available for public review and comment from December 1, 2010 through December 15, 2010. You may access the draft Hampton Roads State of Transportation report by clicking on the following link:
All interested parties are encouraged to review the draft report and send comments to Keith Nichols, at firstname.lastname@example.org, by December 15th.