Long-Range Transportation planning
"Long-range transportation planning" is defined as transportation planning activities that have a horizon year of at least 20 years into the future. The main example of long-range transportation planning is development and updating of the Sheboygan Area Transportation Plan (SATP), which currently has a horizon year of 2045. Many of the technical activities that support SATP development are also considered long-range transportation planning activities; these include travel demand forecast modeling inputs, air quality conformity analyses, and other activities. Other long-range transportation planning activities include aligning the SATP with USDOT performance management rules and working with WisDOT on the development of statewide transportation plans.
For more information, please contact:
Jeffrey Agee-Aguayo, Transportation Planner
Phone: (920) 448-2820, Ext. 103