The MOVING TOGETHER 2050 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) is the defining vision for the region's transportation system and establishes long-term goals, objectives, and transportation priorities over the next 20+ years. The RTP is updated every 4 years to reflect new trends and priorities, incorporate new funding assumptions, and maintain compliance with Federal Regulations.
The MOVING TOGETHER 2050 RTP was adopted by the Transportation Policy Board (TPB) of the Memphis MPO on August 17, 2023. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Tennessee and Mississippi Divisions and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Region IV Office, in coordination with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region IV Office, have reviewed the Air Quality Conformity Determination(s) and found the documents conform to the 2008 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for Shelby and DeSoto Counties, as noted in the letters below.
MOVING TOGETHER 2050 RTP Main Report as adopted on 08.17.23 (for reference - updated version below)
Conformity Finding Approval Letter - Shelby County as adopted on 08.17.23
Conformity Finding Approval Letter - DeSoto County as adopted on 08.17.23
UPDATED 2050 RTP - Periodically, as needs and conditions change, it becomes necessary to revise the RTP. Major changes require public review and analysis of air quality impacts, while minor changes can be made administratively. Changes that are made to the 2050 RTP are included in the updated documents below.
Conformity Finding Approval Letter - Shelby County as amended on 11.16.23
Conformity Finding Approval Letter - DeSoto County as amended on 11.16.23
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