GO TO 2040 Appendices
GO TO 2040 Public Engagement
Public participation has been a consistent emphasis of GO TO 2040, and at key intersections throughout the process, CMAP reached out to the public for input. Documentation includes CMAP's Public Participation Plan, the Regional Vision process, and the "Invent the Future" process related to GO TO 2040's preferred scenario.
Forty-seven strategy papers on various topics were researched and produced during the development of the GO TO 2040 regional comprehensive plan. Documentation includes summaries, full interactive reports, PDF documents, and related information.
Regional Snapshot Reports
As part of the GO TO 2040 planning process, CMAP produced a series of Regional Snapshot reports. These studies depict where the region stands in measurable terms, regarding fundamental issues that will shape our communities in years to come.
Major Capital Projects
Major Transportation capital projects to support the preferred scenario of GO TO 2040 were documented and evaluated. Documentation includes a summary of proposed projects, evaluation measures utilized, and other elements.
Financial Plan for Transportation
GO TO 2040 includes a constrained financial plan for its Transportation elements. Federal planning regulations require such a plan in order to compare the estimated revenue from existing and proposed funding sources with the estimated costs of constructing, maintaining and operating the total Transportation system.
Socioeconomic Validation and Forecasting Method
This document serves as a primer on the methods used to develop datasets representing population and employment for long range plan strategy analyses and preferred scenario modeling. More information can be found on our Population Forecast page.
Air Quality Conformity Analysis
CMAP finds that GO TO 2040 conforms with federal regulations related to the 8-hour ozone standard and the annual fine particulate matter (PM2.5) standard based on the results of the conformity analysis. This report makes the determination that the region's Transportation plan and program satisfy all applicable criteria and procedures in the conformity regulations.;
Travel Model Documentation
The travel demand models, and emission calculations that depend on the models' travel forecasts, are the technical core of the conformity evaluations of the region's Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). The purpose of this report is to document the travel demand modeling process used in the conformity analysis.