About the Plan
The Long Range Intermodal Transportation Plan (LRITP) is a policy context that addresses transportation issues in Arkansas for the next 25 years and is the State’s first performance-based plan. Through an extensive public and stakeholder involvement process, the plan sets a strategic direction on the future of our transportation system and the level of transportation investments required. The long range planning process provided an opportunity to take a big-picture look at the goals for the transportation system over a long term horizon...
Over the past 18 months, our staff updated the Statewide Long Range Intermodal Transportation Plan to create a performance-based blueprint for the future of transportation in Arkansas. Thousands of citizens were involved in the development of the Plan goal, objectives, and implementation strategies. The Plan examines all aspects of the Arkansas' intermodal transportation system including highways, bridges, public transportation, rail, bicycle, pedestrian, ports and waterways, and aviation. On July 26, 2017, the Arkansas State Highway Commission adopted Arkansas Long Range Intermodal Transportation Plan.
Round 1 Public Meeting Materials:
- Public Meeting Presentation
- Public Meeting Handout
- Arkansas by the Numbers
- Goals Display Board
- Transportation Priorities Display Board
- Performance Measures Display Board
Stakeholder Meeting Materials: