plan update 2020
The Atlanta Region’s Plan is a long-range blueprint that details the investments that will be made over the next 30 years to ensure metro Atlanta’s future success and improve the region’s quality of life.
ARC and regional planning partners have prepared a draft update to the Atlanta Region’s Plan, which includes revised regional policies and transportation projects through 2050. More information, updated policies, and draft project lists are available below.
The official public review and comment period for the draft of the Atlanta Region’s Plan Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), draft FY 2020-2025 Atlanta Region Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), and the draft Conformity Determination Report (CDR) was available from November 11 to December 13, 2019. All public comments received as well as ARC responses will available in a public comment report which will be posted prior to ARC’s Transportation Coordinating Committee on 2/7/20.
To see what is in the current plan (approved in 2016), explore the currently adopted policies and projects.
Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) Approval Timeline:
11/11/19 – 12/13/19
Transportation & Air Quality Committee, 11/14/19 at 10:30 am, ARC’s Conference Center, 229 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta, GA 30303
- Transportation Coordinating Committee: 2/7/20
- Transportation Air Quality Committee: 2/13/20
- ARC Board: 2/26/20
All inquiries and requests for alternative formats of plan materials can be addressed to Melissa Roberts, Atlanta Regional Commission, via firstname.lastname@example.org or 470-378-1563.
JOIN US FOR A CONVERSATION ABOUT THE FUTURE!
Visit a Pop-Up Open House and give us your input!
ARC hosted a series of open houses throughout the region. While the open houses have past, information from the regional plan open houses is now available for review.
Host a Civic Dinner and give us your input!
Dig into a discussion about our region’s future with 5-10 people, over a meal. The host guide we provide makes it easy. Raise a glass to the future, whatever may come. Salud!
Play at urban planning and give us your input!
You’ll explore the big trends that a panel of national experts say will impact our future and make choices about where you think our region is headed. Based on your answers, you’ll navigate to one of four alternate 2050 scenarios.
Laugh with Dad's Garage and give us your input!
The teen improv group will perform a show later this year that dares to envision metro Atlanta in 2050, when these teens will squarely be in middle age. Sign up to be the first to know when tickets become available.
Explore more about the draft updated elements of the Atlanta Region’s Plan below. If you’d like to really peer into the future with ARC, you can also discover more about the key issues – or disruptors – most likely to drive change in the years to come.
REVIEW THE PLAN UPDATES
Timeline for TARP 2020 Update
Description of major plan elements, process, and history as part of January 10, 2019 policy committee briefing.
The Atlanta Region’s Plan Policy Framework
Adopted by the ARC Board, this framework set a vision and establishes policies to guide the various elements of The Region’s Plan.
Assets and Challenges Facing Our Region
In preparation for the RDP and the RTP, key assets and challenges facing the Atlanta Region have been identified.
Regional Development Guide
The Unified Growth Policy Map (UGPM) provides direction for future growth based on the Areas and Places within the region. The UGPM represents local plans as well as The Region’s Plan policies and forecasts. ARC is in the process of working with local communities to update this vision for future regional growth.
Regional Resource Plan
The Regional Resource Plan enhances the focus on protection or natural, cultural, and agricultural resources, while coordinating efforts to plan for their long-term stewardship.
Draft Transportation Plan Documentation
The Atlanta Region’s Plan 2050 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) draft documentation is now available for public review. This includes the summary plan and various technical appendices and reports. The RTP also includes the FY 2020-2025 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).