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City of Colorado Springs / Traffic Engineering / Transportation Planning / Projects, Studies and Plans / Intermodal Transportation Plan

Intermodal Transportation Plan

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The City of Colorado Springs Intermodal Transportation Plan (ITP) is part of a continuing effort to enhance the transportation system for the City of Colorado Springs and to develop a comprehensive approach to transportation planning and was adopted by City Council On April 10, 2001. The ITP is a compilation and update of existing facilities master plans - the Major Thoroughfare Plan, the Truck Route Plan, the Transit Plan, and the Bicycle Plan, and is a plan for travel demand management (TDM) programs and pedestrian facilities. By bringing these plans together under a common set of goals and objectives, and by integrating citizen involvement and land use implications, the ITP forms a new comprehensive foundation upon which City transportation agencies will function.

The ITP is divided into several sections. Sections 1 through 3 contain an introduction to the plan, an exploration of key trends and public sentiment affecting transportation planning and a statement of goals and objectives for the ITP. Sections 4 through 9 separately address each of five transportation modes - roadways, freight, transportation demand management, transit, bicycles, and pedestrians. Sections 10 and 11 discuss the implications of land use decisions on the transportation system and the specifics of implementing the ITP.

The ITP includes a series of maps that illustrate points made in the text and specify the classification and use of roadways, trails, and other transportation facilities in the City. These maps are attached as a separate document in the ITP Document Library. 

Since 2001, several amendments to the ITP have been adopted and are also included in this document library.

Updated Intermodal Transportation Plan Map  http://www.springsgov.com/Files/ITPMap9.pdf