The long range transportation plan (LRTP) is a strategic document for the Pikes Peak region that identifies current and future transportation needs and outlines transportation investments over the next 25 years. The next long range transportation plan (LRTP), the 2050 Pikes Peak Area Regional Transportation Plan, is scheduled for adoption in January 2025. However, the development of the LRTP is a multiyear process that includes many subplans and elements.

For more information about the LRTP, contact Danelle Miller at

Long Range Transportation Plan Survey

The Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments is asking the public to provide input on the regional transportation system, including motor vehicle, transit, bicycle and pedestrian travel. By taking this short survey, individuals can help planners better understand regional transportation preferences to inform the 2050 Long Range Transportation Plan. The survey is available in both English and Spanish and in digital and hard copy formats.

The public survey is available August 3 through September 7, 2023. It is available online at copy versions are also available.

La encuesta pública estará disponible desde el 3 de agosto hasta el 7 de septiembre de 2023. Puedes acceder a ella en línea enén hay versiones impresas disponibles.

Component Plans and Studies

There are several component plans and studies that feed into the LRTP. These include the Congestion Management Process, Regional Freight Study, Active (Bicycle/Pedestrian/Nonmotorized) Transportation Plan, Regional Transit Plan, Specialized Human Services Plan and plans and studies conducted by the local towns, cities, and counties included in the region,

The Congestion Management Process outlines a regional approach for congestion that provides a range of management strategies that meet state and local needs. It was approved by the PPACG Board of Directors in December 2022. Other component plans are in progress.

PPACG-developed documents may be made available in alternative formats or languages upon request.