Transportation and Mobility Master Plan (TMMP)
What is the Transportation and Mobility Master Plan?
The Transportation and Mobility Master Plan (TMMP) is the City’s long-range plan for travel and mobility, guiding future development of transportation-related infrastructure. The TMMP was adopted by City Council on April 26, 2022. The final version of the adopted Transportation and Mobility Master Plan with the Resolution of approval will be added to the links on the right side of this page soon.
The TMMP replaces the City's former 2009 Transportation Master Plan which was adopted on September 8, 2009 with the Colorado Department of Transportation's "I-25 and Highway 7 Planning, Environmental and Linkages" studies incorporated by City Council Resolution on March 29, 2016. For historical reference, the superseded 2009 Transportation Master Plan can be viewed on the links on the right side of this page.
What are the vision and goals of the Plan?
vision is a transportation network and mobility plan that expands transportation options to enable a resident to access all areas of Thornton in a timely manner without using a private vehicle. Thornton desires a holistic multimodal and mobility view, approach and evaluation of current and future transportation needs.
goal of the Plan is to provide an interconnected multimodal transportation network and mobility plan for all people to access goods, services, residences, and employment and accommodates safely moving people, goods, and services using a variety of modes that includes vehicle, bicycle, pedestrian, bus, shuttle, and passenger rail based on the future land use projections and overall vision for the City.
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