Flint Hills Transportation Plan

The Flint Hills Transportation Plan is the region's first long-range transportation plan that evaluates the issues, needs, and potential projects for all modes of transportation, including; automobiles, bicycles, pedestrians, transit and freight. At the end of the two year process, a list of regionally significant projects to be implemented over the next 25 years will be identified. This project list might include projects such as upgrading existing infrastructure, identifying new roadways or trail systems, or new transit routes.

Adopted Plan

February 17, 2016

Modeled Future Projects and Level of Service

Public Involvement

September Open House


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FHTP Summary

The travel demand model is a computer-based tool used to determine the future volumes and capacities of roadways throughout the region. Click here to read more about what the TDM is and how it is used.

Flint Hills

Metropolitan Planning Organization

The Flint Hills MPO provides a regional forum to coordinate, encourage, and promote a safe, efficient, affordable, and integrated transportation system for all users; in support of livable communities and economic competitiveness.

(785) 845-9050

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