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Long Range Plan

ECTC Longe Range Transportation Plan

The Federal Government requires ECTC to update its 20-year transportation plan every five years. The LRTP must provide an assessment of existing conditions, an overview of goals and objectives, and a list of projects that the MPO will implement over the next five years. ECTC is starting the planning process in 2019 for our 2040 plan. Keep an eye on this page and our Facebook page, as we will be using them to update the public on events and draft materials.

A link to the most recent LRTP from 2014 is below.  
 ECTC LRTP Final Publication (3.17 MB)

How Does the Transportation Plan Impact Me?


As residents or businesses in the region, we all use the transportation facilities and services. In recent years, the ECTC members successfully implemented numerous projects that fulfill the goals of ECTC Long Range Plans. Examples of projects are:

     • Conversion of NYS Route 17 to Interstate 86 Designation
     • Church Street Reconstruction
     • 17 New Buses (with bike racks) purchased for C TRAN Transit System
     • Lackawanna Rail Trail construction 
     • 511 Southern Tier Rideshare  (online carpool matching)

What About the Future?


See what projects were included in 2014. Click here.
What would you add to this list now?

The follwoing in-depth studies may also be of interest:
Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Trail 2035 Plan
Elmira Urbanized Area Freight Movement Study

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County Executive Christopher Moss