A transportation system is a collection of methods, or modes, by which people and goods are moved. These modes include highways, public transit, bikeways, walkways, rail, water and air. This complete and comprehensive view of the transportation system is "multi-modal", as each of these transportation methods are called a "mode". This page includes maps and data about the various modes of travel and information about transportation planning efforts.
MORPC has created two plans for spending federal transportation dollars in Central Ohio. The Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) is usually updated every two years. The Regional Transportation Plan, or T-Plan, is updated every 4 years. Please note that there are many local transportation initiatives that do not appear on these plans.
Traffic Counts are presented via the Transportation Data Management System, which uses an interactive database and Google Maps.
Regional Plans include the CapitalWays Regional Transportation Plan and the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).
Other Links lists a number of helpful websites that supply further information on transportation.