Regional Mobility Plan

MORPC worked with nine Central Ohio counties to develop a transit coordinated plan for the ODOT Human Service Transportation Coordination Region 6 – the Regional Mobility Plan.
The Regional Mobility Plan identifies local and regional transportation needs of people with disabilities, older adults, and those with lower incomes. MORPC continues to work with partners towards the plan’s identified goals and strategies intended to meeting mobility needs and prioritizing transportation services and projects for funding and implementation. An 18 month update covering January 2023 to June 2024 will be released in July 2024.

Goals for the Regional Mobility Plan:
  • Identify community resources for transportation and mobility
  • Understand the gaps and unmet needs within those resources
  • Determine the approach to addressing those gaps and needs

The Regional Mobility Plan applies to the area within the blue boundary.

View the Plan

The Regional Mobility Plan can be viewed here.

Yearly RMP Survey

As part of the yearly update to the Regional Mobility Plan, current and potential transportation users in all nine counties are surveyed. The 2023 survey closed in August 2023 and was available in English, Somali, Arabic, and Spanish. Results from the survey will be included in the July 2024 update.

Transportation Provider Survey

The transportation provider survey was used to collect provider information to support future efficiency and connectivity improvement initiatives. It was used to build the database for Gohio Mobility — a specialized transportation search tool for designed to connect older adults, people with disabilities, and people with low income to transportation services for any trip purpose and need. The tool was launched in June 2023 and has information about statewide transportation resources. Check out Gohio Mobility here:

Four virtual public meetings were held on the Regional Mobility Plan shortly after the kick-off of the planning process.

Before being finalized, the Regional Mobility Plan included additional opportunities for members of the public to offer feedback on the plan. Members of the public were encouraged to attend an online presentation of the draft plan, in coordination with the plan’s public comment period through Dec. 19, 2021, that included a question and comment opportunity. These meetings took place on Dec. 8 and 9, 2021.

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