Project Information

The Albany Area Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) will guide transportation improvements over a 20-year period. The RTP will look at all the ways that people get around: in cars, with transit, or by walking or biking.  The RTP will also look at freight and regional aspects of air, rail, and inter-city bus service. The project is looking closely at transit: visit the Transit Page for details.

The RTP will consider what exists today, estimate demand, identify future options, and make recommendations for a balanced and efficient transportation system.  

The project is a collaborative effort between government agencies, cities, counties, and the broader community. It will build on good decisions that have already been made and create a common vision for the future of transportation in the area.

Citizen involvement is integral to development of the Albany Area Regional Transportation Plan. You can get involved with the project by joining the mailing list, or sharing your ideas. View the Project Handout for a brief summary.

About the Albany Area Metropolitan Planning Organization


AAMPO is located in Oregon’s Willamette Valley and includes the Cities of Albany, Jefferson, Millersburg, and Tangent as well as portions of Linn, Benton, and Marion Counties. Major roadways within the AAMPO planning area include US 20, OR 99E, OR 34, OR 164, and Interstate 5. The transportation system includes roads, pedestrian and bicycle facilities, rail facilities, public transportation, and an airport.

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