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City of Milton Transportation

Providing updates on planning efforts for the future of travel and connection in Milton

  

 

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For more information on City of Milton transportation projects underway visit www.miltonintersectionprojects.com.

Detailed Project Information

Proposed TSPLOST Projects

The City of Milton has been working on identifying projects through the CTP efforts. During 2016, the CTP process has worked with the public, inventoried existing conditions, analyzed current and future needs, and developed project recommendations to respond to these needs. The proposed TSPLOST project list was developed through the CTP process. The TSPLOST list includes three tiers: Tier I (85% of estimated revenue), Tier I + Tier II (100% of estimated revenue), Tier I + Tier II + Tier III (115% of estimated revenue). Below are the projects with fact sheets identified in each Tier.

View the overall North Fulton TSPLOST Summary and Project List here.

Tier I
Tier II
Tier III

More Info

For more information from Fulton County, visit their TSPLOST website

Milton CTP Update

To ensure a great quality of life, it is important to understand the transportation needs that exist and to create projects and policies to address them. The Milton CTP update enabled the city to reflect on progress made since the last plan and to develop a framework for future growth.

Documents

Previous Transportation Plans

Diagnostic Report, A look at transportation in Milton since the 2009 CTP

2016 Final Existing and Future Needs Assessment 

2016 Final Recommendations Report

DRAFT Project Levels for TSPLOST and No TSPLOST Funding Scenarios

About

In August 2015, the City of Milton began updating its 2009 Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP). A long-range, multimodal transportation plan that assessed Milton’s existing and future transportation needs, the goals of a CTP are assisting with identifying transportation priorities, establishing a relationship between local and regional expectations and supporting other plans (like the Comprehensive Land Use Plan).

Why do we need to update the CTP?

To ensure a great quality of life, it is important to understand the transportation needs that exist and to create projects and policies to address them. This plan’s update enabled Milton to reflect on progress made since the last plan and to develop a framework for future growth.