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To provide a safe, intermodal, sustainable transportation system that enhances mobility, expedites commerce within and through the county, and supports economic growth

Goals & Objectives

Efficient transportation network

  • Minimize Traffic Congestion
  • Expand and Improve Bikeway, Greenway, and Sidewalk System
  • Provide Reliable Transit Service
  • Expand Public Transportation
  • Improve Mobility of Low-Income Individuals, the Elderly, and Disabled
  • Facilitate Connections Between Transportation Modes

Safe and customer-friendly transportation system

  • Reduce Traffic Accidents
  • Improve Safety for Bicycles and Pedestrians
  • Ensure the safe operation of public transit
  • Ensure Security at Airports, Seaport and on Public Transit
  • Provide Easy Access to Transportation Information
  • Ensure Excellent Customer Service for Passengers

Well-maintained transportation system and infrastructure

  • Maintain Roadway Infrastructure
  • Provide Attractive, Well-Maintained Facilities and Vehicles
  • Continually Modernize Seaport and Airports
  • Enhance Aesthetics of Transportation Infrastructure

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FY 2016-17 (Current)

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