Multimodal Transportation Plan

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Project Overview

The City of Lafayette, in partnership with a transportation planning consulting firm, will take the needed steps to create the City’s first-ever Multimodal Transportation Plan (MMTP), including analyzing relevant data and gathering community input to understand the existing and future conditions of multimodal transportation and mobility in and around Lafayette. The project team will consider existing and planned future land uses, traffic operations, safety, access, mobility, and connectivity of all transportation modes such as walking, biking, transit, and driving. The MMTP is being completed in close coordination with local and regional plans and projects, including the City’s Comprehensive Plan.

The results of this multimodal analysis, in addition to community and stakeholder input, will help to identify the transportation needs of the City and develop near- and long-term actions and solutions to preserve and improve the City’s transportation system.

Process Graphic

The major project phases are shown in the graphic below.


Community Engagement

Thanks to all of the community members and stakeholders who provided valuable input previously. A summary of the feedback received from the MMTP survey can be found in the documents section of this webpage. We recently presented our planning framework, draft modal plans, and project map to Lafayette's City Council and Planning Comission at a joint workshop on August 29, 2022, and we took the same materials to September's Art Night out. We have a station set up at Lafayette Public Library for those who want to view the maps through Sunday, September 25th.

The ongoing feedback we receive throughout this entire process will help shape Lafayette’s future transportation network for walking, biking, transit, and driving. Additional opportunities to provide feedback will be posted here, so check back often or subscribe to receive project updates.



To receive project updates via email, please click the orange subscribe button along the right hand side of this page.


September/October 2022 Input Opportunities - Review Strategies and Multimodal Networks
The project team has drafted a set of guiding goals and strategies, and multimodal transportation networks to address transportation challenges and improvement opportunities. Community feedback is being collected on these draft materials prior to moving forward.

How to participate:

  1. Add your comments to this MMTP project page. Use these items listed in the documents section of this page
    * Draft Modal Maps and Street Types
    * Lafayette MMTP Draft Planning Framework

  2. Provide comments via this survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LafayetteMMTP

  3. Review project materials provided at the Lafayette Public Library and submit input through provided comment cards from Sept. 10-25.

Project Overview

The City of Lafayette, in partnership with a transportation planning consulting firm, will take the needed steps to create the City’s first-ever Multimodal Transportation Plan (MMTP), including analyzing relevant data and gathering community input to understand the existing and future conditions of multimodal transportation and mobility in and around Lafayette. The project team will consider existing and planned future land uses, traffic operations, safety, access, mobility, and connectivity of all transportation modes such as walking, biking, transit, and driving. The MMTP is being completed in close coordination with local and regional plans and projects, including the City’s Comprehensive Plan.

The results of this multimodal analysis, in addition to community and stakeholder input, will help to identify the transportation needs of the City and develop near- and long-term actions and solutions to preserve and improve the City’s transportation system.

Process Graphic

The major project phases are shown in the graphic below.


Community Engagement

Thanks to all of the community members and stakeholders who provided valuable input previously. A summary of the feedback received from the MMTP survey can be found in the documents section of this webpage. We recently presented our planning framework, draft modal plans, and project map to Lafayette's City Council and Planning Comission at a joint workshop on August 29, 2022, and we took the same materials to September's Art Night out. We have a station set up at Lafayette Public Library for those who want to view the maps through Sunday, September 25th.

The ongoing feedback we receive throughout this entire process will help shape Lafayette’s future transportation network for walking, biking, transit, and driving. Additional opportunities to provide feedback will be posted here, so check back often or subscribe to receive project updates.



To receive project updates via email, please click the orange subscribe button along the right hand side of this page.


September/October 2022 Input Opportunities - Review Strategies and Multimodal Networks
The project team has drafted a set of guiding goals and strategies, and multimodal transportation networks to address transportation challenges and improvement opportunities. Community feedback is being collected on these draft materials prior to moving forward.

How to participate:

  1. Add your comments to this MMTP project page. Use these items listed in the documents section of this page
    * Draft Modal Maps and Street Types
    * Lafayette MMTP Draft Planning Framework

  2. Provide comments via this survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LafayetteMMTP

  3. Review project materials provided at the Lafayette Public Library and submit input through provided comment cards from Sept. 10-25.
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