Regional Transit Coordination Plan (RTCP) Management Plan
The Regional Transit Coordination Plan is an ongoing multi-year program aimed at enhancing regional mobility by facilitating seamless travel on public transportation.
In accordance with the informal Management Plan, the Service Boards (the CTA, Metra and Pace) have been actively involved in every component of the plan, with overall program management provided by the RTA. Other agencies have been involved as appropriate. For example, the City of Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) has been an active participant in several components to date. Other municipalities and transportation agencies will be included as specific recommendations are considered and implemented.
|Program:||Regional Transit Coordination Plan|
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|Information Updated:||October 2008|
|Regional Transit Coordination Plan Proposed Approach (December 31, 1999)|
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