The Region 9 LRTP (Long Range Transportation Plan) serves a variety of purposes. It forecasts future travel demand and freight needs. It also analyzes the current transportation system's ability to meet these demands and identifies what improvements will be needed to address excess demand. As projects are identified, they are then directed through the short-range planning and programming process to ultimate implementation or construction.

Region 9: Rural Scott County Area and Muscatine County, IA
The Region 9 Long Range Transportation Plan identifies the needs within rural Scott County and all of Muscatine County in Iowa. The plan examines transportation goals and needs related to roads, highways, transit, pedestrians, bicycles, rail and other intermodal transportation needs. The Plan presents future projects that are financially attainable and outlines general revenues that may be available.

Iowa Region 9 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan - DRAFT (Maps Included)

pdf  2015-2040-region-9-lrtp-draft.pdf (16.57 MB)
Iowa Region 9 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan - Draft June 2015

Region 9 Plan Update
An update of the Iowa Region 9 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan was adopted June 15, 2009.

Iowa Region 9 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan - Final (Maps Included)

pdf  ia-re9-lrp.pdf (1.65 MB)
Iowa Region 9 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan - Final June 2009

Note: Chapter maps are listed separately.

pdf  re9-lrp-map-1-1.pdf (357.88 kB)
Map 1.1 - Region 9 Planning Area

pdf  re9-lrp-map-1-2.pdf (407.83 kB)
Map 1.2 - Major Employers by Number of Employees in Region 9 Planning Area

pdf  re9-lrp-map-1-3.pdf (414.07 kB)
Map 1.3 - Regional Service Centers in Region 9 Planning Area

pdf  re9-lrp-map-1-4.pdf (1010.4 kB)
Map 1.4 - Existing Land Use in Region 9 Planning Area

pdf  re9-lrp-map-2-1.pdf (584.66 kB)
Map 2.1 - Muscatine County Roadway Network by Federal Functional Classification and 2007 Annual Average Daily Traffic

pdf  re9-lrp-map-2-2.pdf (1.5 MB)
Map 2.2 - Scott County Roadway Network by Federal Functional Classification and 2007 Annual Average Daily Traffic

pdf  re9-lrp-map-2-3.pdf (382.67 kB)
Map 2.3 - Muscatine County Primary Truck Routes and 2007 Annual Average Daily Truck Traffic (AADT) Volume

pdf  re9-lrp-map-2-4.pdf (792.39 kB)
Map 2.4 - Scott County Primary Truck Routes and 2007 Annual Average Daily Truck Traffic (AADT) Volume

pdf  re9-lrp-map-2-5.pdf (412.39 kB)
Map 2.5 - Muscatine County Roadway Network by Surface Type

pdf  re9-lrp-map-2-6.pdf (814.74 kB)
Map 2.6 - Scott County Roadway Network by Surface Type

pdf  re9-lrp-map-2-7.pdf (332.88 kB)
Map 2.7 - Surface Condition of Roads in Muscatine County by Pavement Condition Index (PCI) on Federal Aid Eligible (FAE) Roads

pdf  re9-lrp-map-2-8.pdf (649.41 kB)
Map 2.8 - Surface Condition of Roads in Scott County by Pavement Condition Index (PCI) on Federal Aid Eligible (FAE) Roads

pdf  re9-lrp-map-2-9.pdf (986.79 kB)
Map 2.9 - Muscatine County Crashes

pdf  re9-lrp-map-2-10.pdf (1.06 MB)
Map 2.10 - Scott County Crashe

pdf  re9-lrp-map-2-11.pdf (408.63 kB)
Map 2.11 - Muscatine County Future Roadways by Priority

pdf  re9-lrp-map-2-12.pdf (855.87 kB)
Map 2.12 - Scott County Future Roadway Network by Priority

pdf  re9-lrp-map-3-1.pdf (247.75 kB)
Map 3.1 - MuscaBus Transit Routes

pdf  re9-lrp-map-3-2.pdf (344.24 kB)
Map 3.2- River Bend Transit Service Area

pdf  re9-lrp-map-4-1.pdf (794.07 kB)
Map 4.1 - Bi-State Region Economy and Intermodal Network

pdf  re9-lrp-map-5-1.pdf (757.1 kB)
Map 5.1 - Existing and Proposed Trails in Region 9 Planning Area

pdf  re9-lrp-map-6-1.pdf (911.67 kB)
Map 6.1 - Future Roadways with Wetlands and Floodplains

pdf  re9-lrp-map-6-2.pdf (688.55 kB)
Map 6.2 - Future Roadways with Historical/Cultural Sites and Parks

pdf  re9-lrp-map-6-3.pdf (1.59 MB)
Map 6.3 - Future Roadways with Future Land Usehttp://localhost:8888/bistateonline/administrator/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&layout=edit&id=34

pdf  re9-lrp-map-6-4.pdf (651.07 kB)
Map 6.4 - Future Roadways with Regionl Service Centers and Areas of Concern

 

Copies in a printed format are available at Davenport Main, Muscatine and West Liberty Libraries.