Frequently Asked Questions
- A project vision, goals, and objectives
- An inventory of transportation providers in the region, including public transit agencies, taxi and rideshare services, non-profit medical and social service transportation providers, and for-profit providers of medical and human service transportation
- An assessment of the region's transportation needs
- A transportation gaps analysis, and a framework to prioritize closing the transportation gaps that exist
- An analysis of the financial resources needed to address those gaps, and a list of funding opportunities available to transportation providers in the region
- A public outreach process that provides ample opportunity for members of the public to share their transportation needs and barriers
- Email public comments to: PublicComments@h-gac.com.
- Make public comments by phone at 1-855-363-2516.
- Mail public comments to:
Attention: Regionally Coordinated Transportation Plan 2022 Update
P.O. Box 22777 Houston, TX 77227-2777
What is the Regionally Coordinated Transportation Plan?
The Regionally Coordinated Transportation Plan (RCTP) helps the Houston Gulf Coast region develop a more effective and more integrated transportation system, with a focus on groups that are especially likely to need help getting around, such as seniors, disabled people, and students.
How often is the Regionally Coordinated Transportation Plan updated?
The Regionally Coordinated Transportation Plan is updated every five years. The update currently underway is scheduled to be released to the public in early Spring of 2022.
Who is responsible for updating the Regionally Coordinated Transportation Plan?
The Regionally Coordinated Transportation Plan is updated by the Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC).
What counties are included in the Houston Gulf Coast region's Regionally Coordinated Transportation Plan?
The region covered by this Regionally Coordinated Transportation Plan is a 13-county area centered around Harris County. It includes Austin, Brazoria, Chambers, Colorado, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Matagorda, Montgomery, Walker, Waller, and Wharton Counties, and all cities and municipalities within those counties.
What are the elements of the Regionally Coordinated Transportation Plan?
Key elements of the plan include:
How can I submit a public comment?
To submit a public comment, you can:
Click HERE or visit www.h-gac.com/public-involvement to learn how else you can be involved!
When is the public comment period?
The Regionally Coordinated Transportation Plan 2022 Update is available for public comment from January 5, 2022 until February 5, 2022.
How can I read the document in another language?
If you need any of the information, including the RCTP document, translated into additional languages, please contact Robyn Egbert at Robyn.Egbert@h-gac.com or call 832- 681-2583 with your request.