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Mission/History:
Over fifty years ago, a group of Richland County community leaders saw the need for planning. More...

 
Richland County Regional Planning Commission
Transportation Plan 2040 Involvement Invite
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GET INVOLVED!
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RCRPC Website RFP
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RCRPC Website RFP - Addendum

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RCT Transportation Summit Power Point

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RCRPC Public Involvement Plan
This document describes the public involvement process for the transportation planning program in Richland County, Ohio.
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New RCRPC Executive Director Named

Jotika Shetty has been named executive director of the Richland County Regional Planning Commission.
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FY 2015 Overall Work Program (OWP)

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Transportation Resources - Richland County
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US 30 Improvement Fact Sheet
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Click to View or Download the Alternatives for US 30 Improvements From SR 309 to Fifth Ave (pdf)

 
FY 2013 Federal Funds Summary

Transportation Projects Utilizing Federal Funds for Richland County, Fiscal Year 2013

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2013 Transit Development Program
This planning document provides ridership and service data for the prior year, current service information, and financial projections for coming years. This item was approved for adoption at the June 26, 2013, Commission meeting.
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High Crash Locations in Richland County, OH 2010-2012
Each year, RCRPC updates the High Crash Report for the latest 3 year window. Of special interest is changes between years. Traffic engineers can analyze if their treatments like a change in markings, signs or a signal have improved a hazard. When a location jumps in rank, the analysts try to determine what changed to cause the increase in crashes. Working to improve safety is an important aspect of the RCRPC mission.
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