Transportation planning today clearly requires a regional rather than a solely local view. Most people do not spend their entire day in one town. Driving to work, school, shops and recreation may require driving through several towns and rural areas. Communities acting individually cannot solve regional transportation demands. Also, funding resources are limited. It makes sense for communities to collaborate to make sure that transportation systems work smoothly together and that individual projects make the system as a whole stronger.

The City of Meridian, in a coordinated effort with other Treasure Valley agencies, is working hard to prepare for future growth and the many opportunities it brings. An important element of preparing for an increase in population and jobs is planning the necessary transportation improvements that will allow a larger number of residents and visitors to get around. Below are some of the plans and studies that have been completed and others that are currently underway that will shape the future transportation network. These plans and studies are organized by the lead agency.

City of Meridian

Downtown Meridian Street Cross-section Master Plan | PDF

Downtown Meridian Transportation Management Plan (DMTMP) | PDF

E. 3rd Street Extension and Alignment Study | PDF

Meridian Rail-With-Trail Action Plan (2010) | PDF

Conceptual Master Mobility Map/Plan

[Concept] Master Mobility Map Index | PDF

[Concept] Master Mobility Map Book | PDF


Blueprint for good growth | External Link

Treasure Valley High Capacity Transit Study | External Link

US 20/26 Corridor PresPreservation Study | External Link

Communities In Motion 2040 2.0 (CIM 2.0) | External Link

Ada County Highway District (ACHD)

Airport-Overland Corridor Study | PDF

Integrated Five-Year Work Plan | External Link

List of Studies | External Link

ACHD Downtown Meridian Neighborhood Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan | PDF

ACHD Transportation and Land Use Integration Plan (TLIP) | External Link

ACHD Master Street Map PDF | External Link

Idaho Transportation Department (ITD)

U.S. 20/26 Corridor Study, Caldwell to Boise | External Link

ITD District 3 Website (Additional Corridor Studies) | External Link

Valley Regional Transit (VRT)

Five-Year Strategic Plan | External Link

Valley Connect 2.0 | External Link

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