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Move Anne Arundel!

Transportation Functional Master Plan (TFMP)

Vision Statement
Provide safe, efficient, equitable and sustainable multi-modal mobility that provides residents, travelers and visitors with connectivity and choice.
Resolution No. 44-19 to approve "More Anne Arundel!" as Anne Arundel County's Transportation Final Master Plan passed on November 18, 2019.
The Transportation Functional Master Plan (TFMP) integrates 5 component studies and recommends improvements to the County’s transportation network to enhance mobility and accessibility within local and state fiscal constraints.
The goal of the TFMP shall be to Identify * Analyze * Understand the relationship between land use patterns and the mobility and accessibility constraints and opportunities within the County.  The document provides of this effort shall be a logical, cohesive and comprehensive assessment of multimodal transportation issues, opportunities and recommendations in Anne Arundel County that can be programmed to the year 2045.
Over the course of 18 months, the Office of Transportation has worked with stakeholders to develop a framework that will serve as a guide on how we should approach transportation planning in Anne Arundel County. Move Anne Arundel! will be the county’s first Transportation Functional Master Plan as per the recommendation in the 2009 General Development Plan.
Countywide Goals and Objectives


Transportation Functional Master Plan (TFMP)


APPENDIX 2: Corridor Profiles
APPENDIX 3: Plans and Studies Consulted in Preparing Move Anne Arundel!


APPENDIX 4: Technical Memoranda
Technical Memorandum #1: Summary of Prior Transportation Studies
Technical Memorandum #2: Developing a Vision, Goals and Performance Measures
Technical Memorandum #3: Travel Demand Forecast Review
Technical Memorandum #4: Revenue Forecast
Technical Memorandum #5: Analysis of Traffic Crashes
Technical Memorandum #6: Transportation Systems, Management and Operations Strategies
Technical Memorandum #7: Transit Considerations
Technical Memorandum #8: Review of Key Corridors
Technical Memorandum #9: Analysis of Shared-Use Paths
Technical Memorandum #10: Summary of Technical Scoring Process


APPENDIX 5: Major Studies
Sections of the following studies are included:
Anne Arundel County Corridor Growth Management Plan
Major Intersections/Important Facilities Study Report
Central Maryland Transit Development Plan
Complete Streets Guidance
Anne Arundel County Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan: 2013 Plan Update



Recommended Investment Priorities

Countywide Recommended Investment Priorities


Other Projects



Public Involvement

The Transportation Commission meets on the second Wednesday of every month.  For more information please contact the Office of Transportation at (410) 222-7440.