Project OverviewThe Long Island 2035 Regional Visioning Initiative was funded by the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC) to help achieve a regional public consensus for where the next generation of Long Islanders could live and work, the transportation systems needed to support these settlements, and the institutional actions required to ensure a prosperous, equitable and environmentally sustainable Long Island. The project's findings are being used to help the Long Island Regional Planning Council produce a Long Island 2035 Comprehensive Regional Sustainability Plan.
The initiative's Final Report, which can be downloaded below, was released in December 2009. The Highlights of the report include results from a March 2009 visioning workshop and both baseline and alternative scenarios for 2035.
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Download the Report (PDF 6.8MB)
Long Island 2035 is guided by an Executive Committee working with both a Municipal and Stakeholder Committee. The Executive Committee includes representatives of the LIRPC, Nassau and Suffolk Counties, the Federal Highway Administration, the New York State Department of Transportation, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the Long Island Rail Road and the chairs of the Municipal and Stakeholder Committees. The Municipal Committee consists of town, village and city officials. The Stakeholder Committee includes representatives of business, labor, environmental, not-for-profit, community and other civic constituencies.
Executive committee members
Long Island Regional Planning Council
New York State Department of Transportation
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
MTA Long Island Rail Road
Federal Highway Administration
Regional Plan Association
Sustainable Long Island
Vision Long Island
University Transportation Research Center