Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 105 Part 3.djvu/74

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105 STAT. 1958 PUBLIC LAW 102-240—DEC. 18, 1991 "(9) The transportation needs identified through use of the management systems required by section 303 of this title. "(10) Preservation of rights-of-way for construction of future transportation projects, including identification of unused rights-of-way which may be needed for future transportation corridors and identification of those corridors for which action is most needed to prevent destruction or loss. "(11) Methods to enhance the efficient movement of freight. "(12) The use of life-cycle costs in the design and engineering of bridges, tunnels, or pavement. "(13) The overall social, economic, energy, and environmental effects of transportation decisions. "(14) Methods to expand and enhance transit services and to increase the use of such services. "(15) Capital investments that would result in increased security in transit systems. " (g) DEVELOPMENT OF LONG RANGE PLAN.— "(1) IN GENERAL.— Each metropolitan planning organization shall prepare, and update periodically, according to a schedule that the Secretary determines to be appropriate, a long range plan for its metropolitan area in accordance with the requirements of this subsection. "(2) LONG RANGE PLAN.— A long range plan under this section shall be in a form that the Secretary determines to be appropriate and shall, at a minimum: "(A) Identify transportation facilities (including but not necessarily limited to major roadways, transit, and multimodal and intermodal facilities) that should function as an integrated metropolitan transportation system, giving emphasis to those facilities that serve important national and regional transportation functions. In formulating the long range plan, the metropolitan planning organization shall consider factors described in subsection (f) as such factors relate to a 20-year forecast period. "(B) Include a financial plan that demonstrates how the long-range plan can be implemented, indicates resources from public and private sources that are reasonably expected to be made available to carry out the plan, and recommends any innovative financing techniques to finance needed projects and programs, including such techniques as value capture, tolls and congestion pricing. "(C) Assess capital investment and other measures necessary to— "(i) ensure the preservation of the existing metropolitan transportation system, including requirements for operational improvements, resurfacing, restoration, and rehabilitation of existing and future major roadways, as well as operations, maintenance, modernization, and rehabilitation of existing and future transit facilities; and "(ii) make the most efficient use of existing transportation facilities to relieve vehicular congestion and maximize the mobility of people and goods. "(D) Indicate as appropriate proposed transportation enhancement activities. " (3) COORDINATION WITH CLEAN AIR ACT AGENCIES. — In metropolitan areas which are in nonattainment for ozone or carbon