Got Ideas For Cape Cod Transportation? Cape Cod Commission Seeks Comments

The Cape Cod Commission is seeking comments and input from the public to support development of the 2024 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). An online survey is now open.

The RTP sets the long-range vision for the transportation system on Cape Cod in 2050. It is the primary means for the allocation of federal and state funds for the Cape’s transportation needs. The Cape Cod Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), a collaboration of local, regional, state, and federal transportation officials, is charged with updating the RTP this spring.

The Cape Cod Commission wants to hear from you. What is your vision for the future of transportation on Cape Cod? More sidewalks and bike paths? Increased bus service? Commuter rail? Improved pavement conditions? Replacement of the existing Canal bridges? Safer roadways? Increased access to electric vehicle charging stations?

To learn more about the Regional Transportation Plan, see a calendar of upcoming meetings, and participate in the online survey, please visit

Groups interested in sharing their unique perspective on their future transportation needs are encouraged to contact the Cape Cod Commission staff to schedule a brief meeting to further discuss their vision.

Contact Colleen Medeiros, Cape Cod Commission Transportation Program Manager, with any comments or questions at; 508-362-3828; fax: 508-362-3136 Attn: Colleen Medeiros or by mail or in person: 3225 Main St. (Route 6A), P.O. Box 226, Barnstable, MA 02630.