Transportation Master Plan

road, fall trees and mountains with Centennial Transportation Master Plan logo on top

The City of Centennial has completed its Transportation Master Plan (TMP). The final plan, adopted in May 2022, is ready for public viewing. The TMP sets a vision for what transportation should look like in the years to come while guiding the City's investments through the next two decades. View the Centennial Transportation Plan(PDF, 15MB) adopted May 2, 2022

Thank you to all who participated throughout the TMP process.


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What is the Transportation Master Plan?

The TMP aids City staff and elected officials in making informed decisions about future transportation for the City. It also guides advancing regional improvements that require partnerships and federal funding and informs the City's Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The City built the TMP on seven goals that support the transportation needs, community values, and the City's vision.


Community Engagement

Centennial took a comprehensive, community engagement approach to engage key stakeholders and a broad cross-section of the public and community over a year-long planning period. 

The planning process involved three phases of the engagement period: 

  • Phase One: Spanned from early May to mid-July and focused on values and needs. Outreach through this initial phase aimed to notify the public about the Centennial TMP update and sought to understand community values and transportation gaps and needs. 
  • Phase Two:  Extended from early August to mid-September, presented community members and stakeholders opportunities to evaluate transportation and mobility tradeoffs and provided feedback on initial project ideas. 
  • Phase Three: Occurred in March/April 2022, and engagement centered on validation. The City prompted community members and stakeholders to review and comment on the draft TMP and confirm that the plan reflects the community's stated values and priorities.