A CMP is a systematic process for managing congestion that provides information on transportation system performance. It recommends a range of strategies to minimize congestion and enhance the mobility of people and goods. These multimodal strategies include, but are not limited to, operational improvements, travel demand management, policy approaches, and additions to capacity. The CMP advances the goals of the DVRPCLong-Range Planand strengthens the connection between the Plan and theTransportation Improvement Program (TIP).The CMP, as included in current federal transportation regulations, enhances the existing concept of a Congestion Management System (CMS) with emphasis on being an ongoing cycle and other refinements. It identifies congested corridors and multimodal strategies to mitigate the congestion. Where more single-occupancy vehicle capacity is appropriate, the CMP includes supplemental strategies to reduce travel demand and get the most value from the investment. It completes its cycle evaluating the effectiveness of transportation improvements, coordinating with other planning processes, and providing updated analysis of the performance of the transportation system as it goes back around.Click Hereto read more about the CMP and view the latest publications.