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In December 2022, the COMPASS Board of Directors adopted Communities in Motion 2050, superseding Communities in Motion 2040 2.0. Find Communities in Motion 2050 at https://cim2050.compassidaho.org/.

The population of Ada and Canyon Counties will surpass one million by the year 2040.

How will we prepare to meet the demands that come with this growth?

Welcome to Communities in Motion 2040 2.0 – the regional long-range transportation plan for Ada and Canyon Counties, Idaho. The goal of this plan is to ensure that Ada and Canyon Counties remain a healthy and economically vibrant region that offers people choices in how and where they live, work, play, and travel.


This plan is an update to Communities in Motion 2040, adopted in 2014, and as such retains the same horizon year, growth forecast, and many other tenets of Communities in Motion 2040. Learn more about what has stayed the same and what has changed.


This web-based plan allows you to easily find the information you care about without having to wade through a large document, while still providing access to all of the technical details when you need them.

Transportation funding is tight.

There are not sufficient funds to meet all transportation needs, meaning COMPASS must make difficult decisions regarding what to fund. While many Treasure Valley transportation projects have funding commitments to be completed by 2040, many others are left unfunded. Click below to see what projects are funded, what projects are needed, but unfunded, and how COMPASS is using federal funding to maintain the existing transportation system.

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