hosting public meetings to discuss updates to the Transportation
Improvement Program (TIP) which outlines our short-range transportation
plan for the region. Learn more about the transportation projects that
are expected to receive federal funding in the region's FY 2021-2024
TIP. Provide your feedback on important issues including active
transportation, traffic congestion, roadway safety and public
There are two ways to participate: in person or online.
us for one of our public meetings to hear a presentation on the short
range transportation plan and provide your feedback. Light refreshments
will be served.
online public meeting makes it easy to be part of the planning process.
Watch the presentation that will be given at the public meeting,
indicate your concerns about congestion, safety, public transportation
and bicycle/ pedestrian infrastructure. Lastly, provide feedback on
projects in our short range transportation plan.
public participation ends on Thursday, October 3, 2019.
will be shared with local and state transportation agencies and the
MPO’s Transportation Policy Board to inform future investments, and
will serve as potential project ideas for our next call for projects,
estimated to be in October 2020. The MPO funds projects through our
Surface Transportation Block Grant (most flexible funding source),
Transportation Alternatives (bicycle and pedestrian projects) and
Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ). It’s
important to get involved early in the planning process when solutions
to transportation challenges are being developed.