The MPO is charged with preparing numerous other planning documents including, but not limited to, the documents listed below. Completed plans can be accessed by clicking the name of the plan below. Plans that do not show an active link are currently “under construction.”
Draft FY 2019 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) – Available for Public Comment through July 2, 2018 (Click here to fill out a comment form)
2018 Public Participation Plan – A plan that outlines steps MPO staff will take to involve the public in the planning process. (Public Comment Period: February 7th – March 26, 2018)
FY2018 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) – Administrative Budget
Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Concept – A concept that looks at the existing bicycle and pedestrian network and the current level of use to provide a guide for addressing future bicycle and pedestrian needs, including education, accessibility, and safety.
Public Transit Plan – A three-part plan that outlines 1) the existing transit system, 2) short-term transit goals, and 3) long-term transit goals. Currently under construction.
Congestion Management Process – A process that sets out methods for tracking transportation-system performance and outlines congestion management best practices. Incorporated into the Long Range Transportation Plan.
Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Traffic Signal Concept of Operations – A plan that evaluates proposed adaptive and responsive traffic signal technology to enhance travel by increasing the efficiency and safety of the transportation infrastructure. (Executive Summary)
Freight Plan – A plan that identifies future freight movement needs for the planning area. Currently under construction.
Title VI Program – A program that outlines various measures taken by MPO staff to create an accessible and transparent transportation planning process that is inclusive of all citizens regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, or socioeconomic status.
Language Assistance Plan – A plan which ensures that individuals who speak English “less than very well” receive the language assistance necessary to participate in the ESMPO’s transportation planning process.