- Plans & Programs
Plans & Programs
- Metropolitan Transportation Plan
- Project Listing
- Public Involvement Procedures 6 the Texas Urban Mobility Plan
- Transportation Improvement Program
- Unified Planning Work Program
2050 MPO Thoroughfare Concept
The Major Thoroughfare Concept is a map of existing and proposed roads that may be needed to address traffic and goods movement in our area in an effective and efficient manner between now and 2050.
Annual Listing of Projects
The Annual List of Projects (ALOP) is an annual document that describes all new projects completed during the year in which federal funds were used.
Annual Performance & Expenditure Reports
The Annual Performance and Expenditures Report (APER) is a document that is produced each year in order to list all work performed and deliverables produced by MPO staff during the specified fiscal year.
Metropolitan Transportation Plan
The Metropolitan Transportation Plan, or MTP, is updated every five years. The MTP is a long-range fiscally constrained transportation plan.
Public Participation Procedures
The Metropolitan Planning Organization's public participation procedures are adopted by the Policy Committee and regulate the minimum amount and method of involvement with the public that must occur. These are only updated as necessary.
Here you will find a list of studies that have been performed by BCSMPO in recent years
Transportation Improvement Program
The Transportation Improvement Program, or TIP for short, is updated every two years. The TIP is a short-range document describing specific work programmed for the upcoming three years.
Travel Demand Modeling
The Travel Demand Model is used to forecast traffic volumes 25 years into the future.
Unified Planning Work Program
The Unified Planning Work Program, or UPWP, is updated every year. The UPWP describes work tasks and responsibilities relative to transportation planning.
Unfunded/Underfunded Priority Projects
Despite the passage of Proposition 1 and Proposition 7 the Bryan College Station MPO has five priority that remain unfunded or underfunded. These projects are needed to address economic competitiveness, improve safety and ensure system reliability.
Leveraging Local Resources
Local jurisdictions and the Texas A&M System provide millions of dollars in transportation improvements from their own funding sources. Instead of asking the Texas Department of Transportation to solve or fund all of our transportation issues the Brazos County partners want to play a role in being part of the solution. As a growing urban area it is vital that all of the MPO planning partners work together to address citizen concerns related to transportation. The document below describes how all of the partners are working together to understand the issues and how they leveraging local resources to address these issues.
Active Transportation Master Plan
The Active Transportation Advisory Panel (ATAP) of the MPO has developed a draft Active Transportation Master Plan. The plan is intended to serve as a guide for the development of a connected bicycle and pedestrian network in Brazos County. The plan includes facilities for all types of users, from recreational users to the highly confident bicycle rider.
Brazos County Transportation Vision
The Bryan/College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and the Brazos County Regional Mobility Authority (RMA) in association with fourteen transportation partners, developed the Transportation Vision and Guiding Principles for Brazos County. The historic document was signed by all sixteen partners to signify regional unity in addressing transportation issues in Brazos County. The document describes actions the sixteen partners will take in addressing citizen concerns about growing traffic congestion, improving alternatives to the single occupant vehicle and better engaging the public in transportation decision making.
Regional Access Management and Traffic Impact Analysis Standards
The Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) of the MPO has developed a draft Regional Access Management and Traffic Impact Analysis Standards. The intent of this documents first section is to provide and manage access from adjacent land development to the roadway network, while preserving the regional flow of traffic in terms of safety, capacity, and speed. The Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) section's intent is to establish uniform guidelines when a TIA is required for site developments and to determine how the analysis is to be conducted,