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  • Final Mobility 2040 Public Meetings Upcoming

    The MPO is in the final stages of developing the regions long-range multimodal transportation plan and will be hosting a final series of public involvement sessions to seek input on the draft Mobility 2040.

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  • MPO Issues Legal Services RFP

    The Alamo Area MPO is seeking a qualified firm or individual to serve as contract attorney to the agency. Please click below for additional information.

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  • Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Project Call

    The Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) has issued an agency call for Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) funded projects. The TAP is a reimbursable federal funding program and all applicable federal rules apply. Contingent upon the availability of federal funding, the expected TAP amount available for this program call is $11,500,000. TAP projects require a minimum 20% local match; every project submitted will need to include a formal commitment of this local match from the implementing agency as well as for the project development costs. For additional information, please contact Jeanne Geiger at or at 210-227-8651.
    *Update - Click "Read More" for updated forms (8/25/2014).

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  • RFP for Bicycle and Pedestrian Study

    The MPO Has a New Name

    We are now offically the Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization, formerly known as San Antonio-Bexar County MPO. The change comes as a result of the MPO Study Area expansion that now incorporates the entirety of Bexar, Comal, and Guadalupe County and partial Kendall County.

    Also, effective as of Thursday, May 1, 2014, the MPO website address is now and all MPO e-mail address postfixes have changed from to

  • Walkable Community Program

    Walkable Community Program

    In support of a multi-modal transportation system, the Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) has developed the Walkable Community Program. The program recognizes the need to plan for everyone and all modes of travel, whether young or old, motorist or bicyclist, walker or wheelchair user or bus rider.

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What We Do

MPO's are regional agencies created by Federal law to conduct a cooperative, continuous and comprehensive ("3C") transportation planning process. This process enables our metropolitan area to receive over $200 million annually in state and federal transportation funding. Your participation in this process is important to ensure that your federal and state gas tax dollars are spent wisely and according to the region's most urgent needs.

Special emphasis is placed on providing equal access to a variety of transportation choices and effective public involvement in the transportation planning process.

Friendship TorchWe invite you to browse our web site to see what is planned to improve your transportation system and, in the process, your quality of life. The MPO values your input, so please contact us with any questions or suggestions or to become more involved in the planning process.

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MPO "iMap"

In support of a multi-modal transportation system, the MPO has developed an interactive mapping application.


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MPO Calendar

Check out the MPO Calendar for more information on upcoming meetings, events, office closures, and more!