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  • RFP for Regional Multimodal Study for Managed and/or Transit Priority Lanes

    The Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization is seeking proposals from qualified firms to develop a long range regional, multi-modal system-wide congestion management plan through the use of managed and/or transit priority lanes to reduce congestion and provide commuters more reliable destination trips to activity centers.

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  • "Mobility 2040" is Now Available

    On December 8, 2014 the Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Transportation Policy Board approved the region’s long range multi-modal transportation plan or Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP).

    This is the first MTP for the expanded MPO study area that includes all of Bexar, Comal and Guadalupe Counties as well as a portion of Kendall County.

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  • Bicycle and Pedestrian-related topics

    The MPO is seeking input from cyclists and pedestrians for our Regional Bicycle/Pedestrian Planning Study.

    >> Regional Bicycle/Pedestrian Planning Study
    Bicycle and Pedestrian Survey | Map Your Concerns

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  • 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.

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