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  • May is National Bike Month

    Join us for the 20th annual celebration of alternative transportation in the Alamo Area on Friday, May 6, 2016 at 8:00 AM at Main Plaza. At this event, we will celebrate 20 years of walking and rolling in the Alamo Area with free food, interactive exhibits, a bike contest, prizes and more. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend!

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  • RFP Issued for Regional Thoroughfare Plan Study

    The Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is seeking proposals from qualified firms to conduct a Regional Thoroughfare Plan Study. Tasks include consolidating current Major Thoroughfare Plans throughout the region and ensuring connectivity across jurisdictional boundaries. The study area includes Atascosa, Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe, Kendall, Medina and Wilson counties.

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  • BMAC Positions Open to be Filled

    The Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is seeking applications to fill two vacancies on its Bicycle Mobility Advisory Committee (BMAC).

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    FastTrack is a twice-monthly electronic publication normally published on Mondays to keep you informed of upcoming activities of the MPO committees, our transportation partner agencies and various transportation-related events.

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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.

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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Watch each MPO Transportation Policy Board meeting live from your own desktop, tablet, or mobile device!

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MPO Calendar

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