Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization
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Published Maps

Maps Disclaimer: The MPO makes no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness or adequacy of this information and expressly disclaims liability for any errors and omissions. The appropriate use of such data in other planning programs and studies must be determined entirely by the planners and analysts of the firm or agency undertaking such projects.

Bike Maps

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"2016 BIKE MAP"
- 5th Edition - NEW

This map evaluates roadways within San Antonio and Bexar County on it's "Level of Traffic Stress". Level of Traffic Stress (LTS) is an approach that quantifies how stressful it feels to ride a bike close to cars, buses and other traffic. The Alamo Area MPO and City of San Antonio have worked together on a modified approach to evaluating traffic stress in the MPO’s study area.

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"2014 BIKE MAP"
- 4th Edition -

This map shows existing bicycle facilities and accommodations throughout the San Antonio area as of mid- 2014. Some of the bicycle related features on this map include bike lanes, bike routes, mixed-use paths, linear creekways, B-Cycle bike rental stations, recommended rides, and more. Roadway conditions and accommodations may have changed since the original data collection effort. The MPO and its agency members assume no liability for users of these studied roadway and non-roadway segments. Users assume a risk on these roadway and non-roadway segments identical to the risks assumed on all other related roadways or parks.

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"2009 BIKE MAP"
- 3rd Edition -

This map was funded in part through grant(s) from the Federal Highway Administration, Federal Transit Administration, and U.S. Department of Transportation; however, the contents do not necessarily reflect their official views or policies. This map evaluates roadway facilities studied as part of the MPO’s 2009 Bicycle Roadway Study. The ratings are based on the existing parameters captured during the study period of 2008 and 2009. Roadway conditions may have changed since the original data collection effort. The MPO and its agency members assume no liability for users of these studied roadway and non-roadway segments. Users assume a risk on these roadway and non-roadway segments identical to the risks assumed on all other related roadways or parks.

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"2006 BIKE MAP"
- 2nd Edition -

This map evaluates roadway facilities studied as part of the Alamo Area MPO's 2001 and 2006 Bicycle Route Suitability Study and provides suitability ratings based on existing level of bicycle service. Evaluated road segments of bicyclists' perceived safety with respect to motor vehicle traffic. The MPO and its agency members assume no liability for bicyclists traveling on these routes. Bicyclists assume a risk on these routes identical to the risks assumed on all roadways.

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"Bicycle Route Suitability Map"
- 1st Edition -

This map evaluates roadway facilites studied as part of the MPO’s 2001 Bicycle Route Suitability Study and provides suitability ratings on the existing level of bike service. The MPO and its agency members assume no liability for bicyclists traveling on these routes. Bicyclists assume a risk on these routes identical to the risks assumed on all roadways. (Bike Route Suitability Map First Edition 2003)

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Congestion Maps

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Demographics

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Functionally Classified Roadways

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Journey to Work

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NEW: This map illustrates the flow of work-related commutes between Bexar County and other counties within the MPO's travel demand modeling area, including intra-county trips. Also included in this map are work-related commutes between the San Antonio region and the Austin region.

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MPO Boundary

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Approved by the Texas Transportation Commission on October 31, 2013

This is a map of the current MPO Study Area that now includes the entirety of Bexar, Comal, and Guadalupe Counties and a portion of Kendall County.

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NEPA and Planning

On January 1, 1970 the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) was signed into Law. NEPA established a national environmental policy intentionally focused on Federal activities and the desire for a sustainable environment balanced with other essential needs of present and future generations of Americans.

The Texas Ecological Assessment Protocol (TEAP) is a planning and screening-level assessment tool that uses existing data available from the statewide GIS grid to identify ecologically important resources throughout Texas. The results of the TEAP can be used in project planning (i.e. scoping, alternatives analysis), to determine appropriate areas to conduct detailed field investigations, and in mitigation discussions to avoid ecologically important areas, minimize impacts to those areas, and compensate for unavoidable impacts.

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