- Roll Call
- Director's Report (pdf)
a. The Resiliency Study proposals are due January 21, 2022.
c. The MPO office will be closed Monday, February 21, 2022 in observance of President’s
d. The February Transportation Policy Board meeting will likely be cancelled.
items under the Consent Agenda are acted upon collectively unless
opposition is presented, in which case, the contested item will be
considered, discussed and appropriate action taken separately.
- Citizens to be Heard
Items for Individual Discussion and Appropriate Action:
- Approval of the December 13, 2021 Meeting Minutes (pdf)
- Action on a Resolution Supporting the TxDOT FY 2023 Unified Transportation Program
Project Scoring and Prioritization (pdf)
- Action on a Resolution Supporting TxDOT’s 2022 Safety Performance Measures and
Target Setting (pdf)
- Action on Amendments to the FY 2022-2023 Unified Planning Work Program (pdf)
- Action on the FY 2021 Annual Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Report
- Discussion and Appropriate Action on a Presentation on AAMPO’s Subregional Planning
- Presentation on Regionally Significant Roadways (pdf)
- Discussion and Appropriate Action on Revisions to AAMPO Policy 2 Public Participation
- Monthly Status Reports
- Alamo Regional Mobility Authority/Bexar County (Renee Green)
- Air Quality Issues (Diane Rath) (pdf)
- City of San Antonio (Razi Hosseini)
- San Antonio Mobility Coalition (Vic Boyer)
- Texas Department of Transportation (Gina Gallegos)
- VIA Metropolitan Transit (Jeff Arndt)
- Executive Session - Pursuant to Chapter 551, Subchapter D, Texas Government Code
At any time during the meeting of the MPO Transportation Policy Board, the Board reserves
the right to adjourn into executive Session at any time to discuss any of the matters listed
on the posted agenda, as authorized by Texas Government Code Section 551.071
(consultation with attorney), Section 551.072 (deliberations about real property), Section
551.074 (personnel matters), and Section 551.086 (economic development).