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Transportation Policy Board

April 24, 2023

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  1. Roll Call
  1. Director's Report (pdf)
    1. AAMPO's FY 24-25 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) is under development. The Technical Advisory work group met in April. The Board presentation is scheduled for May with action in June.
    2. AAMPO's quadrennial Federal Certification Review concluded on April 6, 2023. There is still time to submit comments, to the Federal Highway (FHWA) and Transit (FTA) Administrations, about AAMPO planning processes, activities, and public involvement. The comment deadline is May 8, 2023. Comments should be submitted directly to the respective agencies by email or phone to: Barbara Maley, FHWA @, 512-536-5926 and Tony Ogboli, FTA, @, 817-978-0566. The official report is expected in the next few months.
    3. Mark your calendar for a joint meeting of the AAMPO Transportation Policy Board and the Capital Area MPO Transportation Policy Board on June 16, 2023 in San Marcos. More details are forthcoming. Annual Audit of Expenditures and Compliance was conducted earlier this month. The audit report is scheduled for action at the April board meeting. 
    4. May is National Bike Month. AAMPO and partners will host events and programs to encourage bicycling. For more information, visit 
    5. The FY 2023 Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) grants awards are open for applications. The deadline is Monday, July 10, 2023. Funds are awarded on a competitive basis to support planning, infrastructure, behavioral, and operational initiatives to prevent death and serious injury on roads and streets involving all roadway users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, public transportation, personal conveyance, micromobility users, motorists, and commercial vehicle operators. For more information, please visit 
    6. AAMPO offices will be closed on Friday, April 28, 2023 in observance of the Battle of Flowers holiday.
  1. Citizens to be Heard 
Consent Agenda:
  1. Approval of the March 27, 2023 Meeting Minutes (pdf)
  1. Discussion and Appropriate Action on Amendments to the Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) and the FY 2023-2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) AAMPO (Hall) (pdf)
  1. Action on Required Certifications – AAMPO (Martinez) (pdf)

    a.      AAMPO Self-Certification

    b.      Project Selection Procedure

    c.      Internal Ethics and Compliance Program

    d.      Lobbying Certification

    e.      Debarment Certification

    f.        Procurement Procedures

    g.      Non-Discrimination Assurance

Items for Individual Discussion and Appropriate Action:
  1. Air Pollution Prevention Briefing “Spare the Air” – AAMPO (Jimenez) (pdf)
  1. Presentation and Action on AAMPO’s FY 2022 Audit of Expenditures and Compliance – Garza/Gonzalez & Associates (Lopez-Gonzalez) (pdf) (pdf)
  1. Discussion and Appropriate Action on the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvements (CMAQ), Transportation Alternatives (TA), and Carbon Reduction Program (CRP) Project Call – AAMPO (Hall) (pdf)
    1. Monthly Status Reports
      1. Alamo Regional Mobility Authority/Bexar County (Renee Green)
      2. Air Quality Issues (Diane Rath) (pdf)
      3. City of San Antonio (Razi Hosseini)
      4. San Antonio Mobility Coalition (Vic Boyer) (pdf)
      5. Texas Department of Transportation (Gina Gallegos)
      6. VIA Metropolitan Transit (Art Herrera)
      7. Others
    1. Executive Session - Pursuant to Chapter 551, Subchapter D, Texas Government Code
    At any time during the meeting of the AAMPO 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)
    1. Adjourn