We are seeking public feedback to three federally-mandated MPO documents. View our draft documents, Mobility 2050, Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) FY 2023-2026, and the 2023 Transportation Conformity Document, and provide your comments.
All three documents public comment period will end
on June 20th.
The Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP), Mobility 2050, is AAMPO’s long-range transportation plan. It is developed in collaboration with the region’s transportation partners and the public. It reflects the ongoing planning and project development efforts for implementation of transportation policies, programs and projects. The MTP sets the framework for AAMPO’s continuous, comprehensive, and coordinated regional transportation planning efforts for the next 25 years. The plan provides for the efficient, safe and convenient transportation of people and goods while helping to achieve the metropolitan area's overall economic, social, energy and environmental goals.
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) addresses federal regulations administered by the United States Department of Transportation. The TIP is a four-year financially constrained list of transportation projects approved for federal and state funding by the AAMPO Transportation Policy Board. The TIP is updated every two years and amended quarterly. The draft TIP covers FY 2023 to FY 2026 and includes roadway, transit, bicycle, pedestrian and rideshare projects that will be contracted over the next four years.
Transportation conformity assesses projects in an MPO’s short-range Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and long-range Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) for air quality impacts. It ensures the programmed projects and the plan are consistent with the region’s air quality goals as required by the Clean Air Act Amendments, Section 176(c)(4). The 2023 Conformity Document, and the associated emissions analysis, covers Mobility 2050 and AAMPO’s 2023-2026 TIP.
The transportation conformity process is required of all MPOs within nonattainment areas – regions that the United States Environmental Protection Agency has determined do not meet a healthy level of air quality. Bexar County was designated as a marginal nonattainment area in 2018.
AAMPO Deputy Director
Phone: (210) 230-6904