We plan to keep you moving!
The MPO invited input on its 2021 Transportation Conformity Document during a 30-day public comment period December 14, 2020 – January 12, 2021. All public comments received have been addressed and documented in the document. On January 25, 2021, the Transportation Policy Board took local action determining transportation conformity of the FY 2021-2024 TIP and revised Mobility 2050 project list. These are now under review by State and Federal partners.
What is transportation conformity?
Transportation conformity assesses projects in an MPO’s short-range and long-range transportation plans for the effects we estimate they will have on air quality. It ensures that if the region builds the projects in these plans, these projects won’t make air quality worse and, hopefully, will improve it.
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. Ozone levels here will be reassessed in 2021.
2021 Transportation Conformity Document - Under Federal Review
12.1 - Resolution
12.2 - Mobility 2045
12.3 - 2021-2024 Transportation Improvement Program
12.4 - Travel Model Validation
12.5 - VMT, Loaded Speed, and Centerline Mile Summaries
12.6 - Definition of Regionally Significant Roadway System
12.7 - Roadway System (Capacity Staging) and Network Link Listing (.xlsx)
12.8 - Network Shapefiles
12.9 - Mode Choice Model Summaries
12.10 - MOVES Information and Analysis Notes
12.11 - MOVES Input and Output Files (.zip)
12.12 - MOVES Emission Factors (.zip)
12.13 - Estimated Hourly Emissions and Activity (.zip)
12.14 - VMT, Speed, and Emissions Summaries (.zip)
12.15 - Interagency Consultation Process
12.16 - Public Involvement Process