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Welcome to the CPDC Transportation Site

The Tri-Cities Area MPO provides opportunities for public input and participation into the transportation planning process.

Announcements

Draft FY23 UPWP Available for Public Review

The Tri-Cities Area MPO provides opportunities for public input and participation into the transportation planning process. The Draft FY23 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) is available for public review. The UPWP lists the planning activities to be performed by...

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Draft Plan2045 Available for Public Review

The Tri-Cities Area MPO provides opportunities for public input and participation into the transportation planning process. The Draft Plan2045; The Long-Range Transportation Plan for the Tri-Cities Area, is available for public review.  This Plan is data-driven,...

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Title VI, Public Participation Policy, Complaints

The  Tri-Cities Area MPO (TCAMPO) complies fully with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related statutes and regulations in all programs and activities.

The TCAMPO developed a Title VI Plan, and the Title VI coordinator for Crater PDC is responsible for ensuring the plan’s implementation, for coordinating the overall administration of the Title VI Plan and assurances, and overseeing compliance with applicable non-discrimination authorities in each of the metropolitan transportation planning and programming areas. TCAMPO has also adopted a public participation plan in conjunction with the Title VI Plan.

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Public input requested

The Tri-Cities Area MPO is asking for public comments regarding the Draft FY22-27 SYIP RSTP and CMAQ allocations.  The Allocations tables include existing RSTP and CMAQ funded projects.
 
Comments can be sent to Ron Svejkovsky until April 7, 2021.