Metropolitan Transportation Plan

The Metropolitan Transportation Plan, or MTP, is updated every five years. The MTP is a long-range fiscally constrained transportation plan.

The MTP defines how the region's transportation system will develop over at least a 20-year period. The MTP must be based on goals and objectives developed through a visioning process. This process must include input from the public and private sectors, and be coordinated with the goals and objectives of local and state long-range plans. Destinations 2045 (the 2045 MTP) was approved by the Policy Board on December 4, 2019.

You are welcome to view Destinations 2045 and its accompanying maps by using the following links.

2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan Amendment Two



The MPO is currently seeking public comment on the 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) Amendment Two.  The MTP is the regional transportation planning document that analyzes existing conditions, determines what kind of transportation network will be needed to serve the Bryan/College Station area for the next 25 years and selects projects for funding. The MTP is being amended to remove the Bush/Wellborn grade separation project from the Fiscally Constrained Project list and add a note to the table that both the Texas Department of Transportation Bryan District and the B/CS MPO consider this to be the region’s highest priority unfunded project.  The public review and comment period begins on Friday, August 28, 2020, at 8 a.m., and ends on Tuesday, October 6, 2020, at 5:00 p.m.

View the amended tables for the 2045 MTP Amendment Two (pdf) here.

To comment on the Transportation Improvement Program please fill out the comment form