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



On October 7, 2020, the MTP was 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.  

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


2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan Administrative Revision



On March 28, 2022, the MTP was amended to update the FM 158 project on the fiscally-constrained table. 

View the amended table for the 2045 MTP Administrative Revision (pdf) here.


Draft 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan Amendment Three



The Bryan/College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization (B/CS MPO) is seeking public comment on the Destinations 2045: Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) Amendment Three. The MTP is being amended to show total project costs in our Fiscally Constrained tables. To meet the requirement to show total project costs and improve overall transparency, there are two changes being made to the MTP.  First, in the fiscally constrained project table, two columns are being added. The first column is Additional Project Funding Provided By Others which covers the non-construction costs. The second column is Total Project Costs which adds construction and non-construction costs. Second, text was added to Chapter 6C to explain what the non-construction costs are and that the MPO is using 20% of construction costs to reflect additional funding provided by others (Texas Department of Transportation, localities, etc.) needed to deliver projects.  The public review and comment period begins on Tuesday, April 26, 2022 at 8:00 a.m., and ends on Monday, May 23, 2022 at 5:00 p.m.

View the draft fiscally constrained project list for the 2045 MTP Amendment Three (pdf) here.
View the draft fiscal constraint section of the 2045 MTP Amendment Three (pdf) here.

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