Bryan-College Station Mobility Initiative

  

To get ahead of the congestion curve that is closing in on Bryan/College Station, area leaders came together in 2006 to develop a regional concept for transportation operations in the Brazos Valley.

The need is great, as traffic congestion in Bryan/College Station is increasing dramatically due to the tremendous population growth experienced in the last 30 years, as well as the more than one million visitors coming to special events on the Texas A&M campus each year.

Leaders, staff and transportation stakeholders at the cities of Bryan and College Station; the Bryan/College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization; Brazos County; the local district of the Texas Department of Transportation; Texas A&M University; and the Texas Transportation Institute formed a working group that established priorities to move the mobility initiative forward. Congressman Chet Edwards recognized and agreed with this need for more effective transportation planning and coordination in Bryan/College Station. As a result, he took the lead in securing designated funding of $1 million to implement the B/CS Mobility Initiative (BCSMI).

We at BCSMPO are very proud of our role in the BCSMI and the wealth of information available to MPO members and the members of the Public at large:

For up to date News on road closures and construction, or for real-time traffic information we encourage you to visit

 

Bryan-College Station Mobility Initiative