Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP)


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.  The Final 2010-2035 MTP was approved by the Policy Committee on December 2, 2009.

 

You are welcome to view the 2010-2035 MTP and its accompanying maps by using the following links.


BCSMPO 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (Full document)

Maps:

Map_3.1_Demographic_Change.pdf

Map_4.1_Congested_Facilities.pdf

Map_4.2_TAMU_Off-Campus_Bus_Routes.pdf

Map_4.3_Brazos_Transit_District_Routes.pdf

Map_4.4_Special_Generators.pdf

Map_4.5_IH_14_Gulf_Coast_Hwy.pdf

Map_4.6_Brazos_County_Railroads.pdf

Map_4.7_TCR_Recommended_Alternatives.pdf

Map_4.8_Accident_Locations.pdf

Map_4.9_EJ_Communities.pdf

Map_6.1_Fiscally_Constrained_Projects.pdf