Texas Urban Mobility Plan (TUMP)

The TUMP is the result of the Texas Legislature's HB 3588 which passed in 2003.  The TUMP is a state-based initiative that requires each of the seventeen (17) smaller metropolitan areas of Texas to develop locally conceived, comprehensive regional mobility plans to quantify long-range needs within their areas and to develop a shorter-range prioritized listing of projects aimed at improving mobility and air quality impacts, as well as reducing traffic congestion during the next 25 years.  In short, the TUMP seeks to quantify additional needs beyond the BCSMPO's financially constrained 2025 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP).

Read the TUMP, use the following link:

TX Urban Mobility Plan 08-02-06.pdf