Evansville Metropolitan Planning Organization

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Public Notice

07/18/16

Kentucky Draft STIP 2017-2020

The Kentucky FY 2017-2020 Draft Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is available for public review and comment from July 18 through August 16, 2016. The Draft STIP may be viewed at the EMPO office and is available online at: Draft Kentucky STIP

Title VI

Compliance

Notification to the public of their rights under Title VI

Project Update

Want to know more about the latest significant transportation projects in your area?

The project update provides the current status for active projects within the region.

Upcoming Events

8 04, 2016

Technical Committee Meeting

Thursday 10:00 a.m. Civic Center Complex, Room 318, 1 NW Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Evansville, IN 47708

When Available: Agenda

8 04, 2016

Policy Committee Meeting

Thursday 4:00 p.m. Civic Center Complex, Room 301, 1 NW Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Evansville, IN 47708

When Available: Agenda

Call for Projects

The Evansville MPO is announcing a Call for Projects for fiscal years 2019 and later. Project applications are due Wednesday, August 17, 2016. Eligible applicants include local jurisdictions in Vanderburgh, Warrick, and Henderson counties.


Due with the Call for Projects application is a Letter of Financial Commitment. Download the template below for sample language and instructions.


Revised Public Participation Plan:

The Public Participation Plan contains the MPO policy for the provision of meaningful participation in transportation planning and related activities.

METS Transit Study

The Metropolitan Evansville Transit System (METS) has completed a Comprehensive Operational Analysis (COA)

Bike and Pedestrian Plan

Planning effort to make the region more bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly. The Plan is concerned with improving the safety and viability of bicycling and walking.

Access Management Manual and Development Guide

This document provides standards for local public agencies to use to guide decisions regarding access by vehicles, transit buses, bicycles and pedestrians to private developments and existing or proposed public right-of-ways.