Below is the link to the Transportation Alternatives Program/Category 9 Call for Projects questions with responses from the proposer’s conference held on February 1st, 2016. Category 9 Questions with Responses.Read more →
The Killeen-Temple Metropolitan Planning Organization (KTMPO) is responsible for establishing a comprehensive transportation planning process for the greater area around Killeen and Temple. The MPO is comprised of a Transportation Planning Policy Board and a Technical Advisory Committee whose members are community and county elected officials and/or are appointed by those officials.
The KTMPO boundary covers all of Bell County, parts of Coryell and Lampasas counties, portions of Fort Hood and encompasses the following cities: Bartlett, Belton, Copperas Cove, Harker Heights, Holland, Kempner, Killeen, Little River-Academy, Morgan’s Point Resort, Nolanville, Rogers, Salado, Temple, and Troy.
PUBLIC NOTICE The Central Texas Council of Governments, on behalf of the Killeen–Temple Metropolitan Planning Organization, is soliciting project proposals for: Federal Highway Administration Transportation Alternatives Program (FY 15/16/17) General Information: The Killeen–Temple Metropolitan Planning Organization hereinafter referred to as KTMPO serves as the planning organization for the federally designated Transportation Management Area locatedRead more →
KTMPO is seeking the following amendments to the 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) and FY 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP): Amendment Summaries: Statewide Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) The Cities of Belton and Nolanville and the Village of Salado were awarded Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) funds through TxDOT’s 2015 Statewide TAP Call for Projects. Below isRead more →
On Thursday, December 4th, 2015, Senate approved a five-year, $305 billion highway bill that calls for spending approximately $205 billion on highways and $48 billion on transit projects over the next five years. Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST), the first long term national transportation spending package in a decade, passed by a 83-16 tally. On DecemberRead more →