Serving as a regional partnership among the United States Department of
Transportation, Texas Department of Transportation, transit agencies,
elected leaders, local planning and development staff and the community
across the three-county planning area, the MPO leads in the development
of the region's short and long-range transportation planning efforts. The
MPO also participates in the continuing discussion about issues such as
land use, economic development, resource preservation, safety and
security and health as they relate to transportation planning. The Permian
Basin Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is the federally-
designated transportation planning agency for the approximately 600
square miles and more than 275,000 people in the Metropolitan Area.
The Permian Basin MPO is currently seeking proposals from qualified individuals or firms to assist with Public Involvement in the Transportation Planning Process. Please review the request for proposals document for more information.
PROPOSED I-20 CORRIDOR PROJECTS
Technical Advisory Committee Meeting: June 6, 2019 @ 8 AM
Policy Board Meeting: May 20, 2019 @ 4 PM
|Disclaimer: Please be aware that the Permian Basin MPO recently changed its name and is going through the process of updating its documents. All references to Midland Odessa Transportation Organization (MOTOR) Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) refer to the renamed Permian Basin Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO).|