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Transportation Development Credits Available in the CAMPO Region

Background Transportation Development Credits (TDCs) can be used to fulfill some or all of the federal matching fund requirements normally associated with the use of federal highway and transit reimbursements for eligible capital, operating and planning activities (23 U.S.C. §120). By fulfilling the requirement for a non-federal share of a federally funded transportation project, the…
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Regional Mobility Summit to Kick-off 2040 Planning Process

For additional information, please contact Bryce Bencivengo, Community Outreach Coordinator 512.974.2282 c: 512.900.4544 Email Bryce FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE First Published Tuesday July 16, 2013 The Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization will be holding a Regional Mobility Summit on Friday May 17, 2013 from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at the Palmer Events Center. The event…
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150 Central Texans Attend Regional Mobility Summit

For additional information, please contact Bryce Bencivengo, Community Outreach Coordinator 512.974.2282 c: 512.900.4544 Email Bryce FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE First Published Friday May 17, 2013 AUSTIN, TX – Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization hosted a Regional Mobility Summit that more than 150 people attended. This event brought elected officials, transportation professionals, community leaders and members of…
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Help Develop a Transportation Plan for the Region

For additional information, please contact Bryce Bencivengo, Community Outreach Coordinator 512.974.2282 c: 512.900.4544 Email Bryce FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE First Published Tuesday July 16, 2013 The Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) recently deployed an online survey to collect input on goals and challenges for the regional transportation system.  This survey kicks off public involvement for…
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CAMPO Starts Public Comment Period on Various Amendment Requests

For additional information, please contact Bryce Bencivengo, Community Outreach Coordinator 512.974.2282 c: 512.900.4544 Email Bryce FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE First Published Wednesday September 4, 2013 The Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization has received requests to amend two of their planning documents. The Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the Capital Area Rural Transit System, the City of Round…
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2040 Vision and Goals Survey Results

First Published 10/7/13 The first step in the 2040 planning process is to create a vision and a set of goals for the plan to adhere to. As a part of this process, CAMPO opened a survey to the public for more than two months to gauge how the public thought we did with the…
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I-35 Tops List of Texas Roads with Longest Delays

First Published 10.1.13 Each year the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) creates a report of the top congested segments across Texas. This year I 35 from US 183 to SH 71 ranked as the most congested segment in Texas. In addition, the CAMPO region had 11 other roadways on the list, which are included in the…
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TPB Holds First Work Session on 2040 Plan

Austin, TX  – The Transportation Policy Board for the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization held its first work session of the 2040 Regional Transportation Plan development process. This first session was working toward creating a vision statement and a set of goals for the 2040 Plan. The vision and the goals help to frame out…
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