The CAMPO People, Planning and Preparing for the Future plan guides development of a comprehensive multimodal regional transportation system by the year 2035. This plan will help us come together as a region to address the transportation challenges ahead, and will ensure that our region continues to receive transportation funding through the US Department of Transportation.
Adopted 2035 Plan
The CAMPO Transportation Policy Board adopted the
2035 Regional Transportation Plan (20 MB) and accompanying
appendices on May 24, 2010. CAMPO has amended the Plan several times since it was adopted:
Amendment 1 approved January 10, 2011
Amendment 2 approved October 10, 2011
Amendment 3 approved April 9, 2012
Amendment 4 approved October 8, 2012 and
Administrative Amendments approved by the CAMPO Director on March 11, 2011
Locally funded project list (as amended through October 8, 2012)
Regionally funded project list (as amended through October 8, 2012)
Illustrative list (as of October 8, 2012)
Paper copies of the CAMPO 2035 Regional Transportation Plan can be purchased with a check for $15 at 505 Barton Springs Road, Suite
700 in Austin, Texas. The printed document includes a CD with Adobe PDF versions of the complete technical report series leading up to
the plan, and the plan's appendices."
Executive Summary of the CAMPO 2035 Plan Click here for a color 8.5 x 11 printable copy.
State of the Centers Report Click here
Scheduled Cycles to request amendments to the CAMPO long-range transportation plan (CAMPO 2035 Regional Transportation Plan) and Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
CAMPO is committed to holding two amendment cycles for both the Plan and the TIP per calendar year. All amendment requests must be submitted using the Plan/TIP Amendment Form. Applicants must also complete the Self Certification Summary and CMP/ITS Compliance Form before their application is considered complete. All three documents should be submitted together in the initial application submittal.
The table below provides the tentative amendment cycle dates through 2015.
It is important to note that CAMPO will stop processing FYs 2013 – 2016 TIP amendment requests after the fall 2013 amendment cycle and 2035 Plan amendment requests after the spring 2014 amendment cycle in order to transition to the FYs 2015-2018 TIP and the 2040 Plan.
If you have any questions regarding amendment requests, please contact staff at campo@CAMPOtexas.org or (512) 974-2275.
Technical Reports and Presentations
Technical Report #1: Needs Assessment, Public Review Draft (13MB)
Needs Assessment, Executive Summary (4 MB)
Evaluación de Necesidades, Sumario Ejecutivo
Technical Report #2: Draft Vision & Policy Framework
Technical Report #3: Public Involvement Strategy
Technical Report #4: Environmental Justice Action Plan
Presentation #1: Round 1 Public Involvement (2.3 MB)
Technical Report #5: Round 1 Public Involvement (rev. May 7) (2.6 MB)
Technical Report #6: Round 2 Development of Alternative Concepts (Full Report) (1 MB)
Technical Report #6: Round 2 Development of Alternative Concepts (Executive Summary) (3 MB)
Reporte Técnico #6: Desarrollo y Evaluación de Conceptos Alternativos (Resumen Ejecutivo) (3 MB)
Technical Report #7: Austin Area Freight Transportation Study (7 MB)
Technical Report #8: Round 2 Public Involvement (1.5 MB)
Technical Report #9: 2008 Toll Road Opinion Survey (1.1 MB)
Technical Report #10: Demographic Review: 2015, 2025, 2035 Forecast (7.7 MB)
draft Executive Summary (Feb,2010) (24 MB)
borrador Resumen Ejecutivo (Mar,2010) (24 MB)
Technical Report #11: Round 3 Public Involvement (2.3 MB)
Adopted Modifications (May 24,2010) (3.8 MB)
For more information about Long Range Planning activities:
Ms. Cathy Stephens
||Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization