Transportation - Current Activities
- 2012 Long Range Transportation Plan Update
- 2012 Transportation Demand Management Review
- Non-Motorized Traffic Count Program
- FFY 2011 Unified Planning Work Program
- Transportation Improvement Program
- EPA Clean Diesel Grant Program
The update process has begun. The MPO will be working with LSA Associates, in partnership with Cambridge Systematics and Crandall Arambula, to assist in the LRTP update. For more information on the LRTP process and upcoming public meetings please follow the link below.2012 Long Range Transportation Plan Update
Transportation demand management (TDM) is the application of strategies, policies, and technologies to reduce travel demand and strain on the transportation network of a city. The Transportation Policy Coordinating Committee (TPCC) has requested a comprehensive review of the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) services in Missoula and a set of recommendations for improving service delivery.
We need the help of valued community members to help us
collect this data!
We need the help of valued community members to help us collect this data!
Fall 2012 counts will occur:
Tuesday, September 11th from 4-6 p.m.
and Saturday, September 15th from noon-2 p.m.
volunteer please fill out the contact form located
To volunteer please fill out the contact form located here.
The Missoula Metropolitan Organization (MPO) is getting ready to once again conduct non-motorized traffic counts in May and September of this year.
Last year, volunteers stationed at 17 locations throughout Missoula counted all bicycle riders, pedestrians and all other forms of human-powered travel. The non- motorized traffic count is part of a larger effort to enhance the transportation demand model with local data for non-motorized traffic.
Non-motorized traffic counts will help us determine how much, where and what facilities are used in our community and what our needs are for enhancing, or improving our non-motorized system. Having this data will better inform our future planning and funding decisions.
AADT is a standard measure of traffic volumes and is thus useful in comparing traffic volumes counter locations. For more on how AADT is calculated, please visit the National Bike Pedestrian Documentation Project for information regarding count methodology
September 2010 Non-Motorized Traffic Counts Results
May 2010 Non-Motorized Traffic Counts Results
The 2011 UPWP describes transportation planning activities within the Missoula area during the 2010 program year, which runs from October 1 through September 30. The UPWP is divided into several work elements, such as program support and administration, service, transportation demand management, and air quality. This transportation planning document guides transportation work and is a detailed annual management document for planning and administrative projects.
FY 2010-2014 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
The TIP contains transportation planning projects within the Missoula area during the fiscal years 2010–2014.