- 2012 Long Range Transportation Plan
- 2011 Missoula Active Transportation Plan
- MATP Implementation Committee
- Transportation Improvement Program
- Unified Planning Work Program
- Missoula Urban Area Traffic Count Program
Staff prepares a long range Transportation Plan every three years. This document contains a financially constrained plan that looks at all federal and state resources expected to be received over the next 20 years, and lists projects that could be completed using the anticipated funding.
The 2011 Missoula Active Transportation Plan (MATP) replaces the
previous 2001 Non-Motorized Transportation plan. It provides guidance
for the public and private
development of active transportation facilities in the Missoula Metropolitan Planning
Area within the context of the Missoula County Growth Policy. It also informs the
MPO's Long Range Transportation Plan, which addresses all modes of transportation
over a twenty‐five year time horizon. The MATP lays out the community's vision for the bike and pedestrian components of the larger, multi‐modal transportation
system, recommends new policies and designs and provides a list of proposed projects from which the MPO can draw in prioritizing federal aid transportation funding for bike and pedestrian infrastructure.
The 2011 Missoula Active Transportation Plan fills the need for
current policy and
planning recommendations for an active transportation system that helps meet that
community vision. As used in this Plan, “active transportation” means any form of
human-powered transportation—walking, travel by wheelchair or other assistive device, biking (assisted by transit as needed)—and a host of strategies that are supportive of these modes, including connectivity, street design and the proximity of trip origins and appealing destinations.
Missoula Active Transportation Plan Implementation Committee:
Per the implementation section of the MATP, an Implementation Committee (MATPIC) was formed after the adoption of the plan to insure continued action and coordination of efforts to pursuant to the goals of the plan. The committee will meet on a quarterly basis with the aim of implementing the items listed within the MATP Implementation Matrix and addressing various issues related to active transportation as they may arise.
MATPIC member organizations include:
- Adventure Cycling Association
- ASUM Transportation
- Bike Walk Alliance Missoula
- Business Improvement District
- City Bike and Pedestrian Advisory Board
- City Bike and Pedestrian Office
- City Parks and Recreation Department
- City Public Works Department
- City-County Health Department
- City Office of Neighborhoods
- Missoula Advocates for Sustainable Transportation
- Missoula Chamber of Commerce
- Missoula Community Forum
- Missoula County Parks and Recreation
- Missoula County Public Schools
- Missoula County Public Works
- Missoula Downtown Association
- Missoula Institute for Sustainable Transportation
- Missoula to Lolo Trail Alliance
- Missoula Police Department
- Missoula Redevelopment Agency
- Montana Department of Transportation
- Specialized Transportation Advisory Committee
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP):
What is the TIP? The TIP lists transportation projects and programs to be carried out within the Missoula urban area during the next five-years. The TIP lists projects according to the funding sources (federal, state and local) used to pay for each project.
OPG prepares a TIP annually that contains a five-year program of projects. The time period coincides with the Federal Fiscal Year which runs from October 1 through September 30.
- FINAL FFY 2011-2015 TIP Amendment 3 (10/25/2012)
- FINAL FFY 2011-2015 TIP Amendment 2 (01/04/2012)
- FINAL FFY 2010-2014 TIP (02/09/2010)
Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP):
The UPWP describes transportation planning activities within the Missoula area during the UPWP 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 2013 UPWP Amendment 1 (1/24/2013)
- FY 2012 UPWP
- FFY 2011 UPWP AMENDMENT (06/2010)
- Final FFY 2011 UPWP (10/28/2010)
- FY 2010 UPWP Final (10/14/09)
- FFY 2009 Unified Planning Work Program - (approved by TPCC September 16, 2008)
- FFY 2008 Unified Planning Work Program - (approved by TPCC September 18, 2007)
- Interactive Traffic Count Map - The Portable Document Format version of this map has been discontinued. Please refer to the Google Earth files on Transportation Map web page.
- Traffic Counts 2000-2011 (Updated 06/06/2012) The spreadsheet is in PDF format and shows current and historical information.
- Traffic Count Map (Updated 8/11/05) Use your browser's zoom tool to enhance your view of this PDF file
- Non-Motorized Transportation Count Program - A volunteer assisted biannual traffic count of non-motorized transportation. For more information on the program and the findings click here.
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