FY 2015 Proposed Amendment #1

Public Involvement Notice Notice is hereby given that the Cache Metropolitan Planning Organization (CMPO) intents to amend its 2015 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The amendment will potentially add up to $4.6 Million Federal Surface Transportation Program Funds (plus required local match) to the 200 East project to construct new roadway … Continue reading

FY 2015 TIP Open for Public Comment

The Cache Metropolitan Planning Organization’s (CMPO) draft copy of the 2015 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) available for public review.  The TIP contains a programmed listing of State and federal-aid highway, bicycle/pedestrian and transit projects for the Logan Urbanized Area. In addition, this program has been determined to be … Continue reading

Local Planning Financial Assistance (Call for Proposals)

The Cache Metropolitan Planning Organization announces the availability of local planning financial assistance.  Financial assistance is available to support local governments in their efforts to create livable communities and support the Cache Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) Vision. The CMPO Executive Council has allocated a total of $65,000 to be made … Continue reading

Request for Proposal for On-call Consulting services for Travel Demand Modeling & Transportation Planning Techncial Assistance

The Cache Metropolitan Planning Organization (CMPO) is soliciting proposals from qualified consultants for on-call consulting services providing Travel Demand Modeling/Transportation Planning service. The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to establish contract(s) with one or more qualified consultants, for the purpose of assisting the CMPO in short order … Continue reading

Notice of CMAQ Funding Availablity

The CMPO is accepting project funding proposals for federal Congestion Mitigation Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) funds to be used for projects that 1) provide traffic congestion relief, 2) projects improving the diversity and/or usefulness of travel mode other than single occupant vehicles 3) projects showing demonstrable air quality benefits. FOLLOW … Continue reading