2018 TAP Applications
City of Jefferson - Missouri Boulevard Sidewalk
City of Jefferson - Industrial Drive Sidewalk Connector
Holts Summit - South Summit School Sidewalk Connection
St. Martins - Business 50 West Bicycle/Pedestrian & ADA Safety Improvements and Resurfacing

Meeting Packets

December 19, 2018 CAMPO Board of Directors Meeting Cancellation Notice
December 6, 2018 CAMPO Technical Committee Meeting Packet

November 14, 2018 CAMPO Board of Directors Meeting Packet

November 1, 2018 CAMPO Technical Committee Meeting Packet

October 17, 2018 CAMPO Board of Directors Meeting Packet

October 4, 2018 CAMPO Technical Committee Meeting Packet
September 19, 2018 CAMPO Board of Directors Meeting Packet

September 6, 2018 CAMPO Technical Committee Meeting Packet
August 15, 2018 CAMPO Board of Directors Meeting Cancellation Notice

August 2, 2018 CAMPO Technical Committee Meeting Cancellation Notice

New Announcements

CAMPO 2045 & Beyond Capital Area Metropolitan Transportation Plan 

CAMPO is in the processes of updating the Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP). The MTP is a long-range plan that assesses regional transportation needs over a twenty-five-year planning horizon.  The MTP sets goals and defines policies, programs, and projects to meet the transportation needs of the CAMPO region as required by Federal law.  The MTP addresses all transportation modes, including the following:
  • Surface Transportation (roads and bridges)
  • Pedestrian and Non-Motorized
  • Air
  • Rail
  • Waterways
  • Freight
In an effort to develop a more robust analysis of potential growth in the region, the CAMPO 2045 & Beyond MTP will utilize scenario planning as part of the update process. Scenario planning is a tool to evaluate different development patterns and measure the impacts of how we are growing or could potentially grow on our region's transportation network, land use, quality of life, and mobility choices.
For more information about the CAMPO 2045 & Beyond Capital Area Metropolitan Transportation Plan and to see how you can get involved in the update process please visit

Old Announcements

Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan

The 2017 update of the Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan was adopted by the CAMPO Board of Directors on December 13, 2017.  It is available for viewing in the CAMPO Plans & Publications section.

JEFF System-Wide Assessment: The JEFF System-Wide Assessment was completed October 3 1st.  A Comprehensive Operations Analysis was conducted as part of the eight-month process.  Two reports, the Existing Conditions Report the Final Report with recommendations, are now available to view. 

The first part of the JEFF System-Wide Assessment, the Existing Conditions Report, has been released and is available to review. A draft version of the Final Report is also available.  A final public meeting seeking input will be held on Tuesday, October 1st at City Hall at 320 E. McCarthy St.  Any comments or questions may be directed to CAMPO staff by calling (573)634-6536 or emailing

The Draft 2017 update of the Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan is now available for review.  There will be a public meeting on October 24 from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Boone-Ban croft Room in City Hall (320 E. McCarthy St. Jefferson City, MO 65101), to prioritize the draft strategies presented in the plan.  

Effective October 2, 2017 - CAMPO staff made an administrative modification to the FY2017 Unified Planning Work Program (PP) to accommodate a roll-over of unspent Surface Transportation Program (STEP) funds from FY2017.  

A 7-day public comment period was opened at the September 20, 2017 Board of Directors meeting. No comments were received. The final version of the FY2017 Unified Planning Work Program is available under "Plans and Publications".

The Program Year 2017 Annual Listing of Obligated Projects has been posted on the web site. This is a listing of projects (including investments in pedestrian walkways and bicycle transportation facilities) that were federally funded.

 The Missouri Department of Transportation (Mo DOT) has announced the Fiscal Year 2017 Transportation Alternatives award projects (TAP). Mo DOT awarded two years of funding (FYI 2017 and FYI 2018) for the rural TAP.  There were 91 applications received with a total federal request of almost $22 million.  There are 36 projects that have been selected totaling approximately $7.6 million in federal funds.

A complete list of awardees for the Mo DOT Central District can be found here.

There is one project in the CAMPO region that was awarded a TAP grant: Missouri Boulevard Sidewalks (from Avery Street to Beck Street on the north side of Missouri Blvd.)

Improvements will include:

  • Two striped and signalized A DA pedestrian crosswalks

  • 2,500’ of 5’ A DA sidewalks along Missouri Boulevard

  • Reconstruction of numerous street and drive approaches

  • Three Transit Shelters and concrete pads

  • Four Bicycle Racks
Examples of this project are shown below:
MO Blvd Example

Old Announcements

The Livable Streets Policy, adopted in the recently pass Capital Area Pedestrian & Bicycle Plan, is available for download. This short, two page document, outlines changes to how CAMPO functions in regards to projects included into the TIP and lays out how CAMPO staff will support and encourage communities in the region to encourage all modes of transportation.


The Posters from the October 13 Pedestrian & Bicycle Plan Open House are available here.

The 2016 Annual Listing of Obligated Projects has been posted. 

On September 21, 2016, the CAMPO Board of Directors passed a resolution amending the CAMPO Bylaws in regard to Letters of Support and Letters of Recommendation. A copy of the resolution can be found here.

The Missouri Boulevard Pedestrian, Bicycle, and Transit Safety Assessment is a collaborative effort by the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization and several planning partners, including; Jefferson City Police Department, Jefferson City Public Works, JEFF (Jefferson City Transit), Missouri Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration, Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Capital Region Medical Center, and Mid-America Regional Council.  It discusses existing safety concerns for pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit users along the study area of Missouri Boulevard, which extends from Missouri Highway 179 to West Main Street.  

The story map is an interactive map showing photographs taken during the safety assessment. 

Story Map Example

On November 10, 2015, a representative from the League of American Bicyclists visited the City of Jefferson with recommendations to make the city a
Bicycle Friendly Community. Click here to view the presentation in pd format. 

On April 15, the CAMPO Board of Directors passed an amended Bylaws and Memorandum of Understanding. Please go to CAMPO Plans to read it!

The 2015 Annual Listing of Obligated Projects, which includes all federally funded projects from the preceding program year (July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015), is now available for perusal.

On July 15, the CAMPO Board of Directors passed by resolution the 2015 Regional Way finding Plan. Please go to CAMPO Plans to read it!

The 2015 Transportation Planning Process Review report by HA and FT A was received by CAMPO.  The report included 8 commendations, 7 recommendations and no corrective actions, which is twice as many commendations and about ½ as many recommendations as in the 2008 Planning Process Review, which included 4 commendations, 13 recommendations and no corrective actions.  Staff appreciates the hard work of the Technical Committee and Board of Directors which contributed to this improvement.  Of note, all 13 recommendations from the 2008 Planning Process Review have been implemented or addressed.  Please go to CAMPO Members Plans and Publications to read it!