Plans and Publications

The Capital Area Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan is intended as a resource to improve safety, connectivity, and mobility for pedestrian and bicycle users in the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) planning area.

The Regional Wayfinding Plan is the culmination of nearly two years of work and incorporates the robust public input gathered during this time to identify destinations and districts in the CAMPO region as well as the final sign designs.

The 2017 Unified Planning Work Program summarizes the upcoming planning activities to be carried out by the MPO and associated budget.  It is updated annually and developed cooperatively among the MPO planning partners.

The 2035 Metropolitan Transportation Plan is the multimodal transportation plan addressing a 20 year planning horizon that is developed, adopted and updated by the MPO through the metropolitan transportation planning process.

The 2017 Coordinated Public Transit Human Services Transportation Plan  is  a  locally  developed transportation plan that has as its goal the enhancement of existing transportation services through agency coordination and addressing the unmet transportation needs  of  the  elderly,  disabled,  and  low-income populations. 

The 2018-2022 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a 5-year financial program of transportation projects to be implemented within the MPA, which are funded by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Administration (FTA), or are deemed ‘regionally significant.’ Find more information here.

MPOs are required, under Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21), to publish an Annual Listing of Obligated Projects FY 2015 which funds have been obligated in the preceding year as a record of project delivery and progress report for public information and disclosure.

CAMPO Civil Rights / Non-Discrimination Information
Title VI Complaint Procedure outlines the complaint process.
Please use the Title VI Complaint Form to file a complaint.
CAMPO Title VI Brochure
Federal Highway Administration Title VI Brochure
Title VI Program - Approved February 15, 2017
Limited English Proficiency Plan - Updated February 19, 2014