CAMPO 2045 & Beyond Metropolitan Transportation Plan- Adopted June 19, 2019.
CAMPO is responsible for long range multimodal transportation planning in an area that includes five communities, portions of two counties, and a population of more than 73,000. The CAMPO 2045 & Beyond Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP), updated every five years, is the Long Range Transportation Plan for CAMPO. Looking to a 2045 planning horizon, and through a large amount of stakeholder and public input, the MTP anticipates transportation trends and needs throughout the CAMPO Region and includes goals and strategies to meet those needs.
2019 Unified Planning Work Program - Adopted May 16, 2018 - Modified February 20, 2019
The UPWP 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.
2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Program- Adopted June 19, 2019
The TIP is a 5-year financial program of transportation projects to be implemented within the Metropolitan Planning Area (MPA), which are funded by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Administration (FTA), or are deemed "regionally significant." Find more information here.
Annual Listing of Obligated Projects FY 2019
Annual Listing of Obligated Projects FY 2018
Annual Listing of Obligated Projects FY 2017
Lists projects for which funds have been obligated in the preceding year as a record of project delivery and progress report for public information and disclosure.
2017 Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan - Adopted December 13, 2017
This 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.
2016 Capital Area Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan
The plan is intended as a resource to improve safety, connectivity, and mobility for pedestrian and bicycle users in the region.
- Executive Summary of the Capital Area Pedestrian & Bicycle Plan
- Livable Streets Policy
- Jefferson City Strategies
- St. Martins Strategies
Public Participation Plan
Language Assistance Plan
CAMPO Memorandum Of Understanding - Amended April 15, 2015
CAMPO Bylaws - Amended September 21, 2016
2015 Regional Wayfinding Plan
Wayfinding Design Intent Drawings
2016 Missouri Boulevard Pedestrian, Bicycle, and Transit Safety Assessment
Local Jursidictions' Plans and Publications
2017 JEFFTRAN Comprehensive Operations Analysis - Existing Conditions Report
2017 JEFFTRAN Comprehensive Operations Analysis - Final Report with Recommendations
2015 Planning Process Review
2013 Callaway County Sidewalk Assessment conducted by the Mid-MO Regional Planning Commission
2010 Cole County Master Plan
2013 Cole County Sidewalk Assessment conducted by the Mid-MO Regional Planning Commission
City of Holts Summit Preliminary Long Range Transportation Plan
City of Holts Summit 2014 Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Transit Plan
City of Jefferson's Comprehensive Plan
City of Jefferson Sidewalk Plan 2010
City of Jefferson Bike Lanes Guide
Jefferson City Parks and Recreation -
2007 Greenway Master Plan (Parks)
Transit Feasibility Study - JEFFTRAN
CAMPO Planning Area Map
2013 Central District Bicycle Route Map
2013 MODOT Central District Traffic Volume Map
2013 Functional Classification System for Jefferson City
2013 Callaway County Rural Functional Classification Map
2013 Cole County Rural Functional Classification Map
Urban Geographies (common MPO geographic boundary definitions)
General Highway Map - Cole County Map
General Highway Map - Callaway County Map
Other County Maps
Incident Area MapsDemographic Information
Jefferson City Demographics
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