MPO Public Participation Process

It is the purpose of the MPO Public Participation Plan (PPP) to provide the citizens of the Metropolitan Planning Area an opportunity to voice their opinions and express their concerns about the transportation issues of the Metropolitan Planning Area’s multimodal and intermodal transportation planning vision and initiatives.

The MPO was responsible for the preparation of this PPP, with guidance given by local and county officials, the MPO Transportation Technical Committee (TTC), Policy Board, Environmental/Cultural Agencies, interested parties, and citizens

The information in this plan represents the first step in a continuing participation process that will be reviewed and modified annually. The purpose of a PPP is to serve as a guiding document to receive public input throughout the Metropolitan Planning Area.

In order to view any of these files, please download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Please express any comments you may have about the MPO Public Participation Process by contacting us, or by e-mailing us at mpo@simpco.org

SRTPA/SRTS Public Participation Process

It is the purpose of the SRTPA Public Participation Plan (PPP) to provide the citizens of the region an opportunity to voice their opinions and express their concerns about the transportation issues of the region’s multimodal and intermodal transportation planning vision and initiatives.

SRTPA was responsible for the preparation of this PPP, with guidance given by local and county officials, the SRTPA Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC), Policy Board, Environmental/Cultural Resource Agencies, interested parties and through citizen input.

The information in this plan represents the first step in a continuing participation process that will be reviewed and modified annually. The purpose of a PPP is to serve as a guiding document to receive public input throughout the region.

In order to view any of these files, please download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Please express any comments you may have about the SRTPA Public Participation Process by contacting us, or by e-mailing us at simpco@simpco.org.