Plans and Publications

Plans and Publications


2017 Unified Planning Work Program
The UPWP lists the transportation studies and tasks that MPO staff and member agencies will perform to support the metropolitan transportation planning process. This document is updated annually.

2016-2019 Transportation Improvement Program
MPOs use a TIP to identify transportation projects and strategies they will pursue over the next four years. These projects reflect the investment priorities detailed in the MTP. All projects receiving Federal funding must be in the TIP. The TIP is updated every other year.

2036 Metropolitan Transportation Plan
The MTP identifies how the region intends to invest in the transportation system over a twenty year planning horizon. The metropolitan transportation planning process engages the public and stakeholders on an ongoing basis in all
facets of planning to contribute ideas. This document is updated every five years.

Public Participation Plan
The Public Involvement Plan outlines how the MPO works to achieve essential public participation in all planning activities. It also recommends methods to engage the public during the regional transportation planning decision making process.

Limited English Proficiency Plan


Title VI Program
Title VI regulations are a suite, or collection, of several federal regulations that guide federal programs. Title VI refers to a specific section of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, but it is more than only the one law. All agencies that receive federal funds must comply with the Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987 and all relevant Executive Orders. Much of transportation funding comes from the federal government, which in turn funds local projects. It is the full intent of the St. Joseph Area Transportation Study Organization (SJATSO) to operate its program without regards to race, color, and national origin.

FY 2015 Annual Listing of Obligated Projects



South Joplin Transportation Study