The Waco Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) coordinates transportation planning activities for all of McLennan County. Click here for a map showing the Metropolitan Area Boundary.

The MPO was established by the federal government to ensure that transportation decisions within the MPO area are performed in a continuing, comprehensive and cooperative process. The MPO provides a forum for local input into the expenditure of federal highway and transit dollars.

The MPO is governed by a 20 member Policy Board who adopts all MPO plans and programs and determines regional transportation policy. For a current list of Policy Board members, click here.

The Policy Board

The Policy Board receives technical recommendations regarding specific projects and all plans and programs from the MPO Technical Committee. For a current list of Technical Committee members, click here.

See the meetings page for information regarding the next scheduled Policy Board and Technical Committee meetings.

“Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21)” provides funding for project construction, transit programs, and planning activities. It also identifies the primary goals of the MPO and governs its activities. For more information on MAP-21, visit the Federal Highway Administration.



Metropolitan Area Active Transportation Plan (ATP)

The ATP will provide a framework for improving walking and biking conditions in the Waco Metropolitan Area through the year 2045. We are collecting public input on how to improve the pedestrian and bicycle experience, including expanding the network of bicycle lanes, multi-use paths and sidewalks.  Comments regarding the ATP will be accepted through 5 p.m., Friday, April 28.

Comments regarding the ATP will be accepted through 5 p.m., Friday, April 28. Comments should be directed to Christopher Evilia and may be submitted via the following methods:

Fax: (254) 750-1605
Phone: (254) 750-5651
Mail: Waco Metropolitan Planning Organization
  P.O. Box 2570
  Waco, Texas 76702-2570

Active Transportation Plan (Comments accepted through 5 p.m., Friday, April 28)

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