CORPUS CHRISTI R/UDAT REPORT


The following report provides a narrative summary of the Corpus Christi R/UDAT project, including a series of key recommendations the community can prioritize moving forward to achieve its aspirations for North Beach, the SEA District, the adjacent neighborhoods, the historic downtown, and the surrounding area.


REPORT & PRESENTATION

LEARN ABOUT ROUNDABOUTS


Statistically, roundabouts are much safer for drivers and pedestrians than both traffic circles and traditional intersections. Roundabouts have shown to reduce fatal crashes by 90 percent, injury crashes by 75 percent, and pedestrian crashes by 30 to 40 percent.

Learn why Roundabouts are the safest type of at-grade intersection.


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HARBOR BRIDGE PROJECT


The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), Corpus Christi District, is determining whether the Harbor Bridge, which spans the Corpus Christi Ship Channel at U.S. 181, should be replaced. A Feasibility Study completed by TxDOT in 2003 concluded that U.S. 181 and the Harbor Bridge must be improved to maintain a safe and efficient transportation corridor.


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2010-35

Long-range planning covers over a period of 20 or more years.


FY 2013-16

Short-range plan projects for which federal funds are anticipated.


FY 2015

Our comprehensive one-year planning program.


UNDERSTANDING YOUR TRANSPORTATION NEEDS SURVEY

The MTP, is a long-range plan that spans a 25 year horizon. It is designed to assess the needs of the Corpus Christi Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) study area and guide the development of a comprehensive multimodal transportation system. The plan’s update complies with the law while simultaneously offering communities in the study area an opportunity to assist us and ensure that our transportation planning investments are responding to our local evolving needs and expectations. Download the Draft Report from the link below.


SURVEY REPORT

CORPUS CHRISTI LIVABILITY SUMMIT

The FHWA Texas Division hosted a sixth Livability Summit in Corpus Christi, Texas on October 15, 2014 at the Congressman Solomon P. Ortiz International Center. Approximately 79 participants attended the event including university researchers, students, city, county, State, Federal governments, consultants, elected officials, and local residents. The summit provided an opportunity for participants to learn about the Region 6 Partnership for Sustainable Communities, Federal funding and technical assistance, and regional planning efforts already underway to implement livability and sustainability within the Corpus Christi region.


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DRAFT MTP

2015-2040

Public input and comments were solicited at last Thursday’s (October 16th) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) meeting and will be solicited again at the Thursday, November 6, 2014, 1:30 p.m. meeting of the Transportation Policy Committee (TPC) at Corpus Christi City Hall Council Chambers located at 1201 Leopard Street in Corpus Christi, TX 78401.


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24 FEBRUARY

NEW WEBSITE

The Corpus Christi MPO launches new website. Let us know what you think, we appreciate your feedback.

feedback
12 SEPTEMBER

CANCELLATION

The Transportation Policy Committee's scheduled meeting of October 2, 2014 has been cancelled.

cancellation notice
17 SEPTEMBER

TPC MINUTES

The Transportation Policy Committee (TPC) minutes of the September 4th meeting are available for review.

tpc minutes
08 OCTOBER

2015-2040 MTP

The Corpus Christi MPO is seeking public input and comments on the 2015-2040 MTP, 25-year long range plan.

2015-2040 mtp
14 OCTOBER

TAC NOTES

The Technical Advisory Committee's (TAC) meeting notes from September 18, 2014 are available for review.

tac notes
31 OCTOBER

TPC MEETING

The Transportation Policy Committee (TPC) will be having a public meeting on Thursday, November 6, 2014.

tpc agenda