End theStreak Texas

THE 3 DEADLY DRIVING BEHAVIORS


Deadly driving behaviors on the road, one mistake is all it takes to destroy lives.

How can we end the streak? Most crashes and fatalities are due to impaired driving, speeding, and distracted driving or failure to use seat belts. In other words, they’re preventable. Ending the Streak is in your hands. Learn more at the EndTheStreakTX website.


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Link to adopted 2021 Program for Addressing Discrimination

2021 PROGRAM FOR ADDRESSING DISCRIMINATION (PAD)


The Adopted 2021 PAD provides an overview of Environmental Justice (EJ), Limited English Proficiency (LEP) and Achieving Racial Equity (ARE) concepts, definitions of Title VI and associated nondiscrimination acts, and how Title VI, EJ, LEP and ARE, are incorporated into the metropolitan transportation planning process.


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Link to Harbor Bridge Project website

US 181 HARBOR BRIDGE PROJECT


The project includes replacement of the existing Harbor Bridge and reconstruction of portions of US 181, I-37 and the Crosstown Expressway.

When completed, it will be the tallest structure in South Texas and the longest cable stay bridge in the Unites States.


HARBOR BRIDGE WEBSITE

Metropolitan
Transportation
Plan (MTP)

Transportation
Improvement
Plan (TIP)

Unified Planning
Work Program
(UPWP)

Performance
Measures: PM1
PM2 & PM3

17 NOVEMBER

TAC MEETING

The Technical Advisory Committee will hold a regular meeting on November 17, 2022, at 9:00 am CST.

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01 DECEMBER

TPC MEETING

The Transportation Policy Committee will hold a regular meeting on December 1, 2022, at 2:00 pm CST.

tpc meeting
15 DECEMBER

MEETING CANCELLED

The Technical Advisory Committee meeting scheduled for December 15, 2022, has been CANCELLED.

cancellation notice
23 & 26 DECEMBER

CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY

MPO offices will be closed on Friday and Monday, December 23rd and 26th, for the Christmas holiday.

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ABOUT US

Every metropolitan area with a populat-ion of more than 50,000 residents must have a designated Metropolitan Planning Organization for transportation in order to qualify for federal highway or transit assistance. The Corpus Christi Metro-politan Planning Organization is the MPO for the Corpus Christi urbanized area and covers portions of Nueces and San Patricio counties.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

CONGESTION MANAGEMENT PROCESS

A Congestion Management Process (CMP) is a federally required effort for metropolitan areas that are designated as Transportation Management Areas (TMAs). A TMA is a Census Bureau designated urban area with more than 200,000 residents. This Congestion Management Process will aid the region in managing traffic in the Corpus Christi region.

CONGESTION MANAGEMENT PROCESS

MPO PLANNING AREA

The Corpus Christi MPO's Metropolitan Area Boundary (MAB) is the area in which the metropolitan transportation planning process must be carried out, per the Federal Highway Administration. It comprises the cities of Corpus Christi, Portland, and Gregory as well as portions of Nueces and San Patricio Counties.

METROPOLITAN AREA BOUNDARY MAP

TRAFFIC COUNTS PORTAL

The Corpus Christi MPO has created a GIS-based interactive map of local traffic counts within the City of Corpus Christi. Traffic data is collected by the Corpus Christi Traffic Engineering Department. Other layers include Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) annual average daily traffic (AADT) and average daily traffic (ADT) counts on TxDOT-maintained roads.

TRAFFIC COUNTS PORTAL