Now Available – 2017 Transportation Work Program

The 2017 Transportation Work Program outlines the work efforts of the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission for the next year. The document also includes the transportation planning studies that will be undertaken in the East Central Region by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, local communities, or consultants to them. The Annual Work Program provides the basis for setting the annual commission budget and dues levy and for adopting tan annual staffing plan. The work program serves as the basis for funding assistant applications from various federal and state agencies. Funding shares are identified for individual work items taking into account assistance eligibility, sharing formulas, and the total grant amount available. Through cooperative review by the FHWA, WisDOT, and related state agencies, this work program is accepted by all participating agencies. The contents of this document do not necessarily reflect the official views or policy of the U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.

Fox Cities TIP Proposed Resolution No. 21-16

Comments regarding the proposed resolution will be accepted until October 24, 2016.Read More

2017 Section 5310 Application

The 2017 Application for Section 5310 is now available online through Blackcat® Grants Management System for Rural, Small Urban and the urbanized areas of Appleton, Green Bay, and Milwaukee. For more information please see the Section 5310 program page.Read More

TIP Amendment Review

NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO REVIEW AMENDMENT TO THE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP) FOR THE FOX CITIES TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT AREA – 2016 East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission, the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Fox Cities Transportation Management Area, is preparing to amend the adopted 2016 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The amended TIP would include projects that will receiveRead More

2015 Transportation Work Program now available

The transportation work program outlines the work efforts of the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission for the next year. The document also includes the transportation planning studies that will be undertaken in the East Central Region by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, local communities, or consultants to them. The Annual Work Program provides theRead More

2014 ECWRPC Work Program & Budget

This document outlines the work efforts of the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission for the next year. The document also includes the transportation planning studies that will be undertaken in the East Central Region by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, local communities, or consultants to them. The Annual Work Program provides the basis for setting theRead More

Public Participation Plan Adopted

The purpose of this Public Participation Plan (PPP) is to establish procedures that allow for, encourage, and monitor participation of all citizens in the Fox Cities and Oshkosh Urbanized 2 Areas, including but not limited to low income and minority individuals, and those with limited English proficiency. While traditional means of soliciting public involvement mayRead More

Bike/Ped Plan Public Information Meetings Set

What Bicycle/Pedestrian Connections Need To Be Made Or Improved In the Fox Cities and Oshkosh Region? We’ve arranged three different dates and places for you to come tell us! Tuesday, November 27th, 2012 5:30-7:30 pm UW-Fox Valley – Student Union 1478 Midway Road, Menasha Wednesday, December 5th, 2012 5:30-7:30 pm Oshkosh City Hall – RoomRead More

Adopted 9/10/12 – Bike/Ped Public Participation Plan (PPP)

In 2011, the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission was awarded a bicycle pedestrian facilities planning (BPFP) grant by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation to develop a bicycle and pedestrian plan for the Fox Cities and Oshkosh Urbanized Areas/Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs).  This plan will identify needed safe and efficient bicycle and pedestrian connections betweenRead More

2012 TIP Documents Now Available

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