ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE 2040 MTP and to the 2017-2020 TIP
The Sherman-Denison MPO is proposing an amendment to the 2040 MTP and to the 2017-2020 TIP. The MPO will host a public meeting to seek public comment on the proposed amendment on:
Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at 5:00 PM.
The meeting will be held at:
Grayson County Courthouse, Assembly Room
100 W. Houston St.
Sherman, TX 75090
Click HERE to see the proposed TIP Amendment.
Click HERE to see the proposed MTP Amendment.
To make a comment please click the the button below that says "Give Us Your Input".
Reports, Articles and Topical Data of Interest
Below are some articles that might be of interest to MPO members and the general public:
CONGRESS PASSES AND PRESIDENT SIGNS NEW FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION BILL
The new federal transportation bill entitled "Fixing America's Surface Transportation Act" or FAST Act was signed into law by the president on December 4th. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has developed a website to provide pertinent information to interested parties.
Click HERE to go to the FHWA website.
The Association of MPOs (AMPO) has developed a summary of the FAST Act. To see the summary click HERE.
To read some interesting transportation facts about the state of Texas click on the image to the right.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE:
- Curious about basic transportation statistics and trends? Click on the image to the left and see the 2015 Pocket Guide to Transportation published by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics
- Want to know the latest recalls from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration? Click here to open the link!
STATUS OF PROJECTS IN GRAYSON COUNTY
The Texas Department of Transportation tracks all of its projects on an ongoing basis. To find out the status of projects in Grayson County go to the link below and choose "View Highway Projects by", select by county, then choose "Grayson County".
MPO staff will occasionally place presentations below that might be of interest to the public-at-large and/or MPO Board or TAC members.
To see a brief presentation on how MPOs came to be click here