The Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) is a long-range planning document that the MPO develops to identify a set of projects and programs to enhance all modes of travel in the region. The MTP identifies projects and policies for implementation by the WFMPO over the next 25 years. This edition spans years 2020 through 2045.
Environmental Justice Analysis Report - MPO Roadway Projects. The goal of Title VI/Environmental Justice (EJ) is to ensure that services and benefits are fairly distributed to all people regardless of race, national origin, or income, and that they have access to meaningful participation. This report identifies projects which meet environmental justice requirements and provides analysis on local impacts. This document is updated annually.
The socio-economic forecast is a comprehensive breakdown and tabulation of population and employment date for the WFMPO area. This data covers a 25 year period (5 year intervals) and is used to develop the MTP Update and goes into updating the Travel Demand Model.
The Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) identifies in a single document the annual transportation planning activities that are to be undertaken in the Wichita Falls Metropolitan Area in support of the goals, objectives and actions established in the Long-Range Transportation Plan. In short, it is an outline of the transportation planning activities that will be conducted by the Wichita Falls Metropolitan Planning Organization and its professional staff over the course of one year.
This document was mandated by FHWA. It was developed by the WFMPO for the local area using guidelines established in Texas Metropolitan Mobility Plans (TMMP) created by the 8 largest MPOs within the state (TMA MPOs).
The goal of this plan is to define a process for providing citizens, affected public agencies, representatives of public transportation groups, freight shippers, providers of freight transportation services, private providers of transportation, representatives of users of public transportation, representatives of users of pedestrian walkways and bicycle transportation facilities, representatives of the disabled, and other interested parties with reasonable opportunities to be involved in the metropolitan transportation planning process.
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is the metropolitan area program of projects and project segments to be implemented within each three-year period after adoption of the program. The program includes a financial plan that demonstrates how the program can be implemented.
The Wichita Falls Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) determined a need to include a bicycle master plan in its 2005 –2030 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP). The Wichita Falls MPO wanted a bicycle plan in order to support the annual “Hotter’n HellHundred” race, as well as to provide alternative transportation for those wanting options to the single occupant vehicle and additional facilities for those wanting recreational options.