TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES GRANTS NOW OPEN
INCOG has opened the application window for Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) grants for FY15-16. There is $2.2 million available to local governments, school districts, transit agencies, and tribal governments to complete bicycle and/or pedestrian projects that serve a transportation purpose. The project must be located within the INCOG Urbanized Area (black hashed area). See the Urbanized Area Map here. A minimum 20% local match is required. Maximum grant request is $500,000 per project. Applications are due May 20, 2016. The application can be downloaded here. PDF Format / Word Format
The Regional Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan will become the roadmap for the region's next 20 years of bicycle and pedestrian network. Get informed and engaged with our Walkshops and public input tools. Visit www.tulsatrc.org/goplan.
Have you checked out the new Transportation Resource Center? Visit www.tulsatrc.org to see our new Web site that provides a one-stop-shop for resources on different transportation modes like biking, walking, riding transit and ride share!
FFY 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Available Online - The TIP is available in pdf form here.
INCOG's Travel Demand Model- Click here to view the Powerpoint presentation.
FFY2015:Latest Transportation Improvement Program Amendments available here
FFY 2016: Transportation Improvement Program Amendments available here
About Transportation Planning
INCOG was designated by the governor of Oklahoma as the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Tulsa region in accordance with federal law. As the MPO, INCOG, in cooperation with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) and Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority (MTTA), is responsible for the development of regional transportation plans and programs for the Tulsa Transportation Management Area (TMA).