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  • The Connected 2045: Regional Transportation Plan is now available for viewing.

    INCOG, in coordination with the Tulsa regional stakeholders, agencies developed the 2045 Regional Transportation Plan Update (Connected 2045 Plan) for the Tulsa Metropolitan Area, identifying goals, strategies and projects eligible for federal funding. The plan is developed with input from the Port of Catoosa, Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority and other Cities and Counties that are in the Tulsa region.

    Copies of the plan draft are available at INCOG’s office, 2 West 2nd Street, Suite 800, Tulsa, OK 74103 between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., or online at http://www.incog.org/Transportation/documents/Connected2045.pdf or by calling (918) 584-7526 or e-mail to Transportation Division at incog@incog.org.

    This notice satisfies the FTA & FHWA Program of Projects requirements for public involvement. The public is invited to review the proposed regional transportation plan, Connected 2045 Plan, and submit written comments by letter, fax or e-mail until 5:00 pm, Friday, October 6, 2017.

    Click here for more information.


    REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
    INCOG REGIONAL TRAIL BRANDING & SIGNAGE

    INOCG is seeking a qualified firm or consultant for the creation of a unique regional brand and a manual instructing design guidelines for a graphically unified family of signage and wayfinding devices. In general, the scope of signage and wayfinding mechanisms to be included in this proposal are encouraged to include the following and will be capable of expansion to other signage and graphic needs for Northeastern Oklahoma in the future.

    • Assist regional governments to improve navigation for all active transportation users
    • Aid in the creation of consistent signage and wayfinding across a range of mediums
    • Create a sense of connectivity and direction
    • Guide individuals to landmarks, facilities and other amenities
    • Establish a visual consistency with regional cities and park logos
    • Promote walking, bicycling and other means of active transportation by highlighting links to multi-use trails.
    • Establish a maintenance plan for signage

    Proposals are to be mailed or delivered to: INCOG, Attn: Jane Ziegler; 2 W. 2nd Street, Suite 800, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74103 by April 19, 2019 at 5:00pm CST. Provide 1 hard copy of your proposal and send an electronic copy to jziegler@incog.org.

    Click here for the RFP Design Manual Guidelines

    FAQ:
    If a social media campaign where to be used for public outreach:
    Q: Would the selected consultant structure the outreach out of an existing INCOG-owned page or a new page?
    A: If each municipality or organization would like to create a social media outreach, it would be on their individual social media accounts and websites.

    Q: Would any ad budget be covered by the consultant or is there a budget for such campaigns?
    A: Once we have a logo and design guidelines manual, it would be up to each municipality or organization to budget for social media.

    Q: Are there any internal surveying systems that INCOG prefers or would we need to deploy a new system?
    A: INCOG currently does not have an internal surveying system.

    Q: How would sponsors come into play for the trail system?
    A: It would be up to an individual, foundation or business if they would like to fund implementation of signage. Usually the donating entity reaches out to the municipality or organization.

    Q: Is this something that needs to be addressed in the design strategy, or will it need to be defined by the steering committee?
    A: Please refer to Task 2 on page 4 of the RFP.

    Q: From a design standpoint, what are the physical constraints of the signage? Are there any major restraints or concerns that would affect the design of the sign?
    A: There are no physical constraints that INCOG is aware of. This would be a decision on a municipality or organizational level.


    Tulsa C.A.N. Plan
    INCOG Area Agency on Aging was one out of ten agencies selected in August 2018 to receive the National Aging and Disability Transportation Center “Getting Ready to Innovate Grant”. The Tulsa C.A.N. (Creating Access to Nutrition) Plan identified solutions to serve and connect older adults and people with disabilities living in food deserts in Tulsa to healthy food sources, building new partnerships and community involvement, and finding solutions that improve accessibility to be replicated in other food desert areas within the region.
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    Click here for The Tulsa C.A.N. Plan



  • 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 2018-2021 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

  • FFY 2017: 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). 

A Citizen's Guide to Transportation Planning - Learn more about Transportation Planning and how you can become involved with this guide offered by the Federal Highway Administration.

The following video (approximately 6 minutes) provides a good overview of the transportation planning process for metropolitan areas.

 

The Transportation Planning Process Key Issues: A Briefing Book for Transportation Decisionmakers, Officials, and Staff (FHWA and FTA Document) - Learn more about the issues and requirements in the transportation planning process for metropolitan areas.