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News & Updates

  • INCOG is accepting statements of qualifications for a Bike Share Strategic Business Plan. This submittal is for consultant qualifications. Qualifications are to be mailed or delivered to: INCOG, Attn: Jessica Brent; 2 W. 2nd Street, Suite 800, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74103 by April, 11th, 2014 at 5:00pm CST. Provide 1 hard copy of your Statement of
    Qualifications and send an electronic copy to jbrent@incog.org. INCOG will select a consultant or consultants to submit a proposal or interview. To review the RFQ, click here.
  • 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!
  • The Connections 2035: Regional Transportation Plan is now available for viewing. Thank you to the many organizations and committees that submitted valuable feedback during the comment period.

  • FFY 2013-2016 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.

  • FFY 2014 TIP Amendments in PDF format 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.