bike mobility survey 2018

BIKE MOBILTY SURVEY 2018


The Plan’s implementation is well underway in the form of a new bicycle network – getting from point A to point B while using a bike in Corpus Christi and Portland.

This short survey is a follow up to our plan's previous outreach efforts. The intent is to help us measure the impact these initial improvements have made on our community since the implementation process began.


TAKE SURVEY
Hurricane Guides

2018
HURRICANE GUIDE


Learn what to do before, during, and after a storm. The key is having a plan...one that includes preparing your home, getting survival supplies, making sure you safeguard critical documents, ensuring your insurance is up to date, and planning for evacuation.


ENGLISH GUIDE

GUÍA EN ESPAÑOL
Link to Harbor Bridge Project website

HARBOR BRIDGE


The project includes replacement of the existing Harbor Bridge and reconstruction of portions of US 181, I-37 and the Crosstown Expressway. The project is now in the final phase which includes the design and construction of the bridge.

When completed, it will be the tallest structure in South Texas and the longest cable stay bridge in the Unites States.


HARBOR BRIDGE WEBSITE
Link to Phase 1 Bicycle Mobility website

STRATEGIC PLAN FOR ACTIVE MOBILITY


UPDATED March 22, 2018: The Bicycle Mobility Plan prescribes a cohesive, 298-mile network that links key destinations in the Coastal Bend and is designed to foster cycling as a meaningful and safe transportation alternative for riders of diverse abilities.


BICYCLE MOBILITY PLAN
Link to SH 358 Reconstruction website

SH 358 RECONSTRUCTION


A portion of SH 358, also known as South Padre Island Drive (SPID), is being reconstructed within the city limits of Corpus Christi in Nueces County.

The 15-mile project begins north of Leopard Street and continues to just east of Flour Bluff Drive, with the most significant improvements occurring between Ayers Street and Nile Road.


SH 358 RECONSTRUCTION
Link to Metropolitan Transportation Plan

2015-40

Long-range planning over a horizon of 20 or more years.


Link to the Transportation Improvement Program

FY 2019-2022

Short-range plan with anticipated federal funding.


Link to the Unified Planning Work Program

FY 2019-2020

Our comprehensive one-year planning program.


11 SEPTEMBER

FY 2019-2020 TIP

The FY 2019-2020 Transporation Improvement Program (TIP). MPO's short-range plan.

region's project plan
22 OCTOBER

TPC MINUTES

The Transportation Policy Committee October 17, special meeting minutes are available for download.

tpc minutes
22 OCTOBER

TAC NOTES

The Technical Advisory Committee October 18, meeting notes are available for download.

meeting notes
08 NOVEMBER

TPC MINUTES

The Transportation Policy Committee November 1, meeting minutes are available for download.

tpc minutes
09 NOVEMBER

TAC AGENDA

The Technical Advisory Committee will hold a meeting on November 15, 2018. Public invited.

tac agenda

2018 HOLIDAY
OFFICE CLOSURES

Closed November 22-23, for the Thanksgiving Holiday. We will reopen
on Monday, November 26, at 8 a.m.

Closed December 24-25, for the Christmas Holiday. Reopening on Wednesday, December 26, at 8 a.m.

Closed January 1, 2019, New Year's
Day. Reopening on Wednesday,
January 2, at 8 a.m.

JOB OPPORTUNITY

The Corpus Christi Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is seeking an experienced professional to serve as MPO Transportation Planning Director.
As director of the Metropolitan Planning Organization, the incumbent manages and performs the administrative and technical tasks in establishing and maintaining a continuing, cooperative, and comprehensive transportation planning process that consider all transportation modes and supports community development and social goals. These plans and programs shall lead to the development and operation of an integrated, intermodal transportation system that facilitates the efficient, economic movement of people and goods in the Corpus Christi Transportation Management Area (TMA).

VIEW FULL JOB DESCRIPTION

2018 HURRICANE SEASON - BE PREPARED, DEVELOP A PLAN

The 2018 Hurricane season runs June 1st through November 30th. The peak threat for the Texas coast exists from August through September. NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center is forecasting a 75-percent chance that the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season will be near- or above-normal.

The tabs below provide life saving information in case our area is threaten by a hurricane or severe weather.

Texas Department of Transportation’s Hurricane Information webpage provides important hurricane preparedness brochures, evacuation maps for Corpus Christi, Aransas Pass, Port Aransas and surrounding areas. Links to State and Federal Emergency Management Officials.

ACCESS EVACUATION MAPS & BROCHURES

The Corpus Christi – Nueces County Emergency Alert Program enables citizens to get time-sensitive information about emergencies and other important community news straight from local officials. Whether it is severe weather, unexpected road closures, missing persons or evacuations you will know.

SIGN-UP FOR EMERGENCY ALERT PROGRAM

If you will need help evacuating in the event of a hurricane, dial 2-1-1. If you have a disability or special health care need and require assistance to get out. If you cannot drive and cannot arrange transportation. If you do not have a vehicle and you have no one else to help you evacuate. Register today!

TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANCE REGISTRY

Learn what protective measures to take before, during and after an emergency. Make a plan and stay informed for emergencies. Build a kit for disasters and make a family communications plan. Department of Homeland Security.

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has created the National Hurricane Center website which monitors the Eastern Pacific and Atlantic for tropical cyclone activity. View real-time satellite imagery, of the Atlantic-Caribbean Sea-Gulf of Mexico, for cyclone activity.

NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER

PUBLIC NOTICE #7

The Corpus Christi Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) hereby seeks public input on the proposed changes to transit projects on the behalf of the Corpus Christi Regional Transit Authority (CCRTA) for purposes of amending the FY 2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and the 2015-2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP).

VIEW PUBLIC NOTICE #7

ABOUT US

Every metropolitan area with a populat-ion of more than 50,000 residents must have a designated Metropolitan Planning Organization for transportation in order to qualify for federal highway or transit assistance. The Corpus Christi Metro-politan Planning Organization is the MPO for the Corpus Christi urbanized area and covers portions of Nueces and San Patricio counties.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

FEATURED MPO ARTICLES

Since the Corpus Christ MPO developed a 298-mile Bicycle Mobility Network for its greater metropolitan area. The Bicycle Mobility Network has been profiled in publications by the Transportation for America and the Federal Highway Administration.

READ MPO ARTICLES

COASTALBEND IN MOTION

Visitors to the Strategic Plan for Active Mobility Phase 1: Bicycle Mobility Plan project website can view/download the Bicycle Mobility Plan (updated regularly), get insight to the public engagement process, view implementation status map depicting the current build-out of the Bicycle Mobility Network and also provide feedback using interactive online tools.

COASTALBEND IN MOTION

TRAFFIC COUNTS PORTAL

The Corpus Christi MPO has created a GIS-based interactive map of local traffic counts within the City of Corpus Christi. Traffic data is collected by the Corpus Christi Traffic Engineering Department. Other layers include Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) annual average daily traffic (AADT) and average daily traffic (ADT) counts on TxDOT-maintained roads.

TRAFFIC COUNTS PORTAL