REGIONAL PARKWAY MOBILITY CORRIDOR


As envisioned, this parkway would be an at-grade facility. It could accommodate vehicles and possibly mass transit, bicycles, and/or pedestrians. Reduce congestion and facilitate regional mobility, connectivity and system linkages, accommodate potential economic and population growth and address safety issues and provide an alternate hurricane evacuation route.


SEE REGIONAL PARKWAY
Link to survey

UNDERSTANDING YOUR TRANSPORTATION NEEDS


With your help, we can better understand the things that impact how you travel in your area and your opinions of the transportation system will help set the transportation needs of the community, both now and in the future.

TAKE OUR SURVEY

TOME NUESTRA ENCUESTA

Link to Harbor Bridge Project website

US 181 HARBOR BRIDGE PROJECT


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
11 SEPTEMBER

FY 2019-2022 TIP

The FY 2019-2022 Transporation Improvement Program (TIP). MPO's short-range plan.

region's project plan
06 SEPTEMBER

TAC MINUTES

The Technical Advisory Committee's August 28th Special Meeting Minutes are availble for viewing.

tac meeting minutes
09 SEPTMBER

TPC MINUTES

The Transportation Policy Committee's September 5th Meeting Minutes are availble for viewing.

tpc meeting minutes
12 SEPTEMBER

TAC MEETING

A Technical Advisory Committee meeting will be held Thursday, September 19 at 9 a.m.

tac agenda packet
17 SEPTEMBER

TPC VIDEO

The Transportation Policy Committee's September 5th meeting video is available for viewing.

tpc meeting video

2019 HURRICANE SEASON IS HERE! - BE PREPARED, DEVELOP A PLAN

The 2019 Atlantic Hurricane season officially 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 near-normal season with most likely 9 to 15 named Storms, 4 to 8 Hurricanes, and 2 to 4 Major Hurricanes.

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

Citizens should prepare a plan well in advance of an evacuation. Stay informed about weather conditions and advisories. Know Corpus Christi's hurricane evacuation route maps and contraflow plan.

For City of Portland including Aransas Pass and Port Aransas Evacuation Route Map, click HERE

CITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI EVACUATION ROUTES & ZONE MAPS

A Local Emergency Planning Committee or LEPC, is a partnership between citizens, local government and industry to enhance hazardous materials preparedness. LEPCs are mandated organizations that consist of emergency responders, industry, government, education, media, and community groups.

LOCAL EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMITTEE

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

View real-time satellite imagery, of the Atlantic, Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico for cyclone activity.

NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER

CORPUS CHRISTI

AIR QUALITY GROUP REPORT

The Group addresses National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) ozone attainment issues for the Corpus Christi airshed. The Group works collaboratively to design and deliver effective strategies to maintain NAAQS for ozone that are suitable for the region.

VIEW 2019 REPORT

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

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

NEW MPO DIRECTOR

Robert MacDonald

The Corpus Christi MPO Transportation Policy Committee has appointed Robert MacDonald, MPA, PE, as the new Transportation Planning Director.

Join us in welcoming Mr. MacDonald to the Coastal Bend Region.
Tel. (361) 884-0687 Ext. 105
E-mail: rmacdonald@cctxmpo.us

MACDONALD BIOS