The Transportation Policy Committee is the designated MPO. The Corpus Christi Transportation Plan was originally comprised of five signatories: the City of Corpus Christi, the City of Portland, the County of Nueces, the County of San Patricio and the Texas Department of Transportation. To be fully multi-modal, the MPO included CCRTA and the Port of Corpus Christi in the transportation planning process. Census 2000 changed the Urbanized Area Boundary (UAB) as well as the Metropolitan Area Boundary (MAB) which includes the City of Gregory. Gregory is represented by the San Patricio County Judge and County Commissioner on the Transportation Policy Committee and Technical Advisory Committee, respectively.Corpus Christi MPO Boundary
The City's Geographic Information System (GIS) is a computer based tool that provides map and database information for mapping and analysis purposes. Updated July 3, 2019.City of Corpus Christi GIS Map Site
TxDOT annually collects, on average 82,000 short term, traffic counts, 1,000 manual traffic counts and more than 300 long-term counts. We collect data 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to support federal, state, regional and local transportation entities. Updated October 24, 2016.TxDOT Transportation Planning Mapping Site
An excellent reference displaying TxDOT's current transportation infrastructure.TxDOT Statewide Planning Mapping Site
For GIS data pertaining to the Corpus Christi Study Area, please submit for data below. Data can include, but is not limited to: GIS shapefiles, Excel tables, or Transcad files. Please specify what data type or shapefiles in your request. We will respond promptly to any data request.