The Peoria/Pekin Urbanized Area Transportation Study (PPUATS) has opened its Public Participation Plan (PPP) Update for public review and comment. The PPP describes the continued efforts and sets forth the policy of PPUATS to involve public officials, community leaders, organizations, and area citizens in the transportation planning process.
The review and comment period begins May 22, 2017 and ends on July 6, 2017. During that period all questions and comments, written or oral, should be directed to:
Tri-County Regional Planning Commission
Attn: Public Participation Plan Update
The draft document may be viewed here.
The Title VI Program is a federal requirement that no person shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from transportation plans or activities.
The Peoria/Pekin Urbanized Area Transportation Study (PPUATS) must re-evaluate and update its Title VI Program every three years. The 2015 update can be found below.
The Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) is prepared for the Peoria-Pekin Urbanized Area Transportation Study (PPUATS) every five years, and represents the programming of transportation improvements for the years 2015-2040.
Find the full document and learn about how the plan was put together on our LRTP page.
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a program of highway and transit projects that is prepared for the Peoria-Pekin Urbanized Area Transportation Study (PPUATS) each year. The purpose of the following documents is to identify all street/highway and transit projects plus related enhancement projects programmed for each four-year period.
The FY2018-2021 TIP was adopted by the PPUATS Policy Committee on July 17, 2017.
The Unified Work Program (UWP) is prepared annually to direct day-to-day work of the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). It lists the transportation planning projects and budget of TCRPC staff. The Peoria Pekin Urbanized Area Transportation Study (PPUATS) oversees the work of the projects listed in the UWP.
The MPO is required by Federal regulations to publish an annual listing of obligated projects for which Federal funds have been given in the preceding year. This report helps provide increased transparency of government spending on transportation projects and strategies to state and local officials, and to the general public. In order to realize this federal objective, a proactive approach to sharing information with the public in a user-friendly format has been provided in this report.
View a list of Previously Obligated Projects here.
The purpose of the Surface Transportation Program is to allocate funds on an annual basis to the Peoria Urban Area through the Illinois Department of Transportation. It is the intent of the program to direct funds toward projects which will have benefit to the entire region, as opposed to projects which only benefit single communities.
The FY21-22 STU award process is currently underway. A call for projects was released to PPUATS members in January 2017 and concluded February 2017. All submitted applications are viewable below.
The TAP provides funding for programs and projects defined as transportation alternatives, including on- and off-road pedestrian and bicycle facilities, infrastructure projects for improving non-driver access to public transportation and enhanced mobility, community improvement activities, and environmental mitigation; recreational trail program projects; safe routes to school projects; and projects for planning, designing, or constructing boulevards and other roadways largely in the right-of-way of former Interstate System routes or other divided highways.
The Call for Projects for the 2015 TAP has closed. For questions regarding the TAP, please contact Ryan Harms at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Human Services Transportation Plan (HSTP) is a comprehensive, locally-developed strategy for public transit for elderly, disabled, and low-income persons.
Find the document and learn more about the planning process on our HSTP page.
The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission's Congestion Management Process (CMP) is intended to serve as an organized and transparent way for our planning area to identify and manage congestion, connect performance measures to support funding for projects, and evaluate recommended strategies to ensure we are effectively addressing congestion.
View TCRPC's Congestion Management Process here.
TCRPC has established a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) policy. DBEs are for-profit small business concerns where socially and economically disadvantaged individuals own at least a 51% interest and also control management and daily business operations. The DBE policy will be used in contracts utilizing US Department of Transportation funds.
View the Disadvantage Business Enterprise policy here.
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