Greater Madison MPO

WELCOME TO THE GREATER MADISON MPO

The Greater Madison MPO leads the collaborative planning and funding of a sustainable, equitable transportation system for the Greater Madison region. The MPO is responsible for comprehensive planning and decision making to build agreement on transportation investments that balance roadway, public transit, bicycle, pedestrian and other transportation needs to achieve an exceptional quality of life for all within the region.

What's New

Something’s New!

Greater Madison MPO logo

 

You may have noticed that our name, logo, and web address have changed. As the newly minted Greater Madison MPO (formerly Madison Area Transportation Planning Board), we are excited to begin celebrating the results of our recent rebranding.

In addition to creating a fresh, accessible new name and logo, we used the rebranding process to dig deep and define a forward-thinking mission and vision for our work in the region. We also worked with the Capital Area Regional Planning Commission, our sister agency focused on regional land use, to improve future public recognition by coordinating our brands.

We learned a lot and we are grateful to everyone who assisted us in this journey. In the coming weeks and months, we look forward to sharing how we are bringing our new identity to life.

Press Release – MPO and CARPC Announce Joint Rebrand.

 

November 2020

2021-2025 Transportation Improvment Program

2021 MPO Work Program

2021 Draft MPO Public Participation Plan

We need your input!  How do you want to stay informed about MPO news and events, and get involved in MPO plans and projects? The Public Participation Plan identifies the methods and strategies the MPO plans to use to engage the public in our planning and other activities. Please review and comment on the draft plan so that we can ensure ample opportunities to get involved in the regional transportation planning process.

Email comments to the Greater Madison MPO.

October 2020

2020 MPO Title VI Program/Language Assistance Plan

Madison Region COVID-19 Remote Work Survey Summary Report

Read about takeaways from the June 2020 Madison Region Remote Work Survey, which received over 1,800 responses from executives, managers, and staff throughout Dane County. Questions centered on commuting and telework habits, trends, desires, and expectations pre-, during-, and anticipated post-pandemic. Results will be used to inform area agency and business planning moving forward.

 

June 2020

2020 Dane County Bicycle Maps are here.

Now bilingual in Spanish and English!

Please note that we can mail bundles of up to 25 maps and larger orders need to be coordinated for pick-up. People looking for single maps should contact their local bike shop or community center in the coming weeks, as maps are being delivered to those locations.