To ensure the safety of our residents and staff, we will be cancelling all non-essential, in-person meetings and open houses until further notice. Planning projects will continue on schedule, with any in-person meetings or events taking place remotely, as it allows. In the meantime, please feel free to contact us via email with any questions or concerns.
For more COVID-19 updates, you can stay informed through the City/County Health Department web site and information line at 406-258-INFO.
Long Range Transportation Plan: Missoula Connect Updates
If you were unable to attend the kickoff First Friday History of Transportation & Planning exhibit, please visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MissoulaConnect to share what's most important to you when it comes to getting around Missoula.
For more details on the plan update and future ways to get involved, click here.
2016 Long Range Transportation Plan Amendment #4
Amendment #4 to the 2016 Long Range Transportation Plan includes information for the Mullan BUILD project and addresses funding received through the BUILD grant.
For more information on the BUILD grant project, check back here for a public website launch in the next couple of weeks.
For more information and to view the 2016 Long Range Transportation Plan, click here.
Proposed Amendment to the 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Program
The TIP is a federally mandated document required to be prepared by MPOs, outlining the priority list of projects, project segments, and programs to be carried out over a five-year period based on anticipated federal funding. Although federal legislation stipulates that the TIP must be updated every two years, Missoula has typically updated the program annually. The most recent approved TIP covers the federal fiscal years 2020 through 2024 and was adopted by TPCC on August 20, 2019.
East Missoula Highway 200 Corridor Plan
Thursday, February 6 was the first of three public input phases, this event consisted of a brief informative presentation and a variety of discussion stations to help gather community input on perspectives and experiences within the Highway 200 Corridor from Van Buren St to Tamarack Rd.
To provide additional comments, you can share your ideas about specific places along Highway 200 via Social Pinpoint.
Click here to visit the Social Pinpoint website!
For more information on this project and additional opportunities to comment and get involved, click here.
Reserve Street Community Input Project
Provide comments, stay up to date, and learn more about the project here.