Greater Madison MPO

Welcome to the Greater Madison Metropolitan planning organization (MPO)

The Greater Madison Metropolitan Planning Organization 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 at MPO

Applying for Section 5310 Funding

The MPO, in cooperation with Metro Transit, administers the Section 5310 Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Program, which provides formula funding to states and large MPOs to improve mobility for seniors and individuals with disabilities. Applications for funding are due on Monday, August 12, 2024, at 8 a.m.

If you plan on applying, we encourage you to watch the recording of our joint presentation with Metro Transit, which outlines the application process, project selection/scoring, and ongoing reporting requirements of this funding. If you have any further questions, contact Ben Lyman via email.

The MPO's Draft Regional Safety Action Plan

The MPO's draft of the Regional Safety Action Plan is now available. The plan provides a strategic blueprint using a data-driven approach for creating a safer environment for all roadway users. It includes strategies such as prioritized infrastructure improvements, outreach and education campaigns, and policy changes aimed at reducing traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries.

The MPO Releases 2023 Annual Report

Check out our first-ever Annual Report! It explains what transportation planning is, highlights projects and initiatives from 2023, and talks about what we have planned for 2024.

The MPO's Dane County Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Plan

Our Dane County Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Plan was approved for release and adopted in March 2024. The plan outlines current trends in the electric vehicle (EV) market and explains what municipalities need to do to prepare for the rise in EVs and how to build out charging infrastructure at the local level.

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