Brown County Planning Commission / Green Bay MPO

Brown County Planning Commission / Green Bay MPO The Brown County Planning Commission is the Metropolitan Planning Organization's (MPO) Policy Board.

A Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is a federally mandated and funded transportation policy-making organization that is made up of representatives from local government and transportation interests. Transportation law requires a MPO be established for any urbanized area (UZA) with a population over 50,000. Federal law created MPOs in order to ensure that existing and future expenditures of

governmental funds for transportation projects and programs are based on a continuing, cooperative, and comprehensive (“3 C”) planning process.

10/02/2023

The Brown County Planning Commission/Green Bay Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) has released the Draft 2024-2028 Transit Development Plan (TDP) for the Green Bay Metro System for public review and input.

What is a TDP? A TDP is a five-year plan that examines various aspects of the system including level of service, fare structure, operating and capital needs, paratransit program, and budget.

Input received from riders and non-riders earlier this year helped guide the recommendations contained in the plan.

You can access the draft report here.http://www.public.applications.co.brown.wi.us/plan/planningfolder/transpotation/TDP/DRAFT%202024-2028%20TDP%20W%20MAPS%2009182023.pdf

You are invited to attend a Public Information Meeting and Public Hearing.

Wednesday, October 18th, 2023
Green Bay Metro Transportation Center
901 University Avenue
4:45 P.M.

The meeting will include:
1. Overview of the TDP
2. Question and Answer Session
3. Public Hearing: Register your comments

If you are unable to attend the public meeting you may submit written comments by November 6, 2023 to Lisa J. Conard, Brown County Planning Commission, PO Box 23600, Green Bay, WI 54305-3600.

08/22/2023

The Brown County Planning Commission Board of Directors /Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has released the DRAFT 2024-2027 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area.

What is a Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)?

A Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a multi-year financial program that designates the schedule for obligating federal funds to state and local projects. The TIP contains funding information for road improvements, transit capital and operating assistance, transportation programs for seniors and individuals with disabilities, and transportation alternatives such as bicycle facilities, sidewalks, trails, and Safe Routes to School activiities. The MPO staff updates the TIP annually.

A copy of the draft report can be found at:

http://www.public.applications.co.brown.wi.us/Plan/PlanningFolder/Transpotation/TIP/2024-2027%20DRAFT%20TIP%20with%20Tables%20and%20Maps%2008222023.pdf

In 2022, over $57,000,000 in federal funds were obligated to surface transportation projects in the Green Bay Urbanized Area.

Comments regarding the TIP can be submitted electronically or by mail by September 22, 2023 to:

Lisa J. Conard, Principal Planner
[email protected]
Brown County Planning Commission/Green Bay MPO
305 E. Walnut Street Room 320
Green Bay WI 54305-3600

Please contact Lisa J. Conard at (920) 448-6480 if you have any questions regarding the TIP.

08/21/2023

The Brown County Planning Commission/Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has released the Draft Major Amendment #5 to the 2023-2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area. Public comments are welcome by September 6, 2023. Please feel free to contact Lisa J. Conard at 920 448 6489 or [email protected] if you have any questions or comments.

A digital version of the amendment can be viewed by clicking on the following link:

Please provide your input for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Active Transportation Plan 2050.  Foll...
06/19/2023

Please provide your input for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Active Transportation Plan 2050. Follow the link below to take the survey.

https://connect2050.wisconsindot.gov/plan/atp2050

Thank you for your time.

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) is updating the Wisconsin Bicycle Transportation Plan and Wisconsin Pedestrian Policy Plan, and combining them into the Wisconsin Active Transportation Plan 2050 (ATP).

05/23/2023

The Brown County Planning Commission/Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has released the Draft Mid-Year Major Amendment #4 to the 2023-2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area. Public comments are welcome by June 7, 2023. Please feel free to contact Lisa J. Conard at 920 448 6489 or [email protected] if you have any questions or comments.

A digital version of the amendment can be viewed by clicking on the following link:

Come to the Brown County agency fair today and meet Green Bay Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) staff.  Speak wit...
04/25/2023

Come to the Brown County agency fair today and meet Green Bay Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) staff. Speak with us and learn about the MPO and transportation planning throughout the Green Bay Metropolitan Planning Area (MPA) and the County.

04/20/2023

The Brown County Planning Commission/Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has released the Draft Major Amendment #3 to the 2023-2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area.

Public comments are welcome by May 3, 2023. Please feel free to contact Lisa J. Conard at 920 448 6489 or [email protected] if you have any questions or comments.

03/29/2023

Cheers to 50 Years!

GBM 50th Anniversary

Monday, April 3
9:00am-6:00pm

Transit Passenger Center

Join us for Snacks, Trivia & Prizes

You are invited to comment and are advised of a public hearing on the DRAFT Green Bay Metropolitan Planning Organization...
03/17/2023

You are invited to comment and are advised of a public hearing on the DRAFT Green Bay Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Title VI Non-Discrimination Program and Limited English Proficiency Plan.

What is a Title VI Non-Discrimination Program and Limited English Proficiency Plan?

The MPO is required to comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and all related regulations. The purpose of these regulations is to assure that no person or groups of persons shall, on the grounds of race, color, and national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any and all programs, services, or activities administered by the MPO, regardless of whether those programs and activities are federally funded or not.

A copy of the DRAFT report can be found at:

www.browncountywi.gov/BCPCGreenBayMPO_TitleVI

Comments regarding the plan can be submitted electronically to [email protected], by phone (920) 448-6487 or mail by May 3, 2023:

Ker Vang, Senior
Brown County Planning Commission/Green Bay MPO
305 E. Walnut Street Room 320
Green Bay WI 54305-3600

The public hearing and draft will be presented to the Brown County Planning Commission Board of Directors (MPO Policy Board) for approval consideration on:

Wednesday, May 3, 2023 at 6:30 p.m.
Green Bay Metro Transportation Center
901 University Avenue
Green Bay, WI 54302

Thank you for your participation and input.

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TDP Public Input and Informational Meetings The Brown County Planning Commission is updating the Transit Development Pla...
03/01/2023

TDP Public Input and Informational Meetings

The Brown County Planning Commission is updating the Transit Development Plan (TDP) for the Green Bay Metro System. The purpose of the plan is to guide improvements for Metro over the next five years.

You are invited to attend a public meeting in which the results of the public survey will be shared, and an overview of the system will be provided. Attendees are encouraged to ask questions. The meeting will be held on:

Thursday, March 9 at 5:15 pm
Tuesday, March 14 at 4:45 pm

Both meetings will be held at:

Green Bay Metro
901 University Avenue, Green Bay

If you have not already, you are invited to complete a survey at:
https://tinyurl.com/GreenBayMetroBCPCGreenBayMPO

Comments are always welcome: ATTN: TDP, Green Bay Metro, 901 University Ave., Green Bay, WI 54302.

You still have time to tell us what you think about the Green Bay Metro transit system!Green Bay Metro and the Brown Cou...
03/01/2023

You still have time to tell us what you think about the Green Bay Metro transit system!

Green Bay Metro and the Brown County Planning Commission are in the beginning stages of preparing a Transit Development Plan. The purpose of the plan is to guide improvements for Metro for the next five years.

Whether you ride or not, you are invited to participate in a brief online survey and online mapping exercise. The online mapping exercise will allow you to place a dot on the map and enter comments regarding current service, transfer points, bus shelters, bus stops, or any other aspect of the system. To access the survey and map go to:

02/14/2023

The Brown County Planning Commission/Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has released the Draft Major Amendment #2 to the 2023-2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area. Public comments are welcome by March 1, 2023.

Please feel free to contact Lisa J. Conard at 920 448 6489 or [email protected] if you have any questions or comments.

A digital version of the amendment can be viewed by clicking on the following link:

01/31/2023

Tell us what you think about the Green Bay Metro transit system!

Green Bay Metro and the Brown County Planning Commission are in the beginning stages of preparing a Transit Development Plan. The purpose of the plan is to guide improvements for Metro for the next five years.

Whether you ride or not, you are invited to participate in a brief online survey and online mapping exercise. The online mapping exercise will allow you to place a dot on the map and enter comments regarding current service, transfer points, bus shelters, bus stops, or any other aspect of the system. To access the survey and map go to:

https://tinyurl.com/GreenBayMetroBCPCGreenBayMPO

If you are unable to access the survey or map and wish to share comments, please do so by mailing or dropping the paper survey off by February 28:

Paper Survey:http://www.public.applications.co.brown.wi.us/plan/planningfolder/transpotation/TDP/Passenger%20Online%20Survey%20Final.pdf

ATTN: TDP, Green Bay Metro, 901 University Avenue, Green Bay, WI 54302.

11/22/2022

The Brown County Planning Commission/Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has released the Draft Major Amendment #1 to the 2023-2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area. Public comments are welcome by December 7, 2022. Please feel free to contact Lisa J. Conard at 920 448 6489 or [email protected] if you have any questions or comments.

A digital version of the amendment can be viewed by clicking on the following link:

11/07/2022

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING
THE DRAFT PLAN/APPLICATION FOR BROWN COUNTY’S
2023 SPECIALIZED TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANCE FOR COUNTIES
(STATE STAT. 85.21) GRANT

All interested persons are invited to comment and are advised of a public hearing on the draft plan/application for Brown County’s 2023 Specialized Transportation Assistance for Counties (State Stat. 85.21) Grant.

The purpose of the public hearing is to inform and receive comment about the PALS Department’s proposed plan for spending Brown County’s 2023 Specialized Transportation Assistance Grant of $624,312.40, Brown County’s match of $114,862, and Curative Connections’ match of $10,000 to provide transportation services for seniors and people with disabilities in Brown County.

The projects that are proposed to be funded through this grant program in 2023 and the proposed project funding amounts are:

• Brown County Health and Human Services (HHS) Department Van Driver ($36,639)
• Curative Connections Transportation Service ($687,635.40)
• Salvation Army Transportation Service ($9,900)
• Mobility Management of Brown County ($15,000)

The draft plan/application will be available for public review between November 7, 2022 and November 21, 2022, on the Transportation website at www.browncountywi.gov/BCPCGreenBayMPO. Scroll down and select Section 85.21 then click on the pdf icon under the heading Section 85.21 Project Application.

Written comments should be mailed or emailed by Monday, November 21, 2022 to:

Ker Vang, Senior Planner
Brown County PALS Department
PO Box 23600
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54305-3600
[email protected]

The public hearing will take place on:

Monday, November 21, 2022
ADRC of Brown County
300 S Adams Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
4:00 p.m.

10/14/2022

The Brown County Planning Commission Board of Directors /Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has approved and released the 2023-2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area.

Click the link to see the document:

08/23/2022

The Brown County Planning Commission Board of Directors /Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has released the DRAFT 2023-2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area.

What is a Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)?

A Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a multi-year financial program that designates the schedule for obligating federal funds to state and local projects. The TIP contains funding information for road improvements, transit capital and operating assistance, transportation programs for seniors and individuals with disabilities, and transportation alternatives such as bicycle facilities, sidewalks, trails, and Safe Routes to School activiities. The MPO staff updates the TIP annually.

A copy of the draft report can be found at:

http://www.public.applications.co.brown.wi.us/Plan/PlanningFolder/Transpotation/TIP/2023-2026%20DRAFT%2008232022%20Update.pdf

In 2021, over $42,000,000 in federal funds were obligated to surface transportation projects in the Green Bay Urbanized Area.

Comments regarding the TIP can be submitted electronically or by mail by September 23, 2022 to:

Lisa J. Conard, Principal Planner
[email protected]
Brown County Planning Commission/Green Bay MPO
305 E. Walnut Street Room 320
Green Bay WI 54305-3600

Please contact Lisa J. Conard at (920) 448-6480 if you have any questions regarding the TIP.

08/16/2022

The Brown County Planning Commission/Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has released the Draft Major Amendment #5 to the 2022-2025 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area. Public comments are welcome by September 7, 2022. Please feel free to contact Lisa J. Conard at 920 448 6489 or [email protected] if you have any questions or comments.

A digital version of the amendment can be viewed by clicking on the following link:

07/27/2022

This is a Public Meeting Notice for the Green Bay MPO’s 2022
Transportation Management Area (TMA) Certification Review.

Time and Place:

07/20/2022

The Brown County Planning Commission/Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has released the Draft Major Amendment #4 to the 2022-2025 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area. Public comments are welcome by August 3, 2022. Please feel free to contact Lisa J. Conard at 920 448 6489 or [email protected] if you have any questions or comments.

A digital version of the amendment can be viewed by clicking on the following link:

05/17/2022

The Brown County Planning Commission/Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has released the Draft Mid-Year Major Amendment #3 to the 2022-2025 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area. Public comments are welcome by June 1, 2022. Please feel free to contact Lisa J. Conard at 920 448 6489 or [email protected] if you have any questions or comments.

A digital version of the amendment can be viewed by clicking on the following link:

AnnouncementThe Brown County Planning Commission is working with the Village of Suamico to create a village trail, pedes...
05/12/2022

Announcement

The Brown County Planning Commission is working with the Village of Suamico to create a village trail, pedestrian, and bicycle plan. The feedback gathered from this survey will help the Brown County Planning Commission and Village of Suamico draft the plan. The plan will identify opportunities and challenges for the village as it continues to develop its trail, pedestrian, and bicycle network.

Mapping application to provide input on specific points - https://tinyurl.com/56xyjr23

Written survey - https://arcg.is/GLenD0

If you have any questions, please contact Devin Yoder by email [email protected] or at 920-448-6488.

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04/20/2022

The Brown County Planning Commission/Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has released the Draft Major Amendment #2 to the 2022-2025 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area. Public comments are welcome by May 4, 2022. Please feel free to contact Lisa J. Conard at 920 448 6489 or [email protected] if you have any questions or comments.

A digital version of the amendment can be viewed by clicking on the following link:

New Carbon Reduction Program AnnouncementThe Bipartisan Infrastructure Law of 2021 (BIL) establishes a new federal progr...
04/15/2022

New Carbon Reduction Program Announcement

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law of 2021 (BIL) establishes a new federal program, Carbon Reduction Program. This new federal program provides funding for projects that reduce transportation emissions.

Available Funding: $565,528 in FFY 2022. A 20% local match is required.

Project Eligibility:
• Note Aug 1 PS&E would be required for all FFY22 construction projects.
• The following project activities are listed in the BIL as eligible for Carbon Reduction Program funding:
• Establishment or operation of a traffic monitoring, management, and control facility or program, including advanced truck stop electrification systems (23 USC, Section 149(b)(4));
• A public transportation project that is eligible for federal assistance (23 USC, Section 142);
• Construction, planning, and design of on- or off-road trail facilities for pedestrians and bicyclists;
• Advanced transportation and congestion management technologies (23 USC, Section 503(c)(4)(E));
• Deployment of infrastructure-based intelligent transportation systems capital improvements and the installation of vehicle-to-infrastructure communications systems;
• Replacement of street lighting and traffic control devices with energy-efficient alternatives;
• Congestion pricing, shifting transportation demand to non-peak hours or other transportation modes, increasing vehicle occupancy rates, or otherwise reducing demand for roads, including electronic toll collection and transportation demand management strategies;
• Efforts to reduce environmental and community impacts of freight movements;
• Deployment of alternative fuel vehicles and charging/fueling infrastructure;
• Purchase or lease of zero-emissions construction equipment and vehicles;
• Diesel engine retrofit projects as described in 23 USC, Section 149(b)(8);
• A project that does not result in the construction of new capacity (23 USC, Section 149(b)(5);
• Reduction of transportation emissions at port facilities, including through the advancement of port electrification; and
• Projects eligible under the federal Surface Transportation Block Grant Program (23 USC, Section 133(b)), if the US DOT secretary certifies that the project will reduce transportation emissions.

Tentative Timeline:
• Thursday, April 18, 2022 - Information webinar hosted by WisDOT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pl1Zl5d_cI
• Friday, May 6, 2022 - Applications due
• June 1, 2022 - BCPC Board of Directors approval and incorporation into the Mid-Year Major Amendment #3 to the 2022-2025 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area.

Application:
https://wisconsindot.gov/Documents/doing-bus/local-gov/astnce-pgms/aid/carbon-app.docx

Application Instruction:
https://wisconsindot.gov/Documents/doing-bus/local-gov/astnce-pgms/aid/carbon-instruct.pdf

WisDOT is now soliciting for Carbon Reduction construction and non-infrastructure projects for the Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2022 program cycle. To be consid...

02/25/2022

The Brown County Planning Commission/Green Bay MPO has released the Draft 2021 Brown County Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Update for review and comment. Please submit any comments by commenting on this post. The Draft 2021 Brown County Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Update can be viewed by clicking on the following link.

A public hearing for the Draft 2021 Brown County Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Update will be held on:

April 6, 2022
Green Bay Metro, Transportation Center
901 University Avenue
Green Bay, WI
6:30 p.m.

01/10/2022

The Brown County Planning Commission/Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has released the Draft Major Amendment #1 to the 2022-2025 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area. Public comments are welcome by March 2, 2022. Please feel free to contact Lisa J. Conard at 920 448 6489 or [email protected] if you have any questions or comments.

A digital version of the amendment can be viewed by clicking on the following link:

Transportation Fun Fact:  On April 3, 1973, the people of the City of Green Bay voted via referendum to purchase the bus...
11/29/2021

Transportation Fun Fact: On April 3, 1973, the people of the City of Green Bay voted via referendum to purchase the bus system from Wisconsin Public Service.

Shall the City of Green Bay purchase the Wisconsin Public Service Bus System?

18,376 - Yes
7,317 - No

Photo from Elections Record Book
City of Green Bay Clerk’s Office

The human services transportation provisions of the federal Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) law a...
10/05/2021

The human services transportation provisions of the federal Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) law aim to improve transportation services for senior, individuals with disabilities, and persons with lower incomes by ensuring that communities coordinate transportation resources provided through multiple federal programs. Coordination will enhance transportation access, minimize duplication of services, and facilitate the most appropriate cost-effective transportation possible with available resources. To express these goals, the county is required to publish a locally-developed Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan.

A meeting will be held to conduct an assessment of public transit-human services transportation coordination and to review a list of programmed transportation projects. The meeting will be facilitated by Brown County Planning Commission staff and will be held on:

Tuesday, October 19, 2021
Green Bay Metro Transportation Center
901 University Avenue
Green Bay, Wisconsin
3:00 p.m.

Please RSVP to Lisa J. Conard at [email protected] or (920) 448-6489 by Monday, October 18, 2021.

10/04/2021

The Green Bay MPO has released the Draft 2021 Congestion Management Process (CMP) Update for review and comment. Please submit any comments by November 3, 2021 by commenting on the post.

http://www.public.applications.co.brown.wi.us/plan/planningfolder/transpotation/CMP/2021%20Draft%20Congestion%20Management%20Process%20Update.pdf

A public hearing for the Draft 2021 CMP will be held on:

November 3, 2021
Green Bay Metro, Transportation Center
901 University Avenue
Green Bay, WI
6:30 p.m.

This is a friendly reminder that the Brown County Planning Commission/Green Bay MPO is currently collecting input on you...
09/09/2021

This is a friendly reminder that the Brown County Planning Commission/Green Bay MPO is currently collecting input on your bicycling and walking experiences across Brown County to understand what improvements are needed and where they are needed. These surveys will be available for input until the end of the business day on Friday, September 17, 2021.

Please click the links below to access the surveys.

Brown County Bike & Ped Plan Survey:
https://survey123.arcgis.com/share/ad33f8894bec42a991858905a88e2acd?portalUrl=https://BrownCounty.maps.arcgis.com

Bike & Ped Plan Interactive Web App:
https://browncounty.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=1c9f859a72b24d879a5f4a15ba7f5405

08/18/2021

The Brown County Planning Commission Board of Directors /Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has released the DRAFT 2022-2025 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area.

What is a Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)?

A Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a multi-year financial program that designates the schedule for obligating federal funds to state and local projects. The TIP contains funding information for road improvements, transit capital and operating assistance, transportation programs for seniors and individuals with disabilities, and transportation alternatives such as bicycle facilities, sidewalks, trails, and Safe Routes to School activities. The MPO staff updates the TIP annually.

A copy of the draft report can be found at:

http://www.public.applications.co.brown.wi.us/Plan/PlanningFolder/Transpotation/TIP/2022-2025%20TIP%20Draft%20September%202021.pdf

In 2020, over $30,000,000 in federal funds were obligated to surface transportation projects in the Green Bay Urbanized Area.

Comments regarding the TIP can be submitted electronically or by mail by October 6th to:

Lisa J. Conard, Principal Planner
[email protected]
Brown County Planning Commission/Green Bay MPO
305 E. Walnut Street Room 320
Green Bay WI 54305-3600

Please contact Lisa J. Conard at (920) 448-6480 if you have any questions regarding the TIP.

The Brown County Planning Commission/Green Bay MPO wants to know your walking and bicycling experiences across Brown Cou...
08/16/2021

The Brown County Planning Commission/Green Bay MPO wants to know your walking and bicycling experiences across Brown County, and what/where improvements are needed. Click on the two links below to let us know your walking and bicycling experiences in Brown County. These links will be available until September 17th, 2021.

Brown County Bike & Ped Plan Survey:

https://survey123.arcgis.com/share/ad33f8894bec42a991858905a88e2acd?portalUrl=https://BrownCounty.maps.arcgis.com

Bike & Ped Plan Interactive Web App:

https://browncounty.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=1c9f859a72b24d879a5f4a15ba7f5405

06/08/2021
05/18/2021

The Brown County Planning Commission/Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has released the Draft Mid-Year Update - Major Amendment #3 to the 2021-2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area. Public comments are welcome by June 2, 2021.

Please feel free to contact Lisa J. Conard at 920 448 6489 or [email protected] if you have any questions or comments.

A digital version of the amendment can be viewed by clicking on the following link:
http://www.public.applications.co.brown.wi.us/Plan/PlanningFolder/Transpotation/TIP/Draft%20Mid-Year%20Update%20Amendment%203%202021-2024%20TIP.pdf

The Brown County Planning Commission/Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has relea...
04/27/2021

The Brown County Planning Commission/Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has released application materials for Federal Section 5310 funds through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARP). For more information or have questions, contact Ker Vang at [email protected] or click link:

https://www.browncountywi.gov/Section5310EnhancedMobility

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02/23/2021

The Brown County Planning Commission/Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area has released the Draft Major Amendment #2 to the 2021-2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Green Bay Urbanized Area. Public comments are welcome by March 10, 2021. Please feel free to contact Lisa J. Conard at 920 448 6489 or [email protected] if you have any questions or comments.

A digital version of the amendment can be viewed by clicking on the following link:

http://www.public.applications.co.brown.wi.us/Plan/PlanningFolder/Transpotation/TIP/Major%20Amendment%202%20to%20the%202021-2024%20TIP%20Draft.pdf

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