Overview

Meetings & Agendas
Programs & Projects
  Long Range Plan
  Transportation Improvement Program
  Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan
  Regional Transit Plan
  Other Documents
Bicycle/Pedestrian Planning
Regional Trail Guide
Regional Transit Plan
Long Range Planning
Coordinated Transportation and Section 5310
Transportation Resource Center
Map Gallery

 

 

 

Programs & Projects

Long Range Plan
INCOG has been designated by the governor as the area’s Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). MPOs maintain the primary responsibility for developing transportation plans and programs for urbanized areas of 50,000 or more residents. Federal regulations recognize metropolitan areas with a population of 200,000 or more as Transportation Management Areas (TMA), which places further requirements on the MPO for congestion management, air quality attainment, increasing safety, and other issues. All TMA transportation plans and programs are based on a continuous, coordinated, and comprehensive planning process, conducted in cooperation with local and state partners.

The purpose of the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) is to anticipate the transportation needs for the TMA predicated on demographic and economic assumptions and forecasts for the entire region. It identifies various elements of the desired transportation system for the metropolitan community and the interrelationship of various modes of transportation. To ensure financial feasibility, the RTP summarizes implementation costs and presents practicable funding scenarios while addressing the resulting effects of the investments on the social and natural environments. The RTP will serve as a guide for the investment of local, state and federal resources, and will become a component of the Oklahoma Statewide Intermodal Transportation Plan. In addition, the RTP meets the requirements of federal law authorizing the adoption of a regional transportation plan for the metropolitan planning area for the expenditure of federal transportation resources in the future.

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Transportation Improvement Program
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) presents a program of improvements to the surface transportation system with the Tulsa Transportation Management Area to be implemented during a four-year period with federal matching funds. The projects, which have a combination of federal, state, and local funding sources, cover a wide range of transportation modes including streets and highways, public transportation, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and airport improvements.

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Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan

The GO Plan is a Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan which provides a comprehensive regional plan for pedestrian and bicycle improvements; provides connectivity to the existing regional trail network using on-street treatments; improves pedestrian and bicycle safety; provides a more strategic approach to competing for pedestrian and bicycle funding; and identifies barriers, with solutions, for residents to safely access destinations using walking or bicycling modes within the Tulsa region. The plan includes 11 cities in the Tulsa Metropolitan Area: Bixby, Broken Arrow, Catoosa, Collinsville, Coweta, Glenpool, Jenks, Owasso, Sand Springs, Skiatook, and Tulsa.

Chapters 1-5
1) Introduction
2) Bicycle Strategy
3) Pedestrian Strategy
4) Implementation
5) Non-Infrastructure Strategies

Chapter 6 – Community Plans (Tear Outs)
Includes maps
Bixby
Broken Arrow
Catoosa
Collinsville
Coweta
Glenpool
Jenks
Owasso
Sand Springs
Skiatook
Tulsa

Conceptual Design Plans
SH-51, Coweta
W. 41st Street, Sand Springs
N. 129th E. Ave, Owasso
15th Street, Tulsa
21st & Garnett, Tulsa
21st Street & US-169, Tulsa

Appendix A – Design Guidelines

Appendix B – Public Involvement

Appendix C – Prioritization

Appendix D – Cost Estimates

Appendix E – Policy Review

GO Plan Bicycle Facilities Webmap

GO Plan Sidewalk Gaps Webmap

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Regional Transit Plan

INCOG, in conjunction with local jurisdictions, created a plan for regional transit and the INCOG Board of Directors adopted the plan. The long range (25-year plan), commonly known as FAST Forward, provides a vision for a more comprehensive regional transportation system anchored by seven “foundation” corridors suitable for high-capacity transportation systems. The corridors include a 14-mile commuter corridor between downtown Tulsa and Main Street in Broken Arrow, three urban corridors totaling 42 miles, and three circulator corridors totaling 14 miles.

Executive Summary
Final Report
Handout
Bus Operations Plan
Concept of Operating Plan (2018)

Peoria Bus Rapid Transit
Peoria BRT Fact Sheet
Peoria BRT Final Report 11/2013
Peoria BRT Map

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Other Documents

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