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The MPO identifies issues through the planning process at various times that require a great level of study to fully understand the options and decisions necessary for later implementation. The studies focus on speaking with stakeholders, the general public, environmental groups, government officials, and locally elected officials to obtain feedback concerning the goals and objectives of the community and how different project possibilities can both solve the identified issue and be compatible with the community itself.
Access studies take a broad view at identifying and examining multiple corridors and the transportation options within each. This more comprehensive look at the region’s transportation context allows for the development of several corridor studies in one.
Corridor studies often examine matters related to the best way to reach a point, identify the possible modes to do so (rail, highway, mass transit, bicycle, pedestrian, etc) and then factor in the technical challenges, land uses, economics, and overall costs & benefits of the project. Finally, a corridor study will then identify the recommended physical route to fulfill the project’s goals.
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The St. Joseph Area Transportation Study Organization is always updating its Transportation Improvement Program. Only transportation projects on the TIP are eligible for federal funding. Member jurisdictions and relevant sponsored agencies can submit.

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We try to keep you informed by all the latest transportation news, notices, policies and plans. View our most recent news and posts below and stay tuned for more updates through our social media sites and this website. View a notice.

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As a public agency, the St. Joseph Area Transportation Study Organization is always seeking public comments either proactively through our many planning processes or at other various meetings, events, phone calls and encounters. Submit your comment.

Photo Galleries

MPO Bridges

The St. Joseph Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) has had a Bridge Deck Policy in place since 2003 in order to encourage pedestrian safety and access across our many bridges and overpasses. These 50+ year investments open up nearby land for future development, and in order to save money up front, the MPO encourages that the […]

Felix Streetscape Improvements

The transformation of Felix Street in Downtown St. Joseph.

Streets without Sidewalks

If you build it, will they come?

Latest Blog Posts

New Facebook Page!

Be sure to visit and “like” our new Facebook page for the St. Joseph MPO! This is a great way to stay updated and get involved in what is going on in the St. Joseph urbanized area, covering everything from community events to construction projects!

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LINK: https://www.facebook.com/StJosephMPO

Bike to Work May 15th 2015

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Bike to Work 2015 will be held on Friday, May 15, 2015 at the end of Missouri’s Bike to Work Week (May 11-15) and during national Bike to Work Month (May) . The St. Joseph Metropolitan Planing Organization (MPO) hosted the 7th annual Bike to Work Day with prizes, discounts at local retailers and restaurants, an employer competition and photo contest,  as well as an after work awards ceremony and celebration at Norty’s. View our Bike to Work Day gallery here to get more acquainted with it all..

Bike to Work Day 2015 has 5 Simple Steps:

  1. First register by emailing your Name, Employer and Shirt Size to NHutchison@ci.st-joseph.mo.us

  2. Then pick up your Registration Packet at Horizon Cycling on Monday May 11th between 11-5PM. Address: 3607 S. Belt Highway St. Joseph, Missouri.

  3. Email the MPO (NHutchison@ci.st-joseph.mo.us) a bike related picture to enter the Photo Contest for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate from Horizon Cycling. NEW this year: Top 4 employers with the most participants will WIN a Bagel Breakfast and Free Bike Racks!

  4. BIKE TO WORK on Friday, May 15 and then ride to all of our participating businesses for a discount!

    • Lucky Tiger
    • Delish Bakery
    • Café Pony Espresso
    • Mod Podge Boutique
    • Moxie Hair Salon
    • YMCA (Free Day Pass)
    • St. Joseph REC Center (Free Day Pass)
    • Hy-Vee (Free Trip to the Salad Bar)
  5. After work come on down and celebrate the camaraderie of the day at HiHo for free appetizers and our awards ceremony at 5:30PM on Friday May 15th! A BIG THANK YOU to Sunshine Electronic and HiHo for sponsoring the Happy Hour this year!