Short & Long Range Planning

Transportation plays a vital role in today’s economy, providing access to jobs, education, shopping and recreation. It is an integral part of our mobile society influencing urban development, economic vitality, quality of life and national defense.

Unified Planning Work Program

The Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) is prepared annually and serves as a basis for requesting federal planning funds from the U.S. Department of Transportation as well as a management tool for scheduling, budgeting and monitoring planning activities of participating entities.

Encompass 2040

Every five years, ACOG produces a new Metropolitan Transportation Plan that creates a long-term vision of our regional transportation system. TEncompass 2040, looks 25 years into the future to guide Central Oklahoma’s transportation dollars.

Air Quality

The impact of transportation on Central Oklahoma’s quality air is a component of ACOG’s regional planning efforts.

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Construction workers complete OKC’s Project 180.

Congestion Management

ACOG’s Congestion Management Process (CMP) is tailored to maximize the use and efficiency of existing transportation facilities to relieve congestion and improve livability.

Regional Transit

Fixed route bus service in the OCARTS area is operated by three providers in Central Oklahoma: COTPA (EMBARK in Oklahoma City), CART (Norman), and Citylink (Edmond).

Bicycle & Pedestrian

Bicycle and pedestrian facilities offer an alternative means of travel that provide users direct routes to employment, retail and recreational destinations.

Clean Cities

Central Oklahoma Clean Cities is one of nearly 100 locally based affiliates of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities program.

Committees

Multimodal transportation planning and implementation require a unified policy direction for all modes of travel. This direction is provided by an extensive committee structure.

Public Participation Plan

Public participation is a key component of any government process. Public entities are accountable to both the public and their elected representatives and thus responsible for proactively pursuing meaningful input to best serve all constituencies.

Civil Rights

No person in the United States shall, on the basis of race, color, national, origin, sex, age. Read more…

Maps & Data

Discover maps, databases and other information that the Central Oklahoma community and other various audiences across the country find valuable.

Transportation & Planning Services Team

John G. Johnson

Executive Director, ACOG

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Program Coordinator, Demographics

Conrad Aaron

GIS Technician

John M. Sharp

Division Director, Transportation & Planning Services

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Program Coordinator, Long Range Planning

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Associate Planner, Bicycle/Pedestrian

Kathryn Wenger

Transportation Planner, System Performance, Safety and Security

Holly Massie

Special Programs Officer II

Jennifer Sebesta

GIS Specialist

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Transportation Planner - Short Range Planning Intermodal

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