Programs

Planning Partners

Transportation Planning Regions (TPRs)

Colorado has fifteen Transportation Planning Regions (TPRs), represented by five Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO) and ten rural Regional Planning Commissions (RPC).

Statewide Transportation Advisory Committee (STAC)

The STAC advises CDOT on the needs of the transportation system in Colorado and is comprised of representatives from the MPOs and RPCs of Colorado's fifteen TPRs.

Statewide MPO Committee

The Statewide MPO is a committee that meets regularly to address topics that specifically pertain to metropolitan planning and transportation challenges and provides a forum for Colorado's five MPOs to communicate and collaborate on beneficial initiatives.

Transit and Rail Advisory Committee (TRAC)

The TRAC advises CDOT on the transit needs of the transportation system in Colorado.  The Committee is comprised of 18 members with representatives from public and private transit providers, Class I and Shortline railroads, interest groups, TPRs, counties, cities and the general public.

Colorado Freight Advisory Council (FAC)

The FAC provides a forum for the discussion of freight issues and advises CDOT on freight transportation needs. The FAC includes public and private freight stakeholders including representatives of shippers, carriers, warehousing, providers of freight or logistics support, freight-related associations, and academia.

Transportation and Environmental Resource Council (TERC)

The TERC provides a forum for the discussion of transportation and environmental stewardship and includes CDOT, FHWA, and other federal, state, and local agencies.

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