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Transportation Conformity

Transportation Conformity Determination

Alamo Area MPO is currently re-evaluating the required Air Quality Analysis used to develop the Transportation Conformity Determination (TCD). Public Comment on this and the related FY 2025-2028 Transportation Improvement Program will continue until Transportation Policy Board adoption. The initial public comment period ran from April 29, 2024 to May 31, 2024. Since then, projects have been revised and the travel demand model and project-related air quality impacts reanalysis is needed. The reanalysis is underway and the new draft TCD will be posted as soon as possible. Thereafter, a virtual public meeting will be held and another public comment period will be opened. All public comments received will be addressed and documented in the final version of the TCD’s Appendix G. To stay up to date, or get more information, please track the Technical Advisory Committee and Transportation Policy Board meetings or contact Clifton Hall at hall@alamoareampo.org or by phone at 210-230-6929.

This Determination is being developed to meet the requirements of the 2015 8-hour Ozone NAAQS based on Bexar County’s current nonattainment status of Moderate. The AAMPO Transportation Policy Board will consider the 2024 Transportation Conformity Document and make a local determination of conformity as soon as possible.

2024 Transportation Conformity Determination Document DRAFT

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  • Resolution of AdoptionPending June 2024

  • B.1 - Mobility 2050: Full Document Amendments Pending June 2024Locally Approved 06/27/2022
  • B.2 - 2025-2028 TIP Adoption Pending June 2024
  • B.3 - MTP Project Listing: PDF | CSV | Excel

* Alamo Area nonattainment area does not have listed TCMs in SIP.

  • E.1 - MoSERS Methodology/Calculation Descriptions
  • E.2 - MoSERS Project Listing

Past Conformity Documents

2023 Transportation Conformity Determination Document

AAMPO invited input on its draft 2023 Transportation Conformity Document during a 30-day public comment period beginning October 30, 2022 through December 1, 2022. All public comments received will be addressed and documented in the document. Additional information was added to the document addressing additional requirements for Moderate nonattainment areas. The version of the document originally approved by the Transportation Policy Board on June 27, 2022 addressed only requirements for Marginal nonattainment. Responses to public comments will be incorporated into the draft document. The AAMPO Transportation Policy Board will consider the 2023 Transportation Conformity Document for approval at the December 12, 2022 meeting.

All files are in Adobe .PDF format unless otherwise indicated.

Appendices

2021 Transportation Conformity Document

The MPO invited input on its 2021 Transportation Conformity Document during a 30-day public comment period December 14, 2020 – January 12, 2021. All public comments received have been addressed and documented in the document.

All files are in Adobe .PDF format unless otherwise indicated.

Appendices

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