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Transportation Policy Board

April 22, 2024

Full Package | Meeting Audio

  1. Roll Call
  1. Director's Report (pdf)

a.      The AAMPO Executive Policy Board met on Friday, April 5, 2024 to discuss the AAMPO Study Area Boundary expansion.  The recommendations for the expansion along with the Transportation Policy Board compostion will be present in May with action tentatively scheduled for June. 

b.      May is National Bike Month. AAMPO and partners will host events and programs to encourage cycling throughout the region.  For more information, visit  

c.   AAMPO is pleased to announce the PROTECT grant application for a Resiliency Improvement Plan has resulted in an award of $485,000.  Stay tuned as the efforts for the Resiliency Study wrap up and the planning efforts are initiated.

d.      The draft FY 25 - 28 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is currently available for public comment and the Transportation Conformity Determination will be available by April 29th.  Both documents will be online for public comment through May 31, 2024.  The documents will be considered by the Transportation Policy Board, through the two-step process, with information in May and adoption in June.

e.   AAMPO welcomes Sandeep Datla to the team as the agency’s Senior Travel Demand Modeler.  He began on April 9, 2024.

f.   The May 2024 Transportation Policy Board meeting will be held on Monday, May 13, 2024 at 1:30 p.m.

g.  AAMPO offices will be closed on April 26, 2024 in observance of Battle of Flowers.

  1. Citizens to be Heard 
Consent Agenda
  1. Approval of the March 25, 2024 Meeting Minutes (pdf)
  1. Discussion and Appropriate Action on Amendments to the FY 23-26 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and the Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) – AAMPO (Gonzalez) (pdf)
  1. Discussion and Appropriate Action on Transit Performance Measures and Target Setting – AAMPO (Hall) (pdf) 
Items for Individual Discussion and Appropriate Action
    1. Port San Antonio Campus Development Vision and Anticipated Transportation-Related Projects Briefing – Port San Antonio (Perschbach) (pdf)
    2. Presentation and Action on AAMPO’s FY 2023 Audit of Expenditures and Compliance – Garza/Gonzalez & Associates (Lopez-Gonzales) 

    3. Alternatives to Single-Occupancy Vehicles Briefing – AAMPO (Magallanez) (pdf)

    4. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Performance Measures and Target Setting Presentation – AAMPO (Hall) (pdf

    5. Discussion and Appropriate Action on Amendments to the FY 2024-2025 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) – AAMPO (Jimenez) (pdf)

    6. Monthly Status Reports

      1. Alamo Regional Mobility Authority/Bexar County (Art Reinhardt)
      2. Air Quality Issues (Clifford Herberg) 
      3. City of San Antonio (Razi Hosseini)
      4. San Antonio Mobility Coalition (Vic Boyer) 
      5. Texas Department of Transportation (Charles Benavidez)
      6. VIA Metropolitan Transit (Jeff Arndt)
      7. Others
    1. Executive Session - Pursuant to Chapter 551, Subchapter D, Texas Government Code
    At any time during the meeting of the AAMPO Transportation Policy Board, the Board reserves the right to adjourn into executive Session at any time to discuss any of the matters listed on the posted agenda, as authorized by Texas Government Code Section 551.071 (consultation with attorney), Section 551.072 (deliberations about real property), Section 551.074 ( personnel matters), and Section 551.086 (economic development)