For Immediate Release
The Kaysinger Basin Regional Planning Commission (KBRPC) seeks public input on the Transit Coordination Plan. This plan satisfies the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient, Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) requirements that projects funded by Sections 5310 (Elderly and Disabled Transportation Program), 5316 (Job Access and Reverse Commute), and 5317 (New Freedom) be a part of a locally developed coordinated public transit-human services transportation plan.
Key elements included in the plan are:
• An assessment of transportation needs for individuals with disabilities, older adults and persons with limited incomes;
• An inventory of available services that identifies areas of redundant service and gaps in services;
• Strategies to address the identified gaps in services;
• Identifications of coordination actions to eliminate or reduce duplication in services and strategies for more efficient utilization of resources;
• Prioritization of implementation strategies.
Public Comment Schedule: February 1st, 2018 to March 2nd, 2018
A copy of the draft plan is available for viewing at the KBRPC office or click the link below to review. Please contact KBRPC office at 660-885-3393 Monday through Friday 8 am – 5 pm, to schedule an appointment.
Note: This a draft only and areas in red at subject to change
For more information contact:
221 N 2nd St.
Clinton, MO 64735
KBRPC continues to serve as the leading voice for regional transportation planning in west-central Missouri, and remains a dedicated supporter and facilitator of communication between MoDOT and the cities and counties in our region. In support of regional transportation planning, KBRPC and MoDOT work in partnership each year to develop and execute a transportation work plan designed to allow local input into statewide transportation planning. Below is a list of the top 10 Road and Bridge projects on the regional transportation priorities list. Click Here to see the complete list of all transportation project priorities in the KBRPC region.
|1||County||US 65||Warsaw to Buffalo|
|2||County||Hwy 52||Kansas State Line to US 65|
|3||County||I-49||Various Outer Roads|
|4||Clinton||Hwy 7, 13, 52||Clinton|
|5||El Dorado Springs||Hwy 82||Hainline St. to Hwy H|
|6||County||Hwy 13||Clinton to Warrensburg|
|7||Osceola||Hwy 13||V&T Intersection|
|8||Nevada/County||Hwy 54||Bridge #A 1064|
|9||Butler||MO TT & I-49||MO TT & I-49 at Butler Industrial Park|
|10||County||MO H to MO J||MO H to MO J|
KBRPC Transportation Advisory Committee
KBRPC serves as a planning partner with MoDOT and engages in a prioritization process to identify transportation needs to be included in Missouri’s consideration for the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). The Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) is the key to this prioritization process is comprised of representatives from cities and counties within the KBRPC seven-county region. The KBRPC TAC Board meets every 3rd Thursday of the odd months prior to the KBRPC Board of Directors meeting.
|Bates County||Hickory County|
|Larry Hacker||Jim Fitts|
|Joyce Talley||Rick Pearson|
|Benton County||St. Clair County|
|Randy Pogue, Chairman||John Neuenschwander|
|Michelle Kreisler||Lila Foster|
|Cedar County||Vernon County|
|Don Boultinghouse||Cindy Thompson|
|Jim Stone||Darin Hamelink|
|Frankie Charles, Vice Chairman||Andrew Seiler|
KBRPC TAC Receives Excellence Award
The National Association of Development Organizations (NADO) presented the KBRPC Transportation Advisory Council (TAC) Board with an “Excellence in Regional Transportation” award for the board’s planning efforts on the Amendment 7 Project Prioritization Process. The award was accepted by State Highways and Transportation Commissioner Gregg Smith, TAC Board President Randy Pogue, and the 2015 TAC Board.
Gregg Smith, Missouri Highways and Transportation Commissioner, and the TAC Board showing off their award.
Thank you all for your response and support for Amendment 7 on last year’s August ballot. Below you will find a letter from the Chairman at MoDOT. Please take the time to read his response.
Letter from the Chairman at MoDOT
Click Here to view the list of projects in the KBRPC region that were to be completed with Amendment 7 which also serves as the regional transportation priorities list.
Check MoDOT’s Traveler Info Map for weather-related road conditions, flood closures & work zone locations.
For information about Free Safety Initiatives thru MoDOT’s Blueprint for Safey Program, please visit www.savemolives.com.
Any MoDOT grant awardees must use their LPA manual which is located at www.modot.mo.gov/business/manuals/localpublicagency.htm.
For more information, visit www.modot.gov.
To report road conditions in your area, call 1-888-ASK-MODOT or contact a member of your local TAC Committee