County approves MPO merger – Information – Valley City Crier


Commissioners Courtroom voted its approval of a decision supporting the merger of the Rio Grande Valley’s three Metropolitan Planning Organizations into one and authorizing County Choose Richard F. Cortez to signal the re-designation settlement.

The transfer brings the merger one step nearer to changing into a actuality, which might create a united Rio Grande Valley Metropolitan Planning Group.

“The Hidalgo County Commissioners Courtroom hereby helps the merger of the Hidalgo County Metropolitan Planning Group, the Brownsville Metropolitan Planning Group, and the Harlingen-San Benito Metropolitan Planning Group into the proposed Rio Grande Valley Metropolitan Planning Group – the Valley MPO,” the decision reads partially.

The merger would make the Valley MPO the fifth-largest MPO within the state, permitting entry to larger TxDOT funding alternatives.

“Up to now, the 4 prime MPOs have obtained 83 p.c of funds allotted by the Texas Division of Transportation, whereas the opposite 21 MPOs should divide the remaining 17 p.c of the funds,” stated Cortez.

MPOs had been created by the Federal-Help Freeway Act of 1962 to plan and oversee the usage of federal transportation {dollars}.



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