Albany Area Metropolitan
Planning Organization

The Albany Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (AAMPO) was established in 2013 to facilitate regional transportation planning for the greater Albany Area. AAMPO members include the Cities of Albany, Jefferson, Millersburg, and Tangent, as well as Linn and Benton Counties and the Oregon Department of Transportation. Metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) are established by federal directive for all urbanized areas with a population of 50,000.

As part of the regional transportation planning process, AAMPO is responsible for developing:

Para información en español, haga clic aquí: Sobre AAMPO o contacte 541-924-8405.

Albany Area Regional Transportation Plan

The AAMPO is developing a Regional Transportation Plan which will outline transportation improvements for the greater Albany area over the next 20 years. Learn more about the project on the Albany Area Regional Transportation Plan website.

The purpose of the Albany Area Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) is to plan for transportation improvements such as roads, sidewalks, bikeways, and transit, in the next 20+ years for the greater Albany area. The project will looks at what exists today, forecast demands, identify and analyze future options, and make recommendations for a balanced and efficient transportation system. The project will also collaborate between agencies and jurisdictions, build on good decisions that have already been made, and create a common vision for the future of transportation in the area. Involving citizens in the planning process is essential to build integrity in project outcomes.

During the planning process, AAMPO will facilitate the development of a Transit Development Plan for the Albany Area. Learn more about this part of the project on the Transit Development Plan web page.

Do you have a concern or comment?

If you would like to submit a question or complaint regarding AAMPO planning or programming activities, please contact the AAMPO Manager at 541-924-4548; by email to tconley@ocwcog.org; or by visiting the AAMPO administrative offices at: 1400 Queen Avenue SE, Suite 205, Albany OR 97322.

If you have a concern or complaint related to the Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, please see our Title VI Program Webpage for additional information and a copy of our complaint form.

¿Tiene alguna pregunta o queja sobre las actividades AAMPO?

Si desea enviar una pregunta o queja con respecto a las actividades de planificación o programación del Área de Albany MPO (AAMPO), por favor, póngase en contacto con la Coordinador de AAMPO al 541-924-4548; por email a tconley@ocwcog.org; o visitando las oficinas administrativas al local: 1400 Queen Ave SE, Suite 205, Albany OR 97322.

Si usted tiene una preocupación o queja relacionada con el Título VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964, por favor visite nuestra página web Programa del Título VI para obtener información adicional y una copia de nuestro formulario de queja.

AAMPO Boundary Map

Contact Us

Tarah Campi
tcampi@ocwcog.org
541-924-8480

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AAMPO News

Notice of Public Hearing: A public hearing on proposed amendments to add previously committed transit projects to the Regional Transportation Plan Framework will occur on March 22, 2017 at 2:30 pm at OCWCOG, 1400 Queen Avenue SE in Albany. Learn more here:

Notice of Public Hearing – RTP Amendments

Notice of Project Solicitation: AAMPO is accepting applications for Federal Fiscal Year 2019, 2020, and 2021 Surface Transportation Block Grant Program (STBGP) funds. Additional information is available here:

FFY19-21 STBGP Letter and FY19-21 STBGP Application

Linn-Benton Loop: A meeting of the Linn-Benton Loop governing body was held on November 29th. The agenda is available here:

Linn-Benton Loop Board – Nov 29, 2016 Agenda Packet.

Regional Transportation Plan: AAMPO is developing a Regional Transportation Plan and Transit Plan to guide transportation investments over the next 20 years. Learn more on the Regional Transportation Plan website.

AAMPO Boundary Map