Albany Area Metropolitan
Planning Organization

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. Click HERE to access the AAMPO Member list.

As part of MPO regulations, the semi-annual report for AAMPO SFY23 can be found below:

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.

¿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 Billy McGregor at;  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
AAMPO Boundary Map

Contact Us

Billy McGregor

Para información en Español, llame al 541-924-8405.


Public Notice: May 02, 2023 – May 16, 2023

Pursuant of FHWA Requirements, the following Memo is to announce changes to the 21-24 & 24-27 STIP. Public Comment is available at the AAMPO Policy Board meeting on May 24, 2023. If these meetings are canceled for any reason, the notice/comment period will continue until the afore mentioned meeting is able to occur.

AAMPO Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan adopted at April 2023 Policy Board Meeting!

AAMPO created a bicycle and pedestrian plan for the greater Albany area. The plan will identify projects, programs, and policies that make it easier and safer to walk and bike in the greater Albany area. Click HERE to visit the project website.