The upcoming Tri-County Hill Hopper will be Sunday, February 16th, 2020 with day of registration starting at 7am, the ride starting at 9am and that final route sweep beginning at 3pm. Registration is open and can be accessed from the website https://www.tchillhopper.org/ There are four routes available, ample hills and pleasant scenery. The ride starts and ends near Round Top, TX.
Release Date: March 22, 2019
Contact Person: Daniel Rudge, Bryan/College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). (979) 260-5298 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bryan/College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is accepting public requests for transportation projects for consideration and prioritization for its Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP). The MTP is the MPO’s document that identifies long-range transportation planning needs and recommendations to address transportation network issues within the Bryan/College Station Metropolitan Area during the next twenty-five years. Transportation projects included in the MTP include major roadway projects related to improve mobility and safety (applicable roadways are shown on the MPOs 2050 Major Thoroughfare Concept available at www.bcsmpo.org), transit routes and equipment, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and projects related to the efficient movement of freight.
Those wishing to submit projects for consideration for inclusion in the MTP should do one of the following: 1) Contact Daniel Rudge via e-mail at email@example.com; 2) Submit project requests in writing to the Bryan/College Station MPO, 309 North Washington Avenue, Suite 14 Bryan, TX 77803 or; 3) Go to the MPO website (www.bcsmpo.org), click on the Contact Us button and fill out the Submit a Comment Form.
Please provide a detailed project description when submitting requests. For roadway and bicycle and pedestrian facilities please provide the roadway/active transportation corridor name or route number, beginning and end points or intersection and what improvements should be made. Project requests will be accepted until close of business on Friday, March 29, 2019.
Should the public need special accommodations to submit a request, contact Lisa Lyon at (979) 260-5298 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Active Transportation Advisory Panel (ATAP) of the MPO has developed a draft Active Transportation Master Plan. The plan is intended to serve as a guide for the development of a connected bicycle and pedestrian network in Brazos County. The plan includes facilities for all types of users, from recreational users to the highly confident bicycle rider.
We would like to receive your input on the plan. Two maps (one 11×17 the other a full size map for someone with a plotter) are linked below. If you have any thoughts, questions, concerns or other feedback please submit your comments here on our website. The ATAP will review all comments and make changes based on your feedback.
The map in two sizes:
Full Size (for plotter):
11×17 (harder to read)