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Federal Agencies

Transportation Legislation & Organizations
  • TEA-21
    FHWA maintains this page for those interested in the new law signed in June of 98. Check out this site to see what actually became law. The Bryan-College Station MPO received planning funds over a six year period while approximately $25 million (in two separate grants) for rail and $7.5 million for the widening of State Highway 21 was earmarked for the Planning Area.
  • Texas Legislature ONLINE
    The homepage for the Texas State Legislature. One may search their databases for current and past state legislation.
  • American Planning Association
    The homepage of the national professional planners association. This page is current being updated to reflect user input.
  • Texas APA Home Page
    This is the home page of the Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association. Texas APA has committed itself to tracking much of the new legislation on both the state and federal level affecting the profession of urban planning.
  • Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations
    AMPO is a nonprofit, membership organization established in 1994 by the National Association of Regional Councils to serve the needs and interests of "metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs)" nationwide.
  • National Association of Regional Councils
    A nonprofit membership organization serving the interests of regional councils nationwide.