The Chattanooga-Hamilton County/North Georgia Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) performs a wide array of transportation planning activities for the federally-designated MPO area shown on the map below. We coordinate with federal, state, and local governments to facilitate smart investment in our region’s transportation infrastructure over the short and long term. Head to the “About the TPO” page to learn more, and click here to check out some education materials that cover some of the most frequently asked questions about TPO work.
2050 Regional Transportation Plan
The TPO is excited to be working on an update to our Regional Transportation Plan, setting the region’s vision for transportation investment as we look towards the year 2050! Please click here to visit the project website for the 2050 Regional Transportation Plan to learn more and get involved!
From August 23 to 31, the RTP team hosted a virtual open house to share some of the plan’s existing conditions analyses. This includes information about the current state of public transit, freight movement, congestion, and more in the TPO region. The public input opportunities included in the virtual open house have closed, but the materials are still available for viewing online. Use the button below to enter!
TPO Area Map
The TPO encourages participation and input in the transportation planning process.
Hard copies of draft and final documents may be viewed at the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency, 1250 Market Street, Development Resource Center, Suite 2000, Chattanooga, TN 37402. Our office hours are from 8:00 am-4:30 pm (Eastern).
Please direct comments or questions to TPO staff at email@example.com or (423) 643-5900.
TPO Education Materials
FISCAL YEARS 2022-2023 Unified Planning Work Program Development
The Chattanooga-Hamilton County/North Georgia Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) is responsible for coordinating the transportation planning activities for the Chattanooga-TN, GA Urbanized Area. The TPO’s Unified Planning Work Program identifies transportation planning activities for a two-year period.
As an updated program of activities, which has an immediate impact on the transportation system and projects in the region, it is essential that the TPO inform and involve the public in setting the priorities in the UPWP. Click here to see a timeline of activity for development of the FY 2022-2023 Unified Planning Work Program and the opportunities for public input.