• US 190 Feasibility Survey

    Over 200 people attended the Open House for the US 190 Feasibility Study at the Bell County Expo Center! Thank you to everyone who shared your thoughts, asked questions, and submitted comments. For those who couldn’t attend, you can still have a voice into the outcome of the study. Visit this link to take our

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  • I-35 Exit 306 to close Tuesday night

    Tonight, on I-35 North, Exit 306 to FM 1237 (Pendleton Road) between Temple and Troy will close at 7PM.  This work means that one of the northbound main lanes will be closed overnight. The new off-ramp will serve FM 935 – Main Street in Troy, and provide access to Love’s Boulevard. Drivers needing to access FM

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  • US 190 Feasibility Study

    The Killeen-Temple Metropolitan Planning Organization has been working with local officials, residents, TxDOT engineers for several months. Our goal is to evaluate options for upgrading and possibly re-aligning US Highway 190 through central and eastern Bell County. Click on the image to the left for a full-size PDF of the five alignments that our working

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  • Open House – US 190 Feasibility Study

    The Texas Department of Transportation and the Killeen-Temple Metropolitan Planning Organization are hosting a public Open House at the Bell County Expo Center this Thursday, Nov. 30th, from 5 pm to 7:30 pm. The public is invited to attend and provide input to the US 190 Feasibility Study and the potential future alignments in Bell

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  • November 14, 2017 BPAC Meeting

    The next Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Committee meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at the Central Texas Council of Government offices in Belton starting at 9:00 a.m. For meeting materials, please see links below. Download the meeting agenda Download the meeting packet The Killeen-Temple Metropolitan Planning Organization is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities

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  • 2 pedestrians struck by vehicles in Killeen

    Two people were hurt last night while crossing the street. Each person was struck by a different vehicle while walking across Fort Hood Street in Killeen. Drivers should stay alert for pedestrians and if you have to walk on the road at night, make sure that you can be easily seen by the drivers. We

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  • City of Belton Awarded TASA Funding for Shared-Use Path

    City of Belton Awarded TASA Funding for Shared-Use Path

    The Texas Transportation Commission approved more than $44 million for 46 bicycle and pedestrian projects for rural/nonurban and small urban population areas across the state. The funding from the federal Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside (TASA) Program supports population areas of 200,000 or less. State-selected TASA projects are intended to enhance safety for people of all ages

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  • TxDOT My35 Portal – your place for traffic, work zones, and alerts

    My35 is your connection to the latest news, project and road condition updates, traffic camera views and community meetings along the I-35 corridor – all 588 miles! The interstate known as “Main Street, Texas” is broken into five sections on the My35 website – North, South, Central, Capital, and Alamo. The KTMPO region is located

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  • 2017 School Bus Replacement and Retrofit Rebates

    The Environmental Protection Agency announced a new round of funding for replacing or retrofitting old diesel-powered school buses. The 2017 School Bus Rebate Program will provide over $7 million to public and private fleet owners for the replacement or retrofit of older school buses. Up to $1 million of the funding total will be available

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  • Grant Opportunity-Alternative Fueling Facilities Program

    The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is accepting applications for the Alternative Fueling Facilities Program. Eligible projects include new station construction or the expansion of an existing facility that will provide a new fueling service or capacity. Alternative fuel projects that are eligible for funding are natural gas, biodiesel, hydrogen, methanol, propane and electric charging stations.

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