The Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) is the 25-year document that outlines the state of current transportation, projects future needs, and offers projects and other methods for keeping the people and freight in the KTMPO region moving efficiently. The MTP encompasses all aspects of transportation planning as well as transportation projects within the KTMPO region. Each local entity submits projects within their jurisdiction for possible inclusion into the MTP, and the Transportation Planning Policy Board (TPPB) prioritizes these projects based on the needs of the region. This plan is required to be updated every five years. The Mobility 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan can be viewed or downloaded below. Effective date: 20 May 2014 Most recent amendment: January 16, 2019.

Download the MTP (75MB)
View a Summary of the MTP
App. A - MTP Project Listing

MTP Appendices B - I


The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is the four-year transportation planning document that includes a detailed listing of projects reasonably expected to begin construction within a four year period. The TIP is updated every two years. Projects included in the TIP must also be included in the Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) and are chosen based on regional priority and available funding. The current TIP covers FY19-FY22 and was approved on May 9, 2018.

KTMPO last amended the 2017-2020 TIP
on March 14, 2018.

Download the 2017-2020 TIP (5MB)

The original 2019 – 2022 TIP was approved
on May 9, 2018.

Original 2019-2022 TIP (5MB)

KTMPO amended the 2019-2022 TIP
on July 25, 2018. (Amendment #1)

Download the 2019-2022 TIP (Amd. #1) (7MB)

KTMPO amended the 2019-2022 TIP
on October 24, 2018. (Amendment #2)

Download the 2019-2022 TIP (Amd. #2) (7MB)

KTMPO amended the 2019-2022 TIP
on October 24, 2018. (Amendment #3)

Download the 2019-2022 TIP (Amd. #3) (7MB)


The Congestion Management Process (CMP) is a systematic approach for managing congestion that provides accurate, up-to-date information on transporation system performance and assess alternatiuve strategies for congestion managmenet that meet state and local needs. The CMP is intended to produce transportation system performance measures and congestion management strategies that can be reflected in the regional Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) and Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). KTMPO adopted the CMP on October 19, 2016.

Download the CMP

KTMPO last amended the CMP
on October 24, 2018.

Download the CMP (Amd. #1)

Other Plans


The Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) provides descriptive and scheduling details for the MPO’s planning process. It serves as a base document for carrying on the continuing, cooperative, and comprehensive transportation planning process in the Killeen-Temple urbanized area. The UPWP includes a 2-year budget plan for MPO planning dollars and outlines estimated planning funds to be received by the MPO over the 2-year planning period. It also includes a detailed workplan that explains how the MPO plans to expend those funds during that time-frame. Most recent revision: January 16, 2019.

Download FY 18/19 UPWP Plan

The FY18/19 UPWP was amended by TPPB on February 21, 2018

Download FY18/19 UPWP (Amd. #1)

The FY18/19 UPWP was amended by TPPB on September 19, 2018.

Download FY18/19 UPWP (Amd. #2)

The FY18/19 UPWP was amended by TPPB on November 14, 2018.

Download FY18/19 UPWP (Amd. #3)

The FY18/19 UPWP was amended by TPPB on January 16, 2019.

Download FY18/19 UPWP (Amd. #4)


The Public Participation Plan (PPP) sets policy and provides guidance for including the public in the planning process. It is intended to include everyone who uses the transportation infrastructure within the KTMPO area:  minorities, elderly, disabled, and low to moderate-income groups; bus, rail and taxi companies as well as their passengers; freight shippers; and any private citizen or agency representatives. The PPP supports early and continuing involvement of the public in developing transportation plans for the region.

KTMPO’s public involvement plan aims to ensure equality among all citizens. Our goals are to assure for all Americans safe, healthful, productive, and aesthetically and culturally pleasing surroundings; to attain the widest range of beneficial uses of the environment without degradation, risk to health or safety, or other undesirable and unintended consequences; and to achieve a balance between population and resource use which will permit high standards of living and a wide sharing of life’s amenities. Together, these goals support a program of Environmental Justice.

The updated PPP was approved by Policy Board on March 14, 2018.

Download the Public Participation Plan
Map of Environmental Justice Areas