Regional Planning Department

The Mountainland Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) serves the transportation stakeholders in urban Utah County. The MPO works with the municipalities, the county, the Utah Department of Transportation, the Utah Transit Authority, Federal Highway and Transit Administrations, and the other MPOs of the state to create a dialogue, collaboration, and consensus about the important land use and transportation decisions before us. Our boards and committees are made up of elected officials, technical staff, and community members.

Regional Planning Department Highlights

MAG Title VI Plan
MAG planning must be done with the involvement and for the benefit of all the region's residents.
Maps and Data
Maps for our plans and programs and data produced by Mountainland, the state, and the US Census Bureau.
Transportation Planning
Includes funded transportation projects, studies, the regional transportation plan, active transportation, and air quality data.

MPO Regional Planning Committee

Policy committee that approve and supervise all regional transportation planning and air quality matters for Utah County.

MPO Public Participation Plan

The MAG Public Participation Plan (PPP) provides guidance and describes the MPO's strategies and techniques to inform and engage the public.

Mountainland MPO Recertification

Recertification is the process where the MPO certifies to the federal government that it complies with federal law.

Joint Policy Advisory Committee

WFRC and MAG established JPAC in 2002 in cooperation with UDOT and UTA to address regional urban issues.

MPO Bylaws

The Bylaws define the membership, officers, functions, duties and responsibilities of the MPO.

MPO Finance Committee

Recommends to the MPO committees issues of financial policy.

MPO Technical Advisory Committee

Is the recommending body to the MPO Regional Planning Committee.

MPO Unified Planning Work Program

Includes MPO budget and work to be done by the MPO, UDOT, and UTA in the urban area.