Mobility Matters

A semiannual newsletter about the transportation planning activities and air quality programs of the North Central Texas Council of Governments and the Regional Transportation Council — together serving as the Metropolitan Planning Organization for the Dallas-Fort Worth area since 1974. Contact us at

Fall 2018 Mobility Matters

In this issueNorth Texas Continues to Explore a Future with Hyperloop Technology$135.4 billion Mobility 2045 ApprovedA Bright Future Awaits North Texas Transportation SystemEarly Interest in Problem-Solving Leads Bussell to Transportation Building a Network of Alternative Fuel InfrastructureCyclists Most Comfortable Separated From CarsNCTCOG Launches Redesigned Website

Spring 2018 Mobility Matters

In this edition:Public Participation Key to Transportation SolutionsState Electric Vehicle Record Shattered at DFW EventNorth Texas at Forefront of Tomorrow's Transportation Regional Transportation Council - Persistence Pays in Transportation Planning Study Fosters Community, Military Relationships Cedar Hill ISD Students Illustrate Healthy Communities $28 Million Available Immediately for Repairs, Replacements

Winter 2017 Mobility Matters

In this issue: NCTCOG Seeking Partnerships for Vehicle Automation FWTA Received $499M Grant for TEX Rail Line A Quarter-Century Later, We're Still Innovating Transportation Choice Essential to Maintain Quality of Life in Fast-Growing PlanoRTC Approve Legislative Priorities FLYBY DFW Airm to Inspire Youth to Take Flight

Summer 2017 Mobility Matters

In this issue:Safe Routes to School 85th Legislature Wraps Up in AustinTransportation Lessons from...Yogi BerraRTC - TxDOT Dallas' Selman Aims to Keep Roads Running Efficiently During Construction ProjectsNCTCOG Selected for Transit-Oriented Development Planning Project Grand Prairie 7th-Grader Wins NCTCOG Art Contest 

Summer 2016 Mobility Matters

In this issue:Master Plan Lays Groundwork for Plans for Transit Expansion Apply for Vehicle ReplacementNCTCOG Provides $1.6M to Advance Environmental StewardshipRTC - Mahaffey Helps Steer Transit in a Growing Fort Give Commuters Increased Options;Students Can Learn to Bicycle, Walk Safely with Lessons from Look Out Texans