Mobility 2045, the region’s current Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP), recommendations consist of policies, programs, and projects that reflect regional priorities and support Mobility 2045 goals. However, the construction of infrastructure projects alone cannot achieve the goals of Mobility 2045.
To encourage the development of alternative, strategic solutions, Mobility 2045 includes a voluntary list of policies that local governments and transportation agencies can choose to adopt. These policies aim to address issues that affect transportation in the region, and cover a wide range of topics. By voluntarily adopting 50 percent of these policies, participating agencies will receive an offset of local funds in federal transportation projects in the form of Transportation Development Credits (TDCs).
Who is eligible to apply for Transportation Development Credits?
- Independent School Districts
- North Texas Tollway Authority
- Texas Department of Transportation
- Transit Agencies
MTP Policy Bundle Process for Transportation Development Credits Eligibility
MTP Policy Bundle Overview Workshop
1. Entity voluntarily elects to participate on an annual basis.
2. Entity reviews applicable policies
3. Entity takes policy related action as appropriate.
4. Entity submits appropriate documentation to NCTCOG. Request an Application
5. NCTCOG reviews documentation and awards transportation development credits to
entity if criteria is met.
6. Entity submits new project through the quarterly Transportation Improvement
Program (TIP) modification process.
- January 26, 2018
MTP Policy Bundle Voluntary Measures Workshop
- November 10, 2016
MTP Policy Bundle Workshop
- September 23, 2016
MTP Policy Bundle Links