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Draft 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan available for Public Review

The public comment period will run from December 27, 2017 until January 25, 2018. A short Executive Summary is also available.

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Annual Listing of Obligated Projects

The Annual Listing of Obligated Projects for Fiscal Year 2017 is now available. Take a look at the transportation and transit projects that are progressing in the region.

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Want to know what projects are happening near you?

We recently launched a new website to track transportation projects in the region that are listed in the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). Check it out!

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TDOT Statewide Project Overview Tracker

TDOT has launched an interactive website to show the 962 projects throughout the state that are funded by the Governor's IMPROVE Act.

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Stop. Trains Can't.

The US Department of Transportation has started a new campaign for railroad crossing safety, with a new ad that you can view on YouTube. Trains take a mile to come to a stop. Do you stop for trains?

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New Veterans Affairs Road Dedication

The new Veterans Affairs road is now open! Glenn Berry has provided photos from the dedication and details on the history of the project.

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Do you or your organization need more information?

The staff of the Johnson City MTPO is available to speak with you or your organization about transportation planning topics. Click on the link to learn more.

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Area Road Construction & Traffic Information

To find out more about road projects and potential road closures in the area, look for the "Weekly East Tennessee Construction Report" for details. Also, the Waze app is another great source of real-time traffic info.

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Transportation History in the Johnson City MTPO Area

This storybook map takes you on an historic tour of the Johnson City, Jonesborough, and Elizabethton area, with pictures that show what roads and railroads used to look like or where there were no roads at all.

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