What does KMPO provide?
Continuous, Cooperative, and Comprehensive Transportation Planning.
Regional transportation planning requires an understanding of the past, recognition of current conditions, and the ability to provide an economically achievable, environmentally balanced, and consumer-friendly transportation system that enables the region to reach its full potential. KMPO provides a coordinated planning effort between the small towns, cities, highway districts, the Coeur d'Alene Tribe, the county, the state, transit providers, and the public.
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Notice of Opportunity for Public Comment: CdA Health Corridor District Transportation Planning and Traffic Analysis Study
Kootenai Metropolitan Planning OrganizationCoeur d’Alene Health Corridor District TransportationPlanning and Traffic Analysis StudyNotice of Opportunity for Public Comment Kootenai Metropolitan Planning Organization (KMPO), ignite cda, Kootenai Health, the City of Coeur d’ Alene, and the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) are working collaboratively to identify the transportation changes needed to accommodate development in and around the […]
Kootenai Metropolitan Planning Organization Metropolitan Transportation Plan 2021 Update Huetter Corridor North Alignment Update Notice of Opportunity for Public Comment Kootenai Metropolitan Planning Organization (KMPO), as the metropolitan planning organization (MPO) for Kootenai County, works in collaboration with local jurisdictions and agencies, as well as the Idaho Transportation Department, to develop and maintain a Metropolitan […]
The Regional Housing & Growth Issues Prioritization Survey was created to understand growth-related topics that are most important to our community. Please take a few minutes to help the Regional Housing & Growth Issues Partnership prioritize the issues related to housing and growth. The Survey is expected to help identify which issues are most important […]
U.S. 95 WORLEY NORTH STAGE 2Applicant: Idaho Transportation DepartmentTotal Project Cost: $9,250,000Award: $7,400,000
U.S 95 North Corridor Access Improvement Project
Idaho Transportation Department
Total Project Cost: $8,500,000