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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Open for Public Comment: KMPO draft 2020-2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The comment period will be open from July 17, 2019, through August 17, 2019.
A draft of the Kootenai Metropolitan Planning Organization’s (KMPO) seven-year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) 2020-2026 is now available for public review and comment. The TIP is a multi-year funding program document that lists federally and non-federally funded transportation improvements proposed by local jurisdictions, highway districts, Kootenai County, Idaho Transportation Department and the Coeur d’ Alene […]
Open for Public Comment: Kootenai County Application for Funding. The comment period will be open from June 25, 2019, until July 25, 2019, 5:00 p.m. PDT.
This application for funds from the Federal Transit Administration Small Urban Section 5339 program, is to acquire and construct two (2) passenger shelters as models for the comprehensive plan, which will include a broader range investment plan. The passenger shelters will be located on Seltice (Seltice & Huetter) and on Atlas Road (Panhandle Health). The […]
The Critical Arterial Corridors (CAC) are identified and established to protect the long term integrity of transportation facilities that provide regional transportation access across the Coeur d’ Alene Urbanized Area, as well as provide direct access to the State and National Highway System.
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