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Below you will find links to CAMPO meeting minutes and agendas, and other related documents. If you cannot find what you are looking for, please feel free to contact us. We would be happy to assist you!


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Documents

  • CAMPO Policies & Procedures
  • CAMPO Public Participation Plan 
  • CAMPO FFY 2016-19 Transportation Improvement Program 
  • CAMPO FY 2016 Unified Planning Work Program
  • CAMPO FY 2017/2018 Unified Planning Work Program
  • CAMPO Pedestrian Safety Guidelines 
  • Carson City Freeway Corridor Multi-Use Path Alignment Study - Pt. 1 
  • Carson City Freeway Corridor Multi-Use Path Alignment Study - Pt. 2 
  • CAMPO Fare & Service Change Policy 
  • Notice of Protection Under Title VI 
  • CAMPO Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program
  • CAMPO Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) FFY 2014-16 Goal 
  • CAMPO 2035 Regional Transportation Plan  
  • CAMPO Travel Demand Model Validation Report (2015) 
  • CAMPO Bicycle Friendly Community Report Card (2014)

     

     

    Click here to access the electronic Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (eSTIP)

    Functional Classification Maps

    Functional classification is the process by which streets and highways are grouped into classes, or systems, according to the character of service they are intended to provide. In general terms, individual roads and streets do not serve travel independently, as most travel involves movement through a network of roads. It becomes necessary then to determine how this travel can be channelized within the network in a logical and efficient manner. Functional classification defines the nature of this channelization process by defining the part that any particular road or street should play in serving the flow of trips through a highway network. The four functional systems for urbanized areas are urban principal arterials, minor arterial streets, collector streets, and local streets.

    The following is a list of functional classification maps detailing the roadway network for areas that lie completely or partially within the CAMPO metropolitan planning area. For more information regarding functional classification click

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