Quad Cities Metropolitan Planning Organization

Transportation Planning for the Davenport, IA/IL Urbanized Area

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NEWS

  • Quad Cities MPO News

    The FFY2025-2028 MPO Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) was adopted on June 25, 2024 by the Transportation Policy Committee. The TIP is a summary of roadway, public transit, trail, and related projects that are expected to be initiated during the next four years and will be financed in whole or in part with federal and/or state funds. Regionally significant projects requiring FHWA or FTA approval, regardless of the funding source, shall also be included. The four-year program is a result of requirements outlined in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) or Bi-Partisan Infrastructure Act (BIF). Please contact Sarah Bambas at 309-793-6300 Ext. 1131 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information about the TIP. 

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  • Transportation Grant News

    Federal funding opportunities:  Rebuild American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) Program ($1.5 B available) (submission date 14 April 2022) and the Port Infrastructure Development Program (PIPD) ($450 M available) (submission date 16 May 2022). The Bi-State Regional Commission (or CBAWC) is collaborating with the Maritime Administration (MARAD) to provide additional information and support pertaining to these grants.  Visit Federal Funding Opportunities - CBAWC.org

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  • Project Programming Processes

    The Quad Cities Metropolitan Planning Area (MPA) receives certain federal transportation funds to prioritize and locally select projects for those funds. This is known as the project selection and programming process. The Quad Cities MPO Transportation Policy Committee (TPC) is delegated the authority to program funds by the Bi-State Regional Commission. The Bi-State Regional Commission, as the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), receives its authority under the currently authorized federal transportation act.

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