Tuesday, August 5,12 2014 - TAC and TPC Meetings
The Baton Rouge, LA. Urbanized Area Metropolitan Planning Organization's Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) is scheduled to meet on Tuesday, August 5, 2014 and Transportation Policy Committee (TPC) is scheduled to meet on Tuesday, August 12, 2014 at 1:30 P.M. at the BREC Commission Chambers, Room 1800, 6201 Florida Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA.
Meetings Documents for Public Review
Technical Advisory meeting (TAC) Agenda
Transportation Policy Committee (TPC) Agenda
CATS FY 15 Preliminary Program of Projects for Ladders of Opportunity
CRPC Title VI Plan 2014 (Draft)
ADA Notice: CRPC meetings are conducted in accessible locations and provision can be made for those persons of limited
English proficiency. For special accommodations for this meeting, please contact Title VI/ADA/LEP Coordinator via
phone 225-383-5203 at least one week in advance.
Request for Proposal Public Notice - 07/30/2014
Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) 2014 - 2019
Web-based Rideshare Matching Program
The Capital Region Planning Commission (CRPC) hereby issues this Request for Proposals (RFP) to qualified consultants for the purpose of issuing a contract for assistance with a Web-based Rideshare Matching Program. The contract awarded shall be based upon the proposal most advantageous to CRPC. Price and other factors will be considered. One prime consultant shall be selected for this contract. The consultant may not subcontract the specified services without the written agreement of CRPC.
Calendar of Events
Advertise RFP and mail public announcement
August 1st, 2014
Advertise RFP and mail Public Announcement
August 8th, 2014
Deadline for Proposers to submit written questions
August 15th, 2014
Responses to Written Questions
August 21st, 2014
Proposal Submission Deadline
August 29th, 2014
Announcement of the Awarding of a contract
September 8th, 2014
All requests for copies of the RFP and written questions must be directed to the RFP Coordinator listed below:
Name: J.T. Sukits - Capital Region Planning Commission
Address: P.O. Box 3355
Baton Rouge, LA 70821
To download the full text of the RFP click here
The draft CEDS 2014 - 2019 document is available for public review from June 1, 2014 to June 30, 2014. You may visit the CRPC offices (333 N. 19th Street, Baton Rouge, LA 70802) Monday - Friday between 8:30 AM and 4:30 PM to review the draft document.
Please email Courtney Maciasz at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information
Baton Rouge Area Clean Air Action Report
The Clean Air Action Report for the Baton Rouge area has been prepared as a joint effort by the Baton Rouge Clean Air Coalition (BRCAC), the Capital Region Planning Commission (CRPC), and Louisiana Clean Fuels (LCF). The three organizations have been formally recognized by EPA as representatives for the Baton Rouge area in the EPA's Advance Program, which is a collaborative effort between EPA, states, tribes, and local governments. The program encourages expeditious emission reductions in ozone and fine particle (PM2.5) attainment areas to help these areas continue to meet the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS).
Final Advance Report
Baton Rouge Metropolitan Area Commute Survey
The Capital Region Planning Commission is working on identifying ways to reduce traffic congestion and your input will help determine our course of action.
Please take a few moments to fill out this brief survey either by clicking on the image on the left or the link below.
CRPC Helped Secure DRA Funds for Emergency Repairs
The Town of Franklinton recently received an investment award from DRA out of its emergency contingency funds in the amount of $165,000 for emergency repairs to the town's sewer plant - the center of the sewage wall collapsed due to heavy rainfall in a short time frame. CRPC staff provided technical assistance securing these funds.
David Jacobs with the Baton Rouge Business Report sat down for a one-on-one conversation with CRPC's new Executive Director, Jamie Setze. During his interview, Setze stated "My priority is showing that we're adding value to the community. From there, we'll talk about changes that need to be made."
To read the entire Business Report article, Please click HERE
The Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) helps determine how federal and regional funds are spent within the Baton Rouge Metropolitan Area. The Transportation Policy Committee approved the staged projects of the MTP 2037 on Tuesday, January 29, 2013 contingent upon the passing and approval of air quality conformity analysis. The air quality conformity analysis resulted in a positive conformity finding and the conformity document was approved by the policy committee on Tuesday, July 9, 2013. The final MTP2037 and the air quality conformtiy documents were transmitted to FHWA and EPA on Friday, July 12, 2013 for their review and approval. Both FHWA and EPA certified that the Baton Rouge MTP 2037 and the Transportation Improvement Program (2013 - 2016) meets all the requirements for making a joint conformity determination under the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.
Baton Rouge Metropolitan Transportation Plan 2037
Baton Rouge Metropolitan Transportation Plan 2037 Brochure
MTP2037 Air Quality Conformity Analysis
MTP2037 Air Quality Conformity Analysis (Short Version)
For more information, please contact the CRPC at (225) 383-5203.
CRPC Helped Secure DRA Funds for New Incubator
CRPC's Economic Development Specialist coordinated and provided technical assistance in securing DRA funds for a new digital media incubator at Louisiana Technology Park. The State-of-the-art digital media studio is called the Level Up Lab and was funded with a SEDAP investment of $102,564. Hardware costs were provided by Louisiana Technology Park. Lab provides qualified, pre-screened companies and entrepreneurs the tools, mentorship, and space to create video games, mobile apps, and other digital content. Three teams - BitFinity, DiegoRivera.tv, and Stasis Soft - have already been accepted into the program and will be working on projects for PC, iOS, Android, and online platforms.
The Capital Region Planning Commission is committed to encouraging the use of non-motorized modes of transportation
such as bicycling and walking. To this end, CRPC and area parish leaders kicked off a Bike & Pedestraian Safety Campaign in November 2010. As part of the campaign CRPC is continually developing materials to assist Parishes, Municipalities and Citizens in improving pedestrian and bicycle safety. CRPC in association with Bike & Pedestrian Associates also conducted FREE one hour bike classes to improve safety while riding your bike on the street, in bike lanes, or on multiuse trails.
Bike & Pedestrian Safety Campaign Final Report
Bike Safety Toolkit
Louisiana Bicycle Laws
Bike Classes Flyer
For more information, please contact the CRPC at (225) 383-5203.
BTR Non Attainment Area
Air Quality Index
Baton Rouge Non-Attainment Area
Ozone Season Awareness Guide
Louisiana Public Agency (LPA) Manual
The purpose of the Local Public Agency (LPA) Manual is to familiarize the public agencies with the programs that are
available to them through the DOTD for local transportation and public works projects. It is also intended to help
Louisiana's public agencies fulfill the requirements of planning, environmental clearance, design, right-of-way
purchase, construction and maintenance of transportation facilities using state or federal funds.
LADOTD LPA Webpage
LPA Maunal Download Link (PDF)
CRPC encourages Citizens to involve in the review and development of its transportation plans that reflect the needs of
the region while meeting federal air quality standards.
Public Participation Plan (Adopted 10/25/2011)
Local Comprehensive Plans Update
City of Walker, Louisiana
Disaster Evacuation Guide
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