Caltrans GIS Data

MPO

California Metropolitan Planning Organization

The MPO polygon feature class provides California Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) legislative boundaries, primarily for regional planning applications.


Data Created: August 15, 2013
Last Modified: April 18, 2014


Description

The list of California Metropolitan Planning Organization is current as of February 2013, provided by Division of Transportation Planning, Office of Regional and Interagency Planning. With the exception of Tahoe Metropolitan Planning Organization (TMPO), all of the MPO boundaries follow county boundaries. Four of these MPOs are multi-county; the other 13 all have a metropolitan area confined to a single county.This MPO feature class was created primarily based on Census 2010 county lines exclude the islands.


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Properties

Tags: Transportation, MPO, MPO boundaries, California
Credits: This MPO GIS data was compiled by California Department of Transportation
File: Zipped shapefile: MPO_2013.zip , size 1.15 MB
Extent: California statewide
References: CALCOG GUIDE TO REGIONAL PLANNING, AS REVISED BY SB 375, JANUARY 2009: http://www.ca-ilg.org/post/guide-regional-planning-revised-sb-375
FHWA Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Database: http://www.planning.dot.gov/mpo.asp