TPB News is an online publication of the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board. We’ll let you know about key upcoming board actions and recap monthly board meetings. We’ll announce important events, funding opportunities, and public comment periods. And we’ll highlight recent TPB research, analysis, outreach, and planning.
About the TPB
The National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board (TPB) is the federally designated metropolitan planning organization (MPO) for metropolitan Washington. It is responsible for developing and carrying out a continuing, comprehensive, and cooperative transportation planning process in the metropolitan area. Members of the TPB include representatives of the transportation agencies of the states of Maryland and Virginia and the District of Columbia, 22 local governments, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, the Maryland and Virginia General Assemblies, and nonvoting members from the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority and federal agencies. The TPB is staff by the Department of Transportation Planning at the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.
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Title VI Nondiscrimination Policy
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) fully complies with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related statutes and regulations prohibiting discrimination in all programs and activities. To learn more, file a Title VI related complaint, or obtain information in another language, visit www.mwcog.org/nondiscrimination or call (202) 962-3300.
El Consejo de Gobiernos del Área Metropolitana de Washington (COG) cumple con el Título VI de la Ley sobre los Derechos Civiles de 1964 y otras leyes y reglamentos en todos sus programas y actividades. Para obtener más información, someter un pleito relacionado al Título VI, u obtener información en otro idioma, visite www.mwcog.org/nondiscrimination o llame al (202) 962-3300.