Herkimer-Oneida Counties Transportation Study (HOCTS)
|NEWS & INFORMATION|
|This Month at HOCTS|
|2017-2021 Draft TIP|
|HOCTS 2014 Coordinated Plan with Addendum 5-28-15|
|Mohawk Valley Electric Vehicle Charging Station Plan|
|FAST ACT Update|
|Unified Planning Work Program 2016-17|
|Public Participation Plan 2016 Update|
|Long Range Transportation Plan Update 2015-2035 (LRTP UPDATE 2035)|
|NORTH SOUTH ARTERIAL PROJECT INFORMATION|
Transportation planning in Herkimer and
HOCTS shares responsibility with the state to develop cooperative transportation plans and programs for the two-county area. HOCTS also provides a forum for the identification of transportation needs by area residents and organizations.
The principal decision making committees of HOCTS are the Governmental Policy and Liaison Committee (GP&L) and the Transportation Planning Committee (TPC). The GP&L has final approval and authority on all major transportation decisions, policies, and programs developed through the HOCTS organization.
HOCTS also maintains the regional Long-Range Transportation Plan (a 20-year vision of future transportation needs and improvements), HOCTS is also responsible for the maintenance of the area's Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a three-year program that funds capital projects such as transit, local streets and roads, highways, bicycle and pedestrian routes and corridor studies. In addition, HOCTS prepares the Unified Planning Work Program which identifies the annual transportation planning activities that are undertaken in the Herkimer-Oneida Counties area in support of the goals, objectives and actions established in the long-range transportation plan.