Welcome to the Frontier!

Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) were created by the United States Department of Transportation to ensure that existing and future expenditures for transportation projects and program were based on a continuing, cooperative, and comprehensive planning process.

The Frontier Metropolitan Planning Organization (FMPO) is the way for the River Valley to take an active part in the future of your region’s transportation framework.

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Meeting Schedule

Technical Committee: Agenda
December 8, 2021
11:00 AM – Hybrid Meeting

Policy Board: Agenda
December 8, 2021
12:00pm – Hybrid Meeting

Please email rbrewer@wapdd.org or call 479-785-2651 for details.

Meeting Schedule

Surveys

Diamond Center Park (Crawford County) Survey – Click Here

Traffic Safety Survey – Click Here

Intelligent Transportation Systems Architecture Update – Click Here

2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan

What is TOGETHER: FRONTIER 2045?
It is a blueprint to plan for the region’s transportation infrastructure investments.

Want to nominate a project that would help transportation in the Fort Smith region next 20 years?  Click Here

A Little About the Frontier Metropolitan Planning Organization (FMPO)

Transportation planning is a cooperative process designed to encourage involvement by all users of the system, such as the business community, community groups, pedestrian & bicycle advocates, environmental organizations, the traveling public, freight operators, and the general public, through a public participation process conducted by the FMPO.

Agenda packets for the Frontier Metropolitan Planning Organization (FMPO) Policy Board and Technical Committee meetings can be found on the MEETINGS & EVENTS tab. All meetings are open to the public. We encourage participation especially during our long-range plan update which is currently underway. The long-range plan, or Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) (23 CFR 450.322), is our 20-year fiscally constrained multi-modal transportation plan for the metropolitan planning area (MPA).