About CAMPO Plans & Program Documents

CAMPO’s primary purpose is the local coordination and distribution of federal transportation funds. To be eligible for these funds, CAMPO must prepare, adopt, and maintain (1) a Metropolitan Transportation Plan (otherwise known as the MTP or the long-range plan) that establishes an understanding of long-term transportation needs, (2) a Transportation Improvement Program (the TIP) that provides a short-term list of projects and their funding sources, and (3) a 2-year Unified Planning Work Program (the UPWP) describing how local transportation needs are continuously evaluated.  This page describes the current Unified Planning Work Program, see the menu to the right for links to the other documents.

2021-2022 Unified Planning Work Program

CAMPO is required to develop a two-year Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP), a plan of action for the organization, which includes a budget for each year, and describes all anticipated CAMPO over the period.  While covering a two-year period, the UPWP is updated annually to reflect any changed priorities and/or funding.

The 2021-2022 UPWP’s 2nd Year Update was approved by the CAMPO Policy Board on November 8, 2021 and took effect on January 1, 2022
2021-2022 UPWP (with 2nd Year Update)

Draft 2023-2024 Unified Planning Work Program

The draft 2023-2024 UPWP is now available for review for a 30-day period, extending from September 21 to October 21 (see above link). Comments may be submitted by email to lthayer@columbus.in.gov, by phone to 812-376-2557, by mail to Laura Thayer, Planning Department, 123 Washington Street, Columbus, Indiana 47201, or in person in the Planning Department.