The Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) incorporates all transportation planning and supporting comprehensive planning activities anticipated in the Bend MPO area each fiscal year. It is intended to provide a framework for the coordination of transportation planning efforts by local, State, and regional agencies through the Bend MPO Policy Board. The UPWP outlines the major work tasks and many specific subtasks.
2020-21 UPWP will be reviewed in February 2020 by our federal and state partners. You can view a draft of this document. There will be a 30 day public comment period prior to the review and discussion of comments received during the April 2020 MPO Policy Board Meeting. Contact BMPO staff for more details.
2019-20 current UPWP includes descriptions of planning tasks, a schedule for completing tasks, and source of funding. The UPWP is updated annually. The majority of the funds that support the UPWP tasks come from Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Surface Transportation Block Grant (STBG) Funds.
The 2019-20 UPWP was reviewed for comments by FHWA, FTA and ODOT in February 2109. The MPO Policy Board reviewed the annual work program and approved the plan by way of Resolution 2019-03 on April 16, 2019.
The Bend MPO budget document provides information about the priorities the Policy Board has set to be accomplished during the next fiscal year, but it also includes information about the day-to-day activities performed by the MPO.
The Budget Message provides a concise discussion of the major priorities of the Bend MPO; the financial and program information included in the Budget and Work Program section of the budget provides more detailed information about the budget for the major work tasks. The Budget Document is foremost a financial plan, providing a numerical road map that matches resources available with the spending priorities established through policy direction and goals established by the Policy Board.
A meeting of the Bend Metropolitan Planning Organization (BMPO) Policy Board convened on April 16, 2019 where a public hearing was held and comments were received from the public. The 2019-2020 Budget was reviewed and approvedby way of Resolution 2019-02.
The purpose of the financial report is to describe the scope of an independent audit and testing of internal control and compliance and the results of that testing, and does not provide an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal control or on compliance. The financial report is an integral part of an audit performed in
accordance with Minimum Standards for Audits of Oregon Municipal Corporations, prescribed by the
Secretary of State, in considering the entity’s internal control and compliance.