Franklin County Metropolitan Planning Organization (FCMPO)
Who We Are
A Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is a transportation policy-making and decision-making entity made up of community members representing transportation and business interests, and local and state governments.
MPOs are mandated to implement the metropolitan transportation planning process outlined in the federal transportation regulations (23 USC 134 and 49 USC 5303). The MPO coordinates with PennDOT in planning for the transportation needs of the county.
The MPO is responsible for developing a unified planning work program, updating the transportation improvement program and preparing a long range transportation plan among other planning tasks.
Staff support is provided by the Franklin County Planning Department.
272 North Second St
Chambersburg, PA 17201
Phone (717) 261-3855
FAX (717) 264-8667
2021 MPO Policy Board Meeting Dates:
2021 Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Meeting Dates:
All meetings will be held at 9:30 AM. Due to COVID-19 safety measures, meetings may be held in either a virtual or in-person format. Please check the FCMPO website or call the Planning Department for verification of the meeting format or location. In-person meetings will be held at 272 N Second St. Chambersburg, PA 17201.
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
As a Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), Franklin MPO is responsible for developing a Transportation Improvement Program in partnership with PennDOT, which is updated every two years. The TIP is a list of priority projects, which includes projects addressing safety and congestion issues, highway/bridge maintenance projects, bicycle/pedestrian projects, and freight-related improvements. This project list covers a four-year period. The current 2021-2024 TIP was adopted on July 15, 2020.