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WACOG's Transportation Program


       

WACOG's Transportation Planning Department assist member entities and Native American Tribes within La Paz and Mohave Counties in securing funding opportunities for transportation related infrastructure and planning projects.

Involved in virtually every aspect of western Arizona's transportation needs for our local members, WACOG also provides coordinated planning and technical assistance for, highway and local roadway improvement,  population data collection and projections, regional and local transit studies and coordiination efforts between all transit programs throughout the region.

Should you have any questions, please contact WACOG's Transportation Planner at:

Western Arizona Council of Governments
Transportation Planning Services

Transportation Planner
Western Arizona Council of Governments
208 N. 4th Street
Kingman, AZ 86401
928-377-1070 Office

The WACOG transportation work elements are defined in the WACOG Work Program, which is a part of the ADOT Transportation Planning Contract with WACOG. The programs are governed by the WACOG Executive Board, with input from the WACOG Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC). The TAC consists of professional staff from each entity in La Paz and Mohave County.  WACOG FY2015 Work Program

 

The WACOG 2016 Title VI Report covers the Western Arizona Council of Governments (WACOG) efforts in providing Title VI non-discrimination policies for all WACOG programs; to include transportation planning activities and Federally Assisted Programs administered through WACOG. A link to the draft plan is posted below, allowing for a public commentary period.

WACOG assures that no person shall; on the grounds of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, limited English proficiency, or low-income status be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any WACOG sponsored program or activity.

WACOG also assures that every effort will be made to prevent discrimination through the impacts of its programs, policies and activities on minority and low-income populations within its region.

 Link to Arizona's 2016 Population Estimates (Click Here to Down load)

 Link to WACOG 2016 Title VI Report (Click Here to Down load) 

  Title VI Notice to the Public (Click Here to Down load)

   Title VI Complaint Procedure (Click Here to Down load)

   Title VI Complaint Form (Click Here to Down load)

    Link to FHWA MAP-21 (Click Here to Down load)

 

    Local Government Manual-Federal Process Manual (Click Here to Down load)

ADOT has developed a step by step manual to help guide our local governments in the process of developing and constructing road projects with federal funds.  All projects utilizing federal funds must adhere to this process.  Please follow the link to the ADOT site to review the manual.

 

 

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