Comprised of the towns of Barnstable, Yarmouth, Dennis, Bourne, Sandwich, Falmouth, and Mashpee, Cape Cod’s Mid and Upper Cape subregions are home to a robust year-round and workforce population, while…
Each year, the Cape Cod Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and the Cape Cod Joint Transportation Committee (CCJTC) meet publicly to review the development of the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and the Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP), plans that set the course for transportation work across the region.
As a federal Economic Development Administration (EDA)-designated Economic Development District, Cape Cod is required to develop a Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) every five years. With the current plan set to expire in 2024, work is underway to lay the groundwork for a renewed strategy to support a strong and vibrant Cape Cod.
The Cape Cod Commission’s Low-Lying Roads project is coming to a close this year. Since it was initiated in 2022, the project has identified roadways in the region most vulnerable to flooding from the combined effects of sea level rise and storm surge. Commission staff and contractor Woods Hole Group, working individually with each town, prioritized roads using a combination of state-of-the-art modeling and community engagement.
During a meeting held on January 22, 2024, the Cape Cod Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) released the Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2024-2028 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendment 1 for a 21-day public review and comment period.
Public and non-profit housing providers invited to submit letters of interest In-home broadband access is a key component of digital equity.
Under the Unified Planning Work Program, Commission staff have begun a year-long process to analyze five years of crash data from more than 13 interchanges. Staff is studying crash history to determine each crash's exact location, examining the type and severity of crashes, and reviewing existing conditions, such as traffic controls and pedestrian accommodations.
Yarmouth residents interested in the future of Station Avenue gathered at Yarmouth Town Hall on December 13 to learn more about the Station Avenue Corridor Study and share their thoughts on potential improvements.