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About Metroplan

Metroplan serves as the regional voice on issues affecting Central Arkansas, develops transportation plans required by federal law, and convenes stakeholders to deal with common environmental issues. Metroplan also provides information and staff resources to our member governments and the public.

Metroplan is an association of local governments that has operated by inter-local agreement since 1955. Originally formed as the Metropolitan Area Planning Commission of Pulaski County, Metroplan now has members in Pulaski, Faulkner, Saline, Lonoke and Grant Counties. Metroplan is the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) under Title 23 of the United States Code.
The public is invited to review and submit comments on the transportation planning activities proposed for State Fiscal Year 2020 (July 1, 2019, through June 30, 2020) in the Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) for the Central Arkansas Transportation Study area (CARTS). The document may be viewed here.
The public comment period is from Sunday, April 28, 2019, through close of business day on Monday, May 27, 2019.
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Metroplan Archives

Joan S. Vessels Memorial Library
The Digital Archival Storage of Metroplan’s History will be referred to as the Joan S. Vessels Memorial Library.  Following her death in 1998, the Metroplan Board of Directors instilled the name on Metroplan’s Library.  Joan was a dedicated employee of Metroplan from 1960 until 1993.
Metroplan has digitally stored maps and documents for current and future use and research.  Access to these documents is available through the link ”Metroplan Archives” above.  Clicking will redirect you to DocuWare, the program we have utilized to store our data.
  • Maps – Area and jurisdiction map archives
  • Planning – Studies and reports
  • Organization – Minutes, Resolutions and other general reports
You will have the ability to read, print, or download as a PDF.
Search fields will narrow the scope of the research.  A “fulltext” search will locate every instance of a specific word.