Input from residents, local governments and the private sector impacts decisions about transportation and air quality policies, programs and plans for North Texas. After all, these decisions determine how North Texans live and travel in the 12-county Dallas-Fort Worth region.
Input received is provided to the Regional Transportation Council. Comments or questions may be submitted on the specific items listed or other transportation and air quality topics.

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Phone: (855) 925-2801 (Enter code 6129)
(855) 925-2801 (Text keyword "nctcogJune24")
Fax: (817) 640-3028
Mail: P.O. Box 5888, Arlington, Texas 76005-5888


Additional information about these topics will be found below in the documents tab near the bottom of the page.

Modifications to the FY2024 and FY2025 Unified Planning Work Program

The Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) for Regional Transportation Planning provides a summary of transportation and related air quality planning activities to be conducted in North Central Texas. Proposed modifications to the FY2024 and FY2025 UPWP are posted below in the files tab near the bottom of the page for review and comment. More information:


Interactive Public Input: Map Your Experience
NCTCOG’s Transportation Department is accepting public input through an online map tool.  Help us plan for the future by letting us know how the region’s transportation system can better serve you. Share your transportation experience at

NCTCOG Spatial Data Cooperative Program
Are you looking for highly-accurate aerial photography, LiDAR, or related data products? NCTCOG’s Spatial Data Cooperative Program has provided these products to local governments, consultants, and other partners on an annual basis since 2001. Partners can sign up to participate in the current year’s cooperative to receive this data at a much lower cost than if it were purchased individually. As the number of participants in the program increases, the cost decreases due to economies of scale and volume discounting. Data acquired by past projects is available for purchase as well. The program has long-standing relationships with its vendors and is committed to producing affordable spatial data that soars above the rest. For more information, visit

Dallas-Fort Worth Air Quality Improvement Plan (DFW AQIP)
Local governments across the region are working with the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) to develop the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Air Quality Improvement Plan (AQIP). The DFW AQIP will create a roadmap for the region to improve air quality, protect public health, and reduce impacts of extreme weather events. The development of this plan is funded through a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Climate Pollution Reduction Grants (CPRG) Program. For more information and to submit feedback on the DFW AQIP, please visit

Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities (DFWCC)
The Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities Coalition is a local coalition of the Department of Energy Clean Cities program focused on advancing our nation’s economic, environmental, and energy security through increasing fleet efficiency and reducing energy impact and emissions from transportation and promoting the use of alternative fuels. DFW Clean Cities regularly hosts meetings, webinars, and other events to provide information to stakeholders about alternative fuel initiatives. To see past and upcoming events, and learn more about what the Coalition does, visit

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You may also email or text your comment using the contact information above. Instructions to provide a voicemail comment are also above. Staff will follow up on questions and comments as appropriate.

Comments relevant to and received during specific public comment periods are provided to the RTC in advance of any meetings where they are scheduled to take action on the relevant policy, plan or program. All comments received outside these formal public comment periods, regardless of the topic, are compiled into a monthly report and presented to the RTC in advance of its next regularly scheduled meeting. These comments are accessible to the public through the RTC meeting agendas, public meeting minutes and monthly comment reports posted on the NCTCOG website.

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