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WWW Draft LRP 2040 - Volume 1 (17.6 MB PDF file)
WWW Draft LRP 2040 - Volume 2 (Appendices)  (24.5 MB PDF file)

The public comment period for the Draft Long Range Transportation Plan Update 2040 begins November 16, 2016. Comments may be sent to randy.durst@movrc.org. There will be public meetings on December 5 and 6th, 2016. Times and locations will be advertised at a later date.
Welcome to the Wood-Washington-Wirt Interstate Planning Commission (WWW) home on the web. We hope you will find it useful and informative.WW is the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Parkersburg, WV-Marietta, OH urbanized area which oversees the use of Federal Funds for transportation projects.

The WWW designated study area expands beyond the urban area boundary to encompass all of Wood County, West Virginia, and portions of Washington County, Ohio, including the townships of Newport, Marietta, Fearing, Muskingum, Warren, Dunham and Belpre. Initially, Wirt County, West Virginia was included in both the Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and the transportation planning study area. When the Census Bureau excluded Wirt County from the MSA during the 1980 census, the county was eliminated from the study area. However, the official name of the organization remained the same.

                  PUBLIC NOTICE                 

The Wood-Washington-Wirt Interstate Planning Commission (WWW) is considering an amendment to the Fiscal Year 2016-2019 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The TIP provides a list of transportation projects programmed over a four-year period utilizing federal funds. The amendment being considered is for changes to the transit portion of the TIP for the Mid-Ohio Valley Transit Authority (MOVTA). Projects being considered include the inclusion of bicycle shelters and repair stations at various locations within the transit service area, and the purchase of replacement buses in Fiscal Year 2017 and 2019. Project specific information can be found here, or by calling the WWW office at (304) 422-4993 extension 125. Anyone interested in reviewing and commenting on the proposed amendment must do so by January 24, 2017. This notice of public involvement activity and time established for public review and comment satisfies the program of projects public participation requirements.