Tools & Resources

Tools & Resources

2016 – 2040 Active Transportation Plan Web Map
The ATP interactive map is a tool to help identify appropriate project types. It includes data about bikeways, bus routes, sidewalks, points of interest, crash data, and more.
Active Transportation Plan
The Active Transportation Plan (ATP) identifies regionally significant active transportation projects that include pedestrian, bicycle, and transit accommodations.
Bike Level of Comfort
Major roads are coded to reflect general bike friendliness, based on non-rush hour travel conditions.
Central Ohio Bikeways
These data show locations of existing, expected, and recommended bicycle facilities in Delaware and Franklin counties, Bloom and Violet townships in Fairfield County, and Pataskala in Licking County.
Central Ohio Data Catalog
The Central Ohio Data Catalog is a one-stop location for all of our publicly available datasets.
Columbus Metro Bike Map
The Columbus Metro Bike Map gives you a color-coded view of the user-friendliness of on-road bike facilities in the core of Central Ohio.
Complete Streets
Complete Streets are roadways designed to safely and comfortably accommodate all users.
Complete Streets Equipment Library
To help members make data-driven decisions on transportation-related projects, MORPC maintains an equipment library where members can check out equipment designed to collect pedestrian and bicycle volumes, roadway operating speeds, and project geometries.
Development Areas
Information on potential development areas collected by MORPC via local news sources and community visits. Geography: 12 county Central Ohio region: Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Knox, Licking, Madison, Marion, Morrow, Pickaway, Ross, and Union Counties.
Development Points
Information on potential development sites collected by MORPC via local news sources and community visits. Geography: 12 county Central Ohio region: Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Knox, Licking, Madison, Marion, Morrow, Pickaway, Ross, and Union Counties.
Federal Functional Classification
The Federal-aid system is identified by the functional classification of routes, which determine the route's eligibility for federal funding. Generally, federal highway funding cannot be spent on roads that are not at least classified as a “minor collector” in the urban area or a “major collector” in the rural area. Federal-aid eligible routes are identified in color on the map. "Local" routes are not eligible for federal aid. Federal functional classifications are assigned based on a roadway’s role in providing access and mobility in the region.
Funding & Grants
Funding and grant opportunities that are available to local communities and organizations.
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