The Technical Assistance Program (TA Program) provides assistance to eligible MORPC members for community-based planning services that help to advance regional goals and specific strategies identified in the Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP).
The TA Program awards technical assistance services through a competitive application process. Only local governments and MORPC members within the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) area are eligible.
New! 2024 Technical Assistance Program
The application window for the 2024 Technical Assistance Program is now open. Please complete an application here.
Completed applications must be submitted by Friday, October 13, 2023 at 5 p.m.
An informational webinar was held on Monday, September 18, 2023 to highlight the purpose of the program, the types of services being offered for 2024, and the requirements for the application process.
Please review the 2023 Technical Assistance Program Guide before completing an application.
Application Opens: Friday, September 15, 2023
Informational Webinar: Monday, September 18, 2023
Application Closes: Friday, October 13, 2023
Award Announcement: Friday, November 3, 2023
2023 Technical Assistance Program
The 2023 Technical Assistance services are currently wrapping up and include:
- Brown Township (Franklin County): Central Ohio Greenways Vision Refinement
- Berlin Township (Delaware County): Trail Access Improvements and Active Transportation Planning
- City of Grove City: Central Ohio Greenways Vision Refinement and Trail Access Improvements
- Violet Township (Fairfield County): Trail Access Improvements and Active Transportation Planning
- City of Delaware: Safety Action Plan Development
Past Technical Assistance Services
See the fact sheets provided below for more information about services previously provided through the MORPC Technical Assistance Program.
- City of Hilliard – Cemetery Road Conceptual Development Framework
- Franklin County – Complete Streets Implementation Toolkit
- Jefferson Township – Blacklick Station Conceptual Development Framework
- City of Columbus – Speed Management and Traffic Calming Framework
- City of Westerville – Cleveland Avenue Corridor Vision