Regional Planning Affiliation 18 (RPA-18)
The State of Iowa has 18 Regional Planning Affiliations (RPAs) that provide transportation planning on a regional level outside the urbanized areas. RPA-18 is comprised of Harrison, Mills, Shelby, and the non-urbanized portion of Pottawattamie County in southwest Iowa. MAPA serves as the RPA facilitator for RPA-18. This planning work includes the development and maintenance of the RPA's Long Range Transportation Plan, Regional TIP, other Iowa DOT requirements, as well as professional and administrative services for the RPA. The RPA-18 Board has separate Policy and Technical Committees, comprised of representatives from each county (Harrison, Mills, Pottawattamie and Shelby) and each city with a population greater than 5,000 (currently the city of Glenwood). The Southwest Iowa Transit Agency (SWITA) and the Iowa DOT are also represented on the Technical Committee.
RPA-18 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan - January 2014
Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP)
The Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP) provides a detailed listing of the regionally significant transportation projects occurring within the region. The current RTIP is fiscally constrained for Fiscal Years 2015-2018. The FY2015 Regional Transportation Improvement Program took effect on October 1, 2014.
Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP)
RPA18 2030 LRTP- April 2007 RPA Public Participation Plan - January 2007 2015 Meetings 2014 Meetings
RPA18 2030 LRTP- April 2007
RPA Public Participation Plan - January 2007