Fresno COG’s Overall Work Program (OWP)
About the OWP
The Overall Work Program (OWP) does two main things: 1) it describes and programs planning studies (along with any defined objectives, tasks, and deliverables), and 2) describes and programs the budgetary and staffing requirements for Fresno COG. The OWP is a requirement for metropolitan transportation planning activities performed with Federal funds provided under 23 USC and 49 USC 53.
The OWP identifies transportation-related planning projects and studies (called work elements) undertaken by Fresno COG and its participating agencies. Often these studies are completed in order to investigate and better understand a specific transportation problem and to help define the best possible solution. Other studies included in the OWP address Federal planning requirements, such as the development of a Congestion Management Process, or monitoring the impact of projects on low-income and minority populations.
Draft 2018-2019 OWP
DRAFT 2018-2019 Fresno COG Overall Work Plan – released for 45-day public review and comment on February 23, 2018.
2017-2018 Final Fresno COG Overall Work Program – approved May 25, 2017
Past year’s Overall Work Programs
Overall Work Program 2014-2015
2014-2015 OWP – Part 1, Pages 1-74 covering Work Elements up to #215
2014-2015 OWP – Part 2, Pages 75-144 covering Work Elements #220 to #950
2014-2015 OWP – Appendices
Resolution No 2014-06