About Us

As the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for New York City, Long Island and the lower Hudson Valley, NYMTC provides a collaborative planning forum to address transportation-related issues, develop regional plans and make decisions on the use of federal transportation funds for its planning area. To be eligible for these funds, NYMTC undertakes a transportation planning process specified in federal regulations. NYMTC is comprised of nine voting members and seven advisory members who develop plans, goals and a shared vision for the region's transportation network.

NYMTC’s planning area includes 2,440 square miles and a 2020 population of 13.17 million, approximately 65% of New York State’s population and 4 percent of the population of the nation.

who we are of about us Who We Are

NYMTC's members are elected officials and heads of transportation and environmental agencies.

what we do of about us What We Do

NYMTC provides a collaborative planning forum to address transportation-related issues from a regional perspective.

Council Member Of About Us Council Members

NYMTC's members guide the regional transportation planning process to ensure the region's eligibility for federal transportation funds.

pfac of about us Program, Finance, and Administration Committee (PFAC)

The PFAC oversees NYMTC's day-to-day activities.

Annual Report Of About Us Annual Reports

A comprehensive look at NYMTC's annual planning activities.

Procedures Agreement Of About Us Procedures and Agreements

NYMTC works closely with neighboring MPOs which, when brought together, constitute one of the nation’s largest commuter shed areas.

Federal Regulations Of About Us Federal Regulations

The FAST Act is the current federal transportation legislation.

Accessibility Of About Us Compliance

NYMTC's Title VI Policy and Language Access Procedures establish a framework for compliance with federal regulations.