TSMO project solicitation
Metro’s TSMO program invited letters of interest and applications for funding to deliver projects throughout greater Portland.
Regional funding for TSMO is an opportunity for Metro and partners to create projects that advance racial equity outcomes while meeting mobility needs of people traveling in the region. Historically, TSMO focused on the sources of traffic congestion. The 2021 TSMO Strategy focuses on how people experience congestion and actions that will improve mobility.
The Letters of Interest deadline was Sept. 30, 2022. Agencies that received a positive response on their letter of interest may apply, referring to the TSMO Strategy Project Solicitation Guide and application, due January 20, 2023.
Additional TSMO resources
Regional coordination is focused on operators of traffic lights, highway management systems, transit systems and mobility service providers. Coordination requires technical work, expanding capabilities, agreements and discussion of new concepts. Find resources to implement regional TSMO here. These resources include:
- Data collection: Portland Multimodal Arterial Performance management implementation guidance, Arterial Measures Guide poster
- Interoperability: Regional ITS Architecture
- Concepts for TSMO Corridors
- Links to local operators, data collectors and guidance from federal partners and national organizations