Planning Documents

Transportation Performance Management

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) defines Transportation Performance Management (TPM) as a strategic approach that uses system information to make investment and policy decisions to achieve national performance goals. FHWA established a set of performance measures for State Departments of Transportation (State DOT) and Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO) to use as required by Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21) Act and the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act.   The TPM approach from MAP-21 and the FAST Act is carried forward to the current law, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). The WRATS Policy Committee voted to support PM1, PM2, PM3, and TAM Plan targets approved by the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT). Another requirement is the System Performance Report, which presents the condition and performance of the transportation system with respect to required performance measures and documents performance targets and progress achieved in meeting the targets in comparison with previous reports.

Safety Targets for 2024
TPM Targets added to 2045 MTP and FY 2021-2024 TIP
PE & ROW changed for SR 7/SR 127/US 41 @ Big Indian Creek in Perry
TAM Plan Targets updated for FY 2021

2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan

The Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) identifies the transportation needs for roads, bridges, public transportation, bicycles, pedestrians, and freight movement in the year 2045 based on the anticipated growth in the MPO area.

2045 MTP Appendix

2040 Long Range Transportation Plan


The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) lists street, highway, and transit construction projects that have been authorized and allocated for the State’s construction work program, according to the proposed scheduling and phasing for fiscal years.

Transportation Improvement Program FY 2024-2027 

TIP Amendments & Administrative Modifications

Transportation Improvement Program FY 2021-2024

TIP Amendments & Administrative Modifications

Transportation Improvement Program FY 2018-2021  

TIP Amendments & Administrative Modifications


The Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) guides MPO activities toward the goal of establishing a continuous, cooperative, and comprehensive transportation planning process. The document assigns responsibilities for conducting various tasks, enumerates anticipated costs, and identifies funding sources.
FY 2021 UPWP Resolution

Unified Planning Work Program FY 2022

Unified Planning Work Program FY 2023

Unified Planning Work Program FY 2024

Draft Unified Planning Work Program FY 2025

The Participation Plan provides the guidelines used by the Warner Robins Area Transportation Plan (WRATS) for public participation. It is designed to encourage and provide the greatest level of education on transportation issues, along with opportunities for citizens and interested parties to contribute their ideas and voice their opinions early and often.

Amendment Resolution

The focus of this particular study is to establish a plan for future bicycle and pedestrian facilities that will: (1) serve as a catalyst to gradually move the adult population in the WRATS Area from its almost total dependence on the automobile, thus improving traffic congestion and air quality; and (2) increase the number of school-age children who walk or ride a bike to school.