Overall Work Program
The Overall Work Program (OWP) describes and programs (1) the budgetary and staffing resources necessary for OahuMPO to meet federal requirements and (2) regionally significant transportation planning studies.
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 studies (called work elements) undertaken by the OahuMPO 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. View the OWP Processes & Procedures (PDF) for more information.
The OahuMPO Policy Board endorsed the OWP FY2024-2025 on April 25, 2023.