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The Syracuse Metropolitan Transportation Council (SMTC) is the state-designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), responsible for administering continuous and comprehensive transportation planning for this region. SMTC’s planning jurisdiction, called the Metropolitan Planning Area (MPA), covers Onondaga County, the Town of Sullivan in Madison County, and the Towns of Hastings, Schroeppel, West Monroe and a small portion of Granby in Oswego County. As the MPO, the SMTC provides the forum for cooperative decision making in the development of transportation plans, programs and recommendations. Its committees are comprised of elected and appointed officials, representing local, state and federal governments, agencies, and organizations having interest in or responsibility for transportation planning and programming. The SMTC also provides an opportunity for citizens to participate in the discussion of specific transportation issues and projects, and encourages the public to get involved in the public involvement opportunities available.

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