On June 14, 2019, Governor Abbott signed the merger of the three Rio Grande Valley Metropolitan Planning Organizations (RGVMPO).
The CCRMA was invited by the Port of Brownsville to attend the Expo Logística y Manejo de Materiales in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico that took place from May 22-24, 2019. The event brought various entities and vendors together to participate in a forum that discusses the importance of international logistics, infrastructure, technology, and transportation services.
Signed RGVMPO Re-Designation Agreement 4-24-19 https://www.brownsvilleherald.com/news/local/mpos-come-together-today-brownsville-joins-other-transportation-entities/article_cd00d3da-6619-11e9-8662-5bc1c624963e.html https://riograndeguardian.com/today-valley-mayors-meet-to-sign-mpo-merger-agreement/
Veterans Press Release
Port of Brownsville Receives $1.5M TxDOT Grant
Thank you to the Pharr International Bridge for partnering with us in making tolling history. Check out the video for a look at their Go Live event, showcasing our proud partnership for the benefit of the RGV community.
CCRMA Press Release September 17, 2018
The CCRMA is spearheading the SH 32 (East Loop) project to move commercial vehicles traffic away from International Boulevard in Brownsville. The road will connect Ostos Road at the Port of Brownsville to one of the planned East Loop endpoints on Boca Chica Boulevard, also known as State Highway 4.
Cameron County road construction projects are cruising along, according to updates presented Tuesday to the commissioners court. BY NADIA TAMEZ-ROBLEDO STAFF WRITER FOR THE BROWNSVILLE HERALD Cameron County road construction projects are cruising along, according to updates presented Tuesday to the commissioners court. Cameron County Regional Mobility Authority Executive Director Pete Sepulveda Jr. said getting…