The Sioux Falls Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) receives federal funding to conduct continuous, comprehensive, and cooperative transportation planning and programming activities for its study area, including the Cities of Brandon, Crooks, Harrisburg, Hartford, Sioux Falls, and Tea, as well as portions of Lincoln and Minnehaha Counties. The 2014 Year End Report for the Sioux Falls MPO is now posted at: http://siouxfallsmpo.org/resources/publications/. Highlights of the transportation planning activities from 2013 include: completion of the 2014 Long-Range Transportation Plan Market Research Study and Survey, work on the I-229 Exit 5 (26th Street) Crossroad Corridor and I-229 Major Investment Studies, and continued efforts to develop and implement work activities to address the priorities identified in the Coordinated Public Transit Human Services Transportation Plan. Additional information on these activities and more can be found at http://www.siouxfallsmpo.org/. Overall, the Sioux Falls MPO completed just under $2 million in transportation planning activities in 2014, which continues work to improve a coordinated multi-modal transportation system in the region.