The Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Plan establishes the required policies and procedures for ensuring non-discrimination in the award and administration of Department of Transportation-assisted contracts.
Title VI and Environmental Justice
BTPO has agreed to use the Idaho Transportation Department’s Title VI policy.
BTPO Title VI and Environmental Justice Plan
BTPO is required to conduct an annual audit of the financial practices of the organization.
BTPO Fiscal Statement 2011 (PDF)
BTPO Financial Statement 2012 (PDF)
BTPO Financial Statement 2013
BTPO Financial Statement 2014 (PDF)
BTPO Financial Statement 2015 (PDF)
BTPO Financial Statement 2016 PDF 468 KB)
BTPO Financial Statement 2017 (PDF
BTPO Financial Statement 2018 (PDF)
BTPO 2019 Audit (PDF)
BTPO 2020 AUDIT (PDF)
Memorandum of Understanding
BTPO’s responsibilities overlap with many other government agencies and organizations. MOUs outline the different responsibilities for each agency involved in the MOU.
The Transit Planning Cooperative Agreement outlines transit planning responsibility between Pocatello Regional Transit and Bannock Transportation Planning Organization.
This MOU outlines the planning responsibilities between agencies within the Portneuf Valley Non Attainment Area.
BTPO has agreed to use Idaho Transportation Department’s Title VI policy as the BTPO Title VI policy.
BTPO and the Idaho Transportation Department have approved an MOU relating to the mutual responsibilities in carrying out transportation planning within the Pocatello/Chubbuck Urbanized area. The March 2016 updated replaces the previous MOU.