ST. LOUIS – Crawford, Murphy & Tilly (CMT) was recently chosen to lead the St. Louis, MO, Citywide Transportation and Mobility Plan (TMP).

Key components of the plan will include a new transportation chapter to be adopted into the City’s Comprehensive Plan, a Safety Action Plan, a Street Typology Design Guide, and various policy and procedural updates across the City departments.

The City of St. Louis allocated $40 million in ARPA funding to be used toward transportation enhancements, including a new Citywide Mobility Plan. The TMP will be the City’s first such plan locally in decades. This will set a vision for mobility across St. Louis by establishing well-defined guiding principles, themes that reflect the values and desires of residents, improved project information for the public, and a wraparound prioritization of safety.

The project will commence in March 2024, with an approximate planning timeline of 18 months.



Crawford, Murphy & Tilly is a planning, engineering, and consulting firm with 25 offices across nine states. The firm’s mission is to provide superior infrastructure solutions, responsive to clients’ needs and expectations, while fostering growth and development for employees.