Nearly half of all teens will be in a car crash before graduation - crashes are the leading cause of death for those age 15 to 19 Read More
GRPC Agency Video
Local Air Quality
Wednesday, November 2ndPublic Meetings: Gautier to Ocean Springs – Hwy 90 Multi-Use Path
Thursday, November 3rdPublic Meeting: Gautier to Ocean Springs – Hwy 90 Multi-Use Path
- MDEQ Public Meeting (Turkey Creek )
Following US ban, airlines based in Hong Kong, China, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Germany and Italy prohibit flying with the fire/explosion risk. Read More
DOT expects to hear from more states as officials assess the extent of the damage and figure out what to ask for. Read More
Legislators reviewing state spending questioned Department of Transportation officials on Tuesday Read More
View our Interactive Map
View our Interactive Map – The Interactive Map is a GIS (Geographic Information Systems), application that our agency utilizes for display and monitoring GRPC related projects like our TIP projects, RR Crossings, Safety Projects, Mississippi Gulf Coast Bike Routes and many more map layers that can be viewed and controlled by you. Feel free to try it out let us know what you think.
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Know how the transportation planning process works and how you can help our future!
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- Receive notice of upcoming training and development opportunities
- Be aware of volunteer and other community needs as they arise
- Participate on a planning committee or through a public opinion survey
Did you know that Popps Ferry was the major mode of transportation for people, livestock & vehicles across the Biloxi Back Bay until the early 1900's?
The ferry began its operation in the early 1800's and remained a private enterprise until Harrison County took over its management in 1916. the roadwy and surrounding neighborhood remain named after the last ferry landing owner, John F. Popp (1835-1918.)Source: biloxihistoricalsociety.org