Port leaders announced on Thursday the Department of Defense has granted strategic seaport designation to Gulfport. Read More
Joint Land Use Study Request for Proposals
Submission date – November 30, 2015
2040 Long-Range Planning Process
is Happening Now!
Monday, November 30thRequest for Proposals (Ends Nov. 30)
Thursday, December 10thMS Gulf Coast MPO Annual Meeting
Wednesday, December 16thGRPC Board Meeting (New Date Time & Location Due to Christmas Holiday)
Wednesday, January 27thGRPC Board Meeting
- Get To B Safety Series Event: Access Management
A plan is now in place to make a dangerous intersection in Jackson County safer.MDOT will soon begin the project at Hwy 63 and Hwy 614 Read More
BACK BAY MISSION announces The RED, WHITE and BLUE Fundraiser Nov. 6-11 Read More
Effective October 1, 2015 - new ground-level ozone standard (70ppb) Read More
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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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- 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