Sheboygan Area Transportation Plan (SATP)

In order to comply with new, current and changing federal regulations, as well as to address the needs of the ever evolving urbanized and metropolitan planning areas, the Sheboygan MPO must update its transportation plan every four years as part of a continuing, cooperative and comprehensive transportation planning process. Because Sheboygan County is a nonattainment area for ground-level ozone, the transportation plan must be adopted every four years, while transportation plans in attainment areas (areas that meet EPA air quality standards for particulates, carbon monoxide, ozone and other criteria pollutants) must be adopted every five years.

The purpose of the SATP is to prepare an updated transportation plan for the Sheboygan metropolitan planning area to guide local units of government in making appropriate transportation decisions over the long-range future (at least 20 years from the year of approval).


The Bay-Lake Regional Planning Commission staff is in the process of updating the Year 2045 SATP.  Draft chapters and appendices will be added to this page for public review as they are completed.  It is expected that the Update to the Year 2045 SATP will be approved in the Spring of 2019.

The following draft chapters of the Update to the Year 2045 SATP have been completed (changes made that deviate from these chapters in the original Year 2045 SATP are highlighted in yellow):

Year 2045 SATP

The Bay-Lake Regional Planning Commission approved the Year 2045 Sheboygan Area Transportation Plan (SATP) on May 29, 2015.

To view the Year 2045 Sheboygan Area Transportation Plan (SATP), please click on either of the links below:


For more information, please contact:
Jeffrey Agee-Aguayo, Transportation Planner
Phone:  (920) 448-2820, Ext. 103
Email:  jagee@baylakerpc.org