The success of the 2008 CMP relies on the committed participation of the key stakeholders of the El Paso region. TxDOT-El Paso District will commit to deliver several roadway mobility projects using traditional gas-tax funds, while the CRRMA will have the responsibility to develop and implement the projects that will generate new revenue sources through tolling and other innovative financing mechanisms.
The 2008 CMP also calls for Sun Metro to develop the first two corridors of the Bus Rapid Transit system for the El Paso region through a combination of traditional and innovative financing. The City of El Paso will play a key role in the implementation of the 2008 CMP through the establishment of a regional Transportation Reinvestment Zone (TRZ) strategy that will potentially generate new dedicated revenues for the development of multiple transportation projects in the region.
Finally, the El Paso MPO Transportation Policy Board will play the key role of programming the corresponding funds to each of the projects in the CMP and to approve the necessary amendments to the 2035 TransBorder Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) and its corresponding Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).