KYOVA Interstate Planning Commission is an association of local governments in southwestern West Virginia, northeastern Kentucky and southern Ohio that serves as a forum for assessing and acting upon regional transportation concerns. KYOVA's goal is to promote cooperation among members, the governments closest to the people and to maximize their capabilities for solving problems that cannot be solved by any one jurisdiction. KYOVA is responsible for the oversight of the Huntington, WV-KY-OH Transportation Management Area (TMA) which includes the West Virginia counties of Cabell, Wayne and a portion of Putnam, Kentucky counties of Boyd and Greenup and Lawrence County, Ohio. However, the adjacent MPO , Regional Intergovernmental Council (RIC) is responsible for transportation planning activities for the Putnam County, West Virginia portion that falls within the TMA boundary.

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Upcoming Events


KYOVA Policy Committee
Special Meeting
December 8, 2017 10am
Location: KYOVA Office






Public Involvement

KYOVA 2018 - 2021 TIP Amendment #3 [more ]