The Warner Robins Area Transportation Study (WRATS) is the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Warner Robins Urbanized Area. WRATS plans and coordinates transportation improvements for the Warner Robins metropolitan planning area, which consists of all of Houston County and the northeastern portion of Peach County to include the incorporated cities of Warner Robins, Byron, Centerville, and Perry. The metropolitan planning area of Warner Robins consists of 417 square miles and approximately 149,000 people.
The Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC) is composed of transportation specialists and key staff members of participating governmental jurisdictions. The TCC provides guidance in the preparation of planning documents and makes recommendations to the Citizens Advisory and Policy Committees.
Individual citizens, nonprofit organizations, and special interest groups make up the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC). This committee advises the Policy Committee on matters of public opinion regarding study findings and recommendations.
The Policy Committee (PC) is comprised of local elected officials or designated representatives of the participating governmental jurisdictions. This body is responsible for the review and approval of study goals, objectives, plans, and programs.