DeKalb Sycamore Area Transportation Study
About the Organization
DeKalb Sycamore Area Transportation Study (DSATS) is the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the DeKalb Illinois Metropolitan Area.
Active Transportation Plan UpdateDSATS is updating its . Active transportation includes any form of non-motorized transportation, such as walking, bicycling, or using a wheelchair.
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DSATS stands for the DeKalb-Sycamore Area Transportation Study. DSATS does the transportation planning for the DeKalb Illinois metropolitan area. This page provides resources on who DSATS is and what DSATS does.Link to page
Agendas and Meeting MinutesLink to page
Calendar & Activities
The DSATS Calendar of Events, Activities, and NewsLink to page
Doing Business with DSATS
DSATS contracts for many transportation related services, including roadway construction, planning studies, and transit capital projects.Link to page
Learn more about the 4 committees that serve the DeKalb Sycamore Area Transportation Study (DSATS).Link to page
DSATS Reports & Studies
Access annual reports, plans, studies, and grant projects administered by DeKalb Sycamore Area Transportation Study (DSATS).Link to page
The DeKalb Sycamore Area Transportation Study (DSATS) is the agency which approves all transportation projects in the region which are using at least some federal funds on the projects.Link to page
Title VI Program
Title VI prohibits discrimination by recipients of federal financial assistance on the basis of race, color, and national origin, including the denial of meaningful access for Limited English proficient (LEP) persons.Link to page
Learn about the public transit options available both in the City of DeKalb as well as throughout the region.Link to page
The DSATS Alternative Transportation Plan focuses on non-motorized forms of transportation such as biking, walking, and other non-standard forms of transportation. In the past, these plans have focused on mainly bike and pedestrian traffic, however, moving forward, we wish to look at all forms of alternative transportationLink to page
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a short range capital improvements program outlining a 4-year schedule of projects that have been locally approved by DeKalb Sycamore Area Transportation Study (DSATS) to receive federal funding.Link to page