2040 MTP Archive
The CRTPO adopted the 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) and made an air quality conformity determination on the MTP on April 16, 2014. The MTP was amended with the adoption of the 2016-2025 TIP in August of 2015 and again because of the acceleration of several projects due to additional state revenue in February of 2016. An addendum to the 2040 MTP describing the amendments, along with revised project lists and figures, is provided below.
The CRTPO is responsible for maintaining an MTP for its entire planning area, which outlines its goals and objectives, as well as addresses transportation related issues and impacts over a 20-year minimum horizon. The MTP is a federally-mandated and complies with the Statewide and Metropolitan Transportation Planning regulations issued by the US Department of Transportation.
The MTP is updated every four years, allowing CRTPO the opportunity to incorporate the most recent data, identify any changes in factors affecting travel demand, and modify policies, programs or projects based on the most recent information and conditions. This is an ongoing process, but the MTP update provides a platform for sharing updated information, and ensures compliance with federal regulations in order to continue receiving federal funds to address the needs of the region.
Conformity is also required by federal regulations to ensure that federal funding and approval are given to highway and transit projects that are consistent with ("conform to") established air quality goals. (More information can be found in the Air Quality Conformity Determination Report below.)
Amended 2040 MTP Fiscally Constrained Project List
The 2040 MTP is required to be a financially feasible document. As such, the projects approved for inclusion in the list must demonstrate that the expected year of expenditure project cost will not exceed the anticipated revenue available over the horizon of the plan. Having determined that the project list meets those requirements, the CRTPO board approved amendments to the fiscally constrained project list on August 19, 2015 and February 17, 2016.
|Amended 2040 MTP Fiscally Constrained Roadway Projects
An Interactive Map that shows Fiscally Constrained Roadway Projects.
Amended Fiscally Constrained Projects by Category
Completed Projects Project List | Map
Existing & Committed Project List | Map
2025 Horizon Year Project List | Map
2030 Horizon Year Project List | Map
2040 Horizon Year Project List | Map
In addition, a project datasheet was developed for each roadway project included in the MTP, which displays the results of the evaluation process. The project datasheets can be accessed by clicking on the link below.
2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan
Table of Contents
Ch. 1 Introduction
Ch. 2 Goals & Objectives
Ch. 3 Planning Factors
Ch. 4 Public Involvement
Ch. 5 Environmental Justice
Ch. 6 Safety & Security
Ch. 7 Environment
Ch. 8 Health Impacts
Ch. 9 Population & Land Use
Ch. 10 Travel Patterns & Travel Demand Model
Ch. 11 Financial Plan
Ch. 12 Congestion Management Process
Ch. 13 Streets & Highways
Ch. 14 Public Transportation
Ch. 15 Bicycle/Pedestrian/Greenways
Ch. 16 Other Transportation Modes
Ch. 17 Freight
Ch. 18 Conclusion
Appendix A (Public Involvement)
Appendix B (Congestion Management Process)
Appendix C (Project Evaluation Information)
Appendix D (Project Datasheets)
CRTPO 2040 MTP – Full Document (206 MB)
Air Quality Conformity Determination Report
MOVES Files (ZIP Compressed):
Conformity Update & Public Comment Period 2008 Ozone Standard
A 30-day comment period ending April 8, 2013 was established to receive the public’s input on proposed action to demonstrate that MUMPO’s 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan and 2012-2018 Transportation Improvement Program conform to the new ozone standard (see below for details).
Conformity Analysis and Determination Report for the Metrolina Area:
In 2012 the National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) for 8-hour ozone was revised to reflect improved scientific understanding of the health impacts of this pollutant. This is known as the 2008 8-hour ozone NAAQS. Effective July 20, 2012, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) declared the Charlotte area as being “marginal nonattainment” for the 2008 8-hour NAAQS. Federal regulations require MUMPO to demonstrate that its 2012-2018 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) conform to the new standard. There are no TIP or LRTP amendments associated with this conformity determination.
Final 2008 Ozone Standard Conformity Determination Report (May 29, 2013)
I-77 Widening Public Comment Period
A 30-day public comment period was held from Saturday, March 23 to April 22, 2013 to receive the public’s input on proposed amendments to MUMPO’s 2035 Long-Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) and 2012-2018 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) with regard to the proposed widening of I-77. Public input was also received on the Conformity Determination Report for the amended LRTP and TIP. Two public meetings were held on April 10 & 11, 2013 to receive input on the proposed project. The following links provide detailed information about the proposed amendments and the associated conformity determination.
The Final Air Quality Conformity Determination Report reflects the scenario for improvements to I-77 endorsed by the MPO Board on May 22, 2013.
2040 MTP Roadway Project Evaluation
This online Transportation Plans Compilation Map offers a compilation of CRTPO’s current Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP), Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP), NCDOT Prioritization Projects (SPOT), and Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) mapping layers.