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2020 NCAMPO Conference: Connecting Communities Through Innovation

Conference Update: March 16, 2020:

The health and safety of our attendees, staff and our host community are of utmost importance to NCAMPO. After careful consideration and after the President’s Friday, March 13, 2020 declaration of a National Emergency the NCAMPO Board of Directors has decided to postpone the NCAMPO 2020 Conference. The new dates of the conference will be July 21-24, 2020 (pending travel restrictions). The location, Greenville, NC will remain the same.

We understand that postponing the conference may cause some issues with other scheduled events. Therefore, we are offering a full refund on registrations, sponsorships, and/or exhibit booth purchases for those impacted by the postponement. The timeframe to receive a full refund is March 16 thru April 17, 2020. After April 17 all cancellations will incur a 15% cancellation fee.  

If you have made a hotel reservation, you MUST contact the hotel directly to cancel or move your reservation to the new meeting dates. The rate should not change. 

Visit NCAMPO.org for more information

Thank you for your patience, support and understanding as we navigate this fluid and multi-faceted situation. 

Connecting Communities Through Innovation 
The 2020 North Carolina Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations (NCAMPO) annual conference will be held, April 22-24, 2020 July 21-24, 2020 at the Greenville Convention Center.

The conference will be an excellent continuing educational opportunity that will attract a diverse range of professional within the transportation, planning and engineering fields. The conference features technical sessions, special speakers, and agency updates. While transportation planners, engineers, and consultants make up the core participants, the conference also offers an opportunity for transit administrators, elected officials, land-use planners, public professionals, students, and others to learn more about a variety of transportation related topics. This year theme will be centered on innovation and the connection of economic development and infrastructure investment. All meetings will be held at the Greenville Convention Center and accompanying hotels located at 303 Greenville Boulevard.

Registration is now open

2019 CRTPO Board Retreat, May 30-31, 2019 

This year, we took a step back and looked at the history of CRTPO and the region since 2010. The presentation, How We Got from There to Here: A Perspective on Significant Changes Impacting Transportation Planning Over the Past Ten Years, is available for viewing in Prezi. For best results, use Chrome or Firefox to view the presentation: https://prezi.com/view/1p7Hc9FofSgMzf2FGCCL.

2019 NCAMPO Conference

Thank you for attending the 2019 North Carolina Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations’ (NCAMPO) conference held on April 24 – 26, 2019 at the Charlotte Convention Center.  The CRTPO was pleased to host this year’s conference, themed Today’s Vision, Tomorrow’s Reality, which offered an array of 70+ technical sessions, multiple mobile tours, innovative speakers, and timely agency updates within the transportation community. Over 600 transportation planning professionals and elected officials attended the 2019 NCAMPO conference – breaking an attendance record!

Click here to view a complete summary of each session and speaker biographies. This summary can also be used for P.E. Continuing Education documentation.

The Resources portion of the CRTPO website is intended to provide information gathered from a variety of sources related to MPOs and transportation planning.  As information becomes available this portion of the website will be updated, in an attempt to reflect the most current topics and issues.  Click on each respective link for more information, or click on one of the dropdown menu items for information on specific topics. 

On June 3, 2014, CRTPO hosted a locally administered projects workshop with participation from with NCDOT and the FHWA-NC Division. The purpose of this workshop was to detail the state and federal requirements that are involved with successfully completing a locally administered project, and provide this training opportunity to project managers in the area that have locally administered projects.