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As the main artery running through Charlotte, the 68-mile stretch of interstate between Statesville, NC and Rock Hill, SC serves a large community. The I-77 corridor is greater than just the interstate itself. It is a network of connections that allow us to mobilize our lives every day. That’s why we’ll ask you to think beyond when participating in our planning process over the next two years.
Our goal? Compose a plan and solutions that provide you with the transportation options you need. You’ll help determine whether we connect main thoroughfares bordering the highway, add stops to bus routes, focus on LYNX light rail, or build more bike and pedestrian lanes.
So, tell us, how should we move forward?
The 2050 Metropolitan Transportation Plan
The Metropolitan Transportation Plan, or MTP, is a plan that documents the region’s vision for the future and establishes goals, objectives, and transportation priorities over the next 20+ years to help achieve that vision. This plan considers all surface transportation modes (driving, bicycling, walking, riding transit, freight movement) while also thinking about impacts to the environment, the economy, public health, and overall quality of life. It also identifies ways to fund needed projects, prioritizes how funding is spent, and establishes metrics to measure if we are moving in the right direction.
The Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization, or CRTPO, is currently updating the MTP for the Charlotte Region, which covers all of Iredell and Mecklenburg counties and a portion of Union County. The 2050 MTP was adopted in March 2022.
CONNECT Beyond will define a bold regional transit vision and plan that provides real mobility solutions and opportunities for residents and visitors across two states and 12 counties. Reliable transportation options provide access to jobs, education, medical facilities and services, and serve as the foundation to our region’s continued economic competitiveness and quality of life.
The CRTPO is pleased to present its Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2021. This past year, the CRTPO has faced significant challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite these difficulties,… Read More »FY 2021 Annual Report
The CRTPO is a cross jurisdictional planning organization that works within three counties in the Charlotte Metropolitan Region (Union, Mecklenburg, and Iredell County).
Board Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month. These meetings are open to the public and streamed live on Facebook.
News & Announcements
- CRTPO and GCLMPO Host a Joint MPO RoundtableFor Immediate Release April 27, 2022 Continuing Conversation through Collaboration The Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO) and the Gaston Cleveland Lincoln Metropolitan Planning Organization (GCLMPO) are holding a Joint MPO Roundtable on Thursday, April 28, 2022, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The Joint MPO Roundtable, themed Continuing Conversation through Collaboration, will be held at the Charlotte… Read More »CRTPO and GCLMPO Host a Joint MPO Roundtable
- CRTPO Cancels April 27 MeetingFor Immediate Release April 22, 2022 CHARLOTTE REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLANNING ORGANIZATION CANCELS APRIL 27 MEETING The Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO) has cancelled the April 27, 2022 CRTPO Board meeting. The next Board meeting will be held on May 18, 2022. CRTPO is the federally designated metropolitan planning organization (MPO) for the Charlotte urbanized… Read More »CRTPO Cancels April 27 Meeting
- 2022 Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning GrantsNews Release For Immediate Release Date: March 15, 2022 Contact: Harris Kay email@example.com (919) 707-2693 Applications Open for 2022 Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning Grants RALEIGH – The N.C. Department of Transportation is accepting applications for the 2022 Multimodal Planning Grant Initiative. The program provides funding for municipalities and counties across the state to develop comprehensive… Read More »2022 Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning Grants