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Public Comment Period Opens On Amendments To The CRTPO’S Public Involvement Plan

The Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO) has started a public comment period on the update to its Public Involvement Plan (PIP). The update is to the Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP) amendment guidelines and processes section of the PIP. The official start of the public… Read More »Public Comment Period Opens On Amendments To The CRTPO’S Public Involvement Plan

FY 2021 Annual Report

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, our team and partners throughout the region have worked together to adapt to the new… Read More »FY 2021 Annual Report

Join Our Team!

Are you, or anyone you know of, interested in joining CRTPO? You should be… We’re now hiring for a new Project Coordinator position! Looking for someone with an engineering background, but planners will be considered as well. Check us out!

CRTPO BOARD APPROVED $11 MILLION OF TRANSPORTATION FUNDING FOR IREDELL, MECKLENBURG AND UNION COUNTIES

CRTPO Board approved approximately $3.3 million to fund a transportation planning project, intersections and sidewalk improvements across the region The CRTPO Board approved $3.3 million following the annual 2021 spring call for existing discretionary projects that have experienced a funding shortfall at its June 16,… Read More »CRTPO BOARD APPROVED $11 MILLION OF TRANSPORTATION FUNDING FOR IREDELL, MECKLENBURG AND UNION COUNTIES

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD ON THE FUTURE FRED D. ALEXANDER BOULEVARD ALIGNMENT HAS CLOSED

CRTPO held a public comment period on modifications to the future alignment of Fred D. Alexander Boulevard. This public comment period provided an opportunity for residents, business owners and other interested parties, within the Charlotte Urbanized Area, which includes Iredell, Mecklenburg and portions of Union… Read More »PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD ON THE FUTURE FRED D. ALEXANDER BOULEVARD ALIGNMENT HAS CLOSED