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.
- Conference Presentations
- 2020 NCAMPO Conference will be held in Greenville, NC. We look forward to seeing you there.
Visit Greenville, NC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mo2cuA25rok
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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.