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Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP):

The Cabarrus-Rowan MPO released the draft MTP for public comment at the January 24, 2018 meeting. The MTP includes the following topics: financial forecasts, project identification, mapping, goals and objectives, and socioeconomic projects. The public comment period will run through March 7, 2018. Any comments may be sent to pconrad@mblsolution or faxed to 704-795-7529. An air quality conformity determination is also required due to the Clean Air Act’s requirement that the MPO’s plans and programs conform to the purpose of the state implementation plan (SIP) for achieving air quality standards. These documents can be found here

Chapter 1 - Introduction

Chapter 2 - Goals and Objectives

Chapter 3 - Public Involvement

Chapter 4 - Existing and Future Conditions

Chapter 5 - Transportation Elements

Chapter 6 - Safety, Security and Performance

Chapter 7 - Financial Plan

Chapter 8 - Congestion Management Process

Chapter 9 - Environmental Evaluation

Chapter 10 - Environmental Justice

Chapter 11 - Ten Planning Factors

Chapter 12 - Conclusion

MPO staff completed an update of the 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) in March 2014 and amended in August 2015. The links below include relevant maps and sections from the adopted MTP.

2040 MTP
MPO MTP Map
2015 Horizon Year Project List
2025 Horizon Year Project List
2030 Horizon Year Project List
2040 Horizon Year Project List
MPO 2040 Volumes to Capacity Ratio
MPO 2040 Volumes

 

Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP)

The Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP) Index and map is the long range plan for road improvements in the Cabarrus-Rowan MPO Area. This plan is a financially unconstrained view of the future road network. The Index reflects existing cross section and right-of-way, future cross sections, and future right-of-way. The table, typical cross sections, and map are listed below:

CTP Index
CTP Maps
NCDOT Typical Cross Sections Part 1
NCDOT Typical Cross Sections Part 2
Traffic Counts

 

Congestion Management Process

Congested Corridors