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Posted on: January 14, 2022

[ARCHIVED] DCHC MPO Seeks Public Comment on Transportation Plan Amendment

Cover of Comprehensive Transportation Plan Amendment 4 with image of various forms of transportation

Public Input Requested by February 22

If you’re interested in major transit investments and local roadways, now is the time to give your input. 

The Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro Metropolitan Planning Organization (DCHC MPO) is seeking public input on Amendment #4 to the Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP). The CTP is a multimodal transportation plan that covers transportation needs for the next 30 years and beyond. 

Amendment #4 removes the former Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit alignment, incorporates the North Carolina Department of Transportation’s Complete Streets Guidelines, and changes or removes several local roadways including Erwin Road, Pettigrew Street, University Drive, Ellis-Glover Connector, and Hopson Road Extension. The Amendment also adds bus access improvements to Fayetteville Street, Holloway Street, N. Roxboro Street, and Chapel Hill Road.

How to Learn More & Give Input:

  • Online: Residents and other stakeholders are asked to review the CTP Amendment #4 on the DCHC MPO website and provide comments by email or by calling (919) 560-4366, ext. 36419 no later than Tuesday, February 22. 
  • Speak at Public Hearing: Residents who wish to provide their comments directly to the DCHC MPO Board at their virtual public hearing on Wednesday, February 9 at 9 a.m. are asked to send their request to speak by email or by calling (919) 560-4366, ext. 36419. 
  • Watch Board Meeting: The February 9 board meeting livestream will also be available for viewing on the DCHC MPO’s Facebook page.

About the Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro Metropolitan Planning Organization

The DCHC MPO is responsible for planning and programming state and federal transportation projects in all of Durham County and the urbanized areas of Orange County and Chatham County.  To learn more, follow the DCHC MPO Facebook and Twitter pages to stay up-to-date on news about their transportation planning efforts.

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