6 p.m., second Thursday of each month
Location: Stallings Town Hall, 315 Stallings Road, Stallings, NC 28104
Established: July 23, 2007
Number of members: Five full members: two council members and three citizens.
Term Length: two years
State transportation officials want to hear from the public on what regional and local transportation projects should be top priorities in the next version of the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), the 10-year plan that identifies funding for projects and schedules them for construction.
Comments can also be submitted online, and the online public input interactive tool is now available here. Project lists can be found online here.
The Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP) represents the long-term vision for how the transportation network should evolve to serve residents and employers of the region. The CTP includes four transportation modes: highways and streets; public transportation and rail; bicycle; pedestrian. It assesses the condition of the entire network and serves as a framework for transportation planning efforts at the local and regional scale. The CTP does not include specific projects or improvement schedules, but instead represents the status of the network that may be required to support anticipated growth.