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The Capital Area MPO (NC) engagement hub is the online home for outreach and public engagement efforts to shape the future of our region. Here you can find upcoming events, initiatives, and opportunities to share your input on key topics related to the region's transportation planning.

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Southeast Area Study Update - Phase 1 Engagement - CLOSED

Thank you for visiting the Phase 1 online survey for the Southeast Area Study Update. The survey is now closed. Two (2) additional phases of community engagement are slated over the remainder of the Study....

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Wake BRT: Rapid Bus Extensions Study - Western Corridor

Community Survey: Western Corridor Rapid Bus Extension Study Thank you for taking a few minutes to participate in this 11-question survey. Your responses will help identify transportation...

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Wake BRT: Rapid Bus Extensions Study - Southern Corridor

Community Survey: Southern Corridor Rapid Bus Extension Study Thank you for taking a few minutes to participate in this 11-question survey. Your responses will help identify transportation...

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Wake BRT Rapid Bus Extensions Study

Western and Southern Rapid Bus Corridor ExtensionsThe Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) is conducting the Wake BRT: Rapid Bus Extensions Study to identify and evaluate rapid...

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US 401 Corridor Study

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Wake BRT: Western Blvd Survey

The Wake BRT: Western Blvd. study aims to find the best way to integrate Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) along Western Blvd. to connect downtown Raleigh, NC State University, and downtown Cary. This survey will...

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