CRTPO Certification Review Public Involvement Survey
The Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO) is the federally designated transportation planning agency for the Charlotte urbanized area. The Charlotte Urbanized Area includes Iredell, Mecklenburg and Union counties. CRTPO is responsible for the allocation of federal transportation funds and ensuring funds are spent in accordance with federal policy.
Every four years, the Federal Highway (FHWA) and Transit (FTA) Administrations perform a joint review to certify the planning practices of Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO) with populations over 200,000 in their urbanized area. CRTPO is one of the agencies designated by the USDOT to make local and regional transportation planning decisions about how to spend federal transportation dollars. CRTPO develops a Comprehensive Transportation Plan, Metropolitan Transportation Plan, Transportation Improvement Program, Congestion Management Process, Unified Planning Work Program, and many other planning products.
The following survey is part of the certification review process managed by FHWA and FTA. We want to hear your about your involvement in regional transporation planning. This survey should take five to seven minutes. Thank you for making your voice heard!
CRTPO is responsible for the development and adoption of several planning products including the Comprehensive Transportation Plan, the Metropolitan Transportation Plan and the Transportation Improvement Program as shown in the graphic below.
We want to know how we can best reach you. We have hosted public meetings, visited neighborhood associations, held workshops, offered hands-on activities and more.