Mobility Coordination Committee

Member Organizations



How the Plan Developed


The 2018 updated Raleigh Urbanized Area/Wake County Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan (CPT-HSTP) serves as the federally required update of the 2013 Coordinated Human Services Transportation Plan and sets the priorities for transportation investments and initiatives for human services and public transit coordination. The Plan guides funding and service development for transportation projects supporting elderly, disabled and low-income individuals in the Raleigh urbanized area. The Mobility Coordination Committee (MCC) was one recommendation from the 2018 update of the Plan. Following feedback from the Executive Board in January 2020, the 2018 updated Plan was amended to make minor administrative changes including clarifying roles, responsibilities and reporting structure for the MCC and amending the timeline for the mobility management recommendations. 

**Now Available - The latest Coordinated Plan Mobility Coordination Committee's (2019-2022) Short-Term Recommendation's Update and Status Report. 


The intent of establishing the Mobility Coordination Committee (MCC) was to create the infrastructure and an organization to manage and guide ongoing coordination activities in the urbanized area and to assign this group responsibility for implementing goals and recommendations identified in the CPT-HSTP.  Consisting of staff level agency participants, the MCC will provide policy recommendations, be a sounding board for stakeholders, and help provide oversight to transportation agencies/providers while deploying the recommendations outlined in the plan.  Recommendations are presented in three tiers of goals that lay out the implementation across short, medium and longer-term timeframes.(See Section 6 of the CPT-SHTP  Image of Responsibilities Chart

Member Organizations

  • Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO)
  • Town of Cary
  • GoTriangle
  • Harnett Area Rural Transit (HART)
  • Johnston County Area Transit/Community & Senior Services of Johnston County (JCATS/CSS)
  • Kerr Area Rural Transit System (KARTS)
  • City of Raleigh
  • Wake County/GoWake Access
  • Town of Apex 
  • including various CAMPO area human service agencies

Organizational Structure

The Committee is governed by the CAMPO Executive Board, reporting to the CAMPO Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC) (and the Wake Transit Planning Advisory Committee (TPAC), as required depending on funding responsibility and recommendations). CAMPO staff supports the committee. The Committee has no prescribed authority beyond serving as a coordinating body in the region. Each jurisdiction works together to implement the goals outlined in the CPT-HSTP and to coordinate transportation services in Wake County and the Raleigh urbanized area.


Three subcommittees serve as working groups to the MCC. Subcommittees typically hold meetings on a monthly or bi-monthly basis with their responsibilities and roles outlined as follows:

1. MCC Administration – CAMPO Lead
MCC Administration is responsible for all administrative items affecting the full MCC. The Administration sub-committee/CAMPO maintains the Implementation Schedules, provides updates and recommendations to the CAMPO TCC, TPAC and Executive Board, supports GoRaleigh and the federal Section 5310 Program, assists with policy development and research and maintains the MCC documents

2. ADA Services – GoRaleigh Lead, GoCary Support
The ADA Subcommittee is made up of all regional transit provider agencies both planning, and operations staff and the group is collectively responsible for coordinating and addressing all ADA recommendations outlined in the CPT-HSTP.

3. Community Transportation (Rural) Services – GoWakeAccess Lead, JCATS Support
The Community Transportation Subcommittee addresses all goals affecting the coordination of rural human services and public transit.  This subcommittee takes the lead on inviting, with full MCC support, other transportation stakeholders from various agencies – human services transportation providers working with the rural areas to participate on the sub-committee to help coordinate services and advance the CPT_HST plan recommendations.

MCC MEETINGS (Full Committee)

The Mobility Coordination Committee meets on a quarterly basis. Agendas will be posted below and generally available 7 days before the meeting.

Upcoming Quarterly Meetings

  • October 20, 2022
  • January 19, 2023
  • April 20, 2023
  • July 20, 2023

Past Meetings - Archive