Locally Administered Projects Program (LAPP)
The Locally Administered Projects Program (LAPP) was first adopted by the NC Capital Area MPO on October 20, 2010. The program is used by the MPO to prioritize and program local transportation projects in the region that utilize federal funding and are the responsibility of the MPO (such as Surface Transportation Block Grant Program – Direct Allocation (STBGP-DA), Congestion Mitigation for Air Quality (CMAQ), etc.). LAPP is a competitive funding program managed by CAMPO that prioritizes locally administered projects in the Region. These projects are funded using federal funding sources directly attributed to the region with a minimum 20% local match. Member jurisdictions of the CAMPO region are eligible to apply for these funds. Projects compete as either roadway, bicycle, and pedestrian, or transit projects; while Complete Streets elements are required for all projects considered.
LAPP FFY 2025 Target Modal Investments Mix
Changes to LAPP and the Recommended Target Modal Investment Mix were approved by the CAMPO Executive Board on August 16, 2023.
The recommended list of projects, known as the LAPP Investment Program, was approved by the Executive Board Meeting in February 2023. After approval, local jurisdictions will have from October 1, 2023 to September 30, 2024, to receive federal authorization to begin work on the funded phases of their projects.
- FFY24 Selection Panel Meeting Notes
- FFY24 Recommended Investment Program
- FFY24 Recommended Projects Map
LAPP FY2023 Projects
The LAPP FFY2023 Investment Program was adopted by the CAMPO Executive Board on Feburary 16, 2022. Funded projects will be able to recieve funding for their projects starting October 1, 2022 through September 30, 2023.
Staff contact: Chandler Hagen