Unified Planning Work Program

PUBLIC NOTICE:  The first proposed amendment to the FY 2024 Unified Planning Work Program is available for public review and comment until September 20, 2023. Comments can be submitted through the webform, via email to comments@campo-nc.us, via phone to 984-542-3601, or via U.S. Mail to: CAMPO Public Comments, Attn: Bonnie Parker, One Fenton Main Street, Suite 201, Cary, NC 27511. Additional details on the amendment can be found below. 

FY 2024 Work Program - Approved

FY24

Work outlined in the FY 2024 UPWP will be conducted between July 1, 2023 and June 30, 2024.  MPO member agencies submitted requests for a special plan or study in October 2022.  The Executive Board approved the work program in Febuary 2023. 


 

FY 2024 Work Program - Amendment #1

Since the FY 2024 Work Program was approved in February of 2023, additional details about the delivery of multiple planning projects and program elements have been clarified. The UPWP is proposed to be amended to reflect these changes. The draft amendment document is available below. Appendix D in the document summarizes the proposed amendments.

Amendment #1 Draft is available for public review and comment through September 20, 2023.

Comments can be submitted through the webform, via email to comments@campo-nc.us, via phone to 984-542-3601, or via U.S. Mail to: CAMPO Public Comments, Attn: Bonnie Parker, 1 Fenton Main Street, Suite 201, Cary, NC 27511.

Proposed changes in Amendment #1 to the FY 24 UPWP include:

  • The Southeast Area Study schedule was extended into FY 24. The total contract budget did not change, but $71,745 of project funding will be spent in FY 24 instead of FY 23 as originally anticipated.

  • The MPO has been requested by Regional Transportation Alliance to participate in a major regional transit/transportation study, and proposed dedicating $50,000 to that effort in FY 24.

  • The Update to the MTP Bike/Ped Element has a final schedule that spent less money in FY 23 than originally anticipated, and, as such, has $18,344 of funding moved from FY 23 to FY 24 in the project budget. The total project budget did not change.

  • The Apex Railyard Relocation Study will start later in FY 24 than anticipated. As such, the MPO is allocating FY 25 funding to the study, while the Apex partnership funds for the study will remain in FY 24. The study schedule was extended into FY 25.

  • The Raleigh-Fayetteville Rail Study Phase II is still on hold awaiting additional information from partner organizations. As such, the MPO has removed FY 24 funding from the study, and will allocate FY 25 funding to the study. Partner funding will remain in the FY 24 UPWP in the instance that the study does move forward later in FY 24.

  • The budget for the regional travel surveys is increased by $3,378.

  • The budget for the Regional Multimodal Safety Action Plan has been increased due to additional contribution by NCDOT.

  • The MPO’s Mobility Management Program is now included in the FY 24 UPWP, and will be funded with regional 5310 funding (part of which is supplement by CARES Act funding).

  • The ITS Working Group will be housed at TJCOG, and will contribute toward hiring a consultant to manage the technical aspects of the ITS implementation through the Working Group. This does not necessitate a change in funding, but will utilize previously-programmed funding to achieve this task.

  • The Northwest Harnett County Transit Plan contract is currently under negotiation. If the FY 24 and/or FY 25 budgets for the study change as a result of those negotiations, this document will be updated to reflect that through an administrative modification by moving Management and Operational Contingency funding to the NW Harnett Transit Study project.


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