Unified Planning Work Program

The Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) outlines the planning efforts the MPO will undertake each year and serves as both the annual budget and the guide to work tasks for the MPO staff. Tasks include general maintenance of the Metropolitan Transportation Plan and Triangle Regional Travel Demand Model, special studies, public outreach and engagement, and technical analysis. The UPWP also includes the planning tasks our transit providers undertake to meet Federal Transit Administration requirements.  A new UPWP is drafted every year, usually in December or January and brought to the MPO board in late winter or early spring for approval.

FY 2023 Work Program - Approved


Work outlined in the FY 2023 UPWP will be conducted between July 1, 2022 and June 30, 2023.  The FY 2023 Unified Planning Work Program was developed in the winter of 2022. MPO member agencies submitted requests for a special plan or study in October 2021.  The final FY 2023 UPWP was approved by CAMPO's Executive Board at their February meeting. 

FY 2022 Work Program - Approved

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The FY 22 UPWP outlines the priority work for the MPO for the period from July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022. Several special studies that are already underway will continue in FY22, including the Triangle Bikeway Study and the Western Wake Signal System Integration Study. New studies expected to begin in FY 22 are the Southeast Area Study Update and the Mobility Management Program Study. The MPO will also focus time and resources on updating the regional Travel Demand Model, maintaining the TIP, and completing the work on the 2050 Metropolitan Transportation Plan. Other ongoing programs include the LAPP, public engagement, and Wake Transit.  Included as an appendix is the federally-required Capital Area MPO's Self-Certification checklist.

Amendment #1 to FY 2022 UPWP

The FY 22 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) was adopted in February 2021. As the fiscal year got underway, changes to several projects have occurred, including Wake Transit funded projects. Items included in this Amendment are:

  • Triangle Bikeway - adjusted funding to include additional study and funding from DCHC MPO, a change to the easter study area boundary, and additional NCDOT and community stakeholder coordination.
  • Wake Transit Bicycle & Pedestrian Study - adjusted to remove the $75,000 devoted to this study. These activities have been included in a GoTriangle project and CAMPO will no longer be leading this effort.
  • Wake Transit BRT Extension Study - adjusted to include the Town of Clayton as a funding partner. The overall project budget will remain the same.
  • Mobility Management Program Implementation Study - adjusted the funding sources to reflect CAMPO, Wake County, City of Raleigh, and Town of Cary financial contributions to the study, and to reflect the multi-year project schedule.

Following a public comment period, the Amendment was approved by the Executive Board on November 17, 2021.

Administrative Modification to FY 2022 UPWP

In February of 2022, as the fiscal year was underway, MPO staff proposed an administrative modification to the FY 2022 UPWP which clarifies funding sources for the Northern Bus Rapid Transit Major Invesment Study. GoRaleigh will use the federal CARES/5307 funding on the study.

This modification is available for public comment until March 15, 2022 before being considered for approval by the Executive Board at their meeting on March 16th. Comments can be submitted through the webform, via email to comments@campo-nc.us, via phone to 919-996-4403, or via U.S. Mail to: CAMPO, Attn: Bonnie Parker, 421 Fayetteville St., Suite 203, Raleigh, NC 27601.

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