About Sandhills Safe & Connected
NEXT PUBLIC MEETING
The project team is currently reviewing feedback from the July 20 online open house and refining the list of transportation projects within the MPO. We anticipate reengaging with the public in January/February 2024. At that time, we will ask for feedback on the refined project list before it is adopted.
JULY 20 ONLINE OPEN HOUSE #1
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ONLINE COMMENT MAP
GOALS & OBJECTIVES
See Goals & Objectives Tab Above
The Fayetteville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (FAMPO) oversees transportation planning for the Fayetteville Urban Area. FAMPO is preparing an update to their Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP), titled Sandhills Safe & Connected, to address all transportation forms and elements through the year 2050 (streets and highways, public transit and transportation, freight, pedestrian and bicycle, safety, and security) and meet the local, state and federal requirements. The study area encompasses the Cities of Fayetteville and Raeford, the Towns of Spring Lake, Hope Mills, Eastover, and Parkton, and portions of Cumberland, Harnett, Hoke, and Robeson Counties. View the project Goals and Objectives here.
The MTP update (Sandhills Safe & Connected) includes technical work (data gathering, future growth projections, assessment of auto, truck, rail, air, pedestrian, and bicycle modes), identification of short and long range transportation projects, and development of a final plan for review and comment. Additionally, the process includes continuous opportunities for the public to provide comments and participate in the development of this community plan.
FAMPO is required to update their transportation plan every four to five years. The last plan update was in 2019. Through this effort and with your input, we will identify effective ways to build upon our existing transportation system and make strong investments for the future that provide transportation choices for the community.
We appreciate you visiting this site and your input on the development of Sandhills Safe & Connected, and hope that you will continue to stay involved during the plan development. Below are several ways to stay connected:
- View the Interactive Map and leave us thoughts and comments
- Subscribe to updates via email
- Contact Us if you have any questions about this plan
- Check back for updates to this website
Sandhills Safe & Connected Study Area