Winston-Salem Urban Area MPO
Prioritization 4.0 Schedule
April 18, 2016 – July 29, 2016
P4.0 Regional Impact Local Input Points Assignment Window
May 19, 2016
TAC Review of P4.0 Preliminary Scores and Impact Local Input Points Assignment Process
June 01, 2016 – June 30, 2016
WSMPO Public Comment Period
June 06, 2016
MPO Qualitative Point Assignment Form Deadline
June 20, 2016
WSMPO Public Drop-in Meeting (11am to 7pm)
Bryce Stuart Municipal Building, 2nd Floor Conference Room
July 12, 2016
NCDOT Public Drop-in Meeting (5pm to 7pm)
375 Silas Creek Parkway, Winston-Salem, NC 27127
July 21, 2016
TAC Consideration of P4.0 Regional Impact Local Input Points Assignments
September 1, 2016 – October 31, 2016
P4.0 Division Needs Local Input Point Assignment Window
2018-2027 Draft STIP released
*Note: Schedule subject to change.
The Winston-Salem Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is seeking public review and comment on Strategic Transportation Investment (STI) priorities for the Winston-Salem Urban Area MPO.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) created the Strategic Prioritization Process in response to a State mandate to create a professional data-driven approval process for transportation project selection. Significant changes to the process were made by House Bill 817 also known as the Strategic Transportation Investments (STI) which established funding tiers (Statewide, Regional, and Division) and funding allocations across all transportation modes. The STI legislation requires that MPOs develop a ranking process to evaluate all eligible project categories (highway, non-motorized, public transportation, aviation, rail and ferry) and prioritize projects ranked by the MPO that fall in the “Regional” and “Division” levels.
Local Point Assignment
The Winston-Salem Urban Area MPO has a pool of 1800 points at the Regional Level and a pool of 1800 points at the Divisional Level. The MPO will distribute the points to selected projects, resulting in a slight boost as the project competes against other projects for funding. The maximum number of points that can be applied to any given project at each level is 100.
MPO Qualitative Point Assignment Form Deadline: June 06, 2016
Each TAC member has the option of assigning 40 points to any given project in an attempt to ensure that each member jurisdiction has a viable project. The point assignment must be based on a qualitative factors that includes (but not limited to) the following: public input, consistency with planned growth and development areas, adherence to Complete Streets Policy, promotion of community goals and objectives to further adopted comprehensive plans, and projects with existing local commitment to funding. An MPO member must identify at least one factor as the basis for the point assignment.
The TAC voting structure determines how many 40 point assignment opportunities each member has: three (3) projects from the City of Winston-Salem, two (2) projects from the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners, and one (1) project from each of the remaining MPO partners (Town of Bermuda Run, Town of Bethania, Village of Clemmons, City of King, Town of Kernersville, Town of Lewisville, Town of Midway, Town of Rural Hall, Village of Tobaccoville, Town of Walkertown, Town of Wallburg, Davidson County, Davie County, Stokes County, North Carolina Department of Transportation, and the Winston-Salem Transit Authority (WSTA)).
To designate a project, the TAC member (or his/her representative from the jurisdiction) must complete a WSMPO Qualitative Project Point Assignment Form and submit to Fredrick Haith by June 6, 2016.
Public Drop-in Meeting
Date: June 20, 2016
Time: 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Location: Bryce Stuart Municipal Building, 2nd Floor Conference Room
Public Comment Period: June 01 - June 30, 2016.
ONLY WRITTEN COMMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED. PLEASE SEND COMMENTS TO FREDRICK HAITH.
Mail, e-mail or fax comments to:
Planning Development Coordinator
City of Winston-Salem, DOT
P.O. Box 2511
Winston-Salem, NC 27102
Phone: (336) 747-6869
Fax: (336) 748-3370
For more information, see the linked documents below.