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The WSUAMPO values your input! Your ideas and views are valuable to the WSUAMPO as it develops plans and allocates funds for improving the region´s transportation system. The MPO encourages public participation and input in all areas of transportation planning.  Below are resources on current event, news, and opportunities for you to get involved.  

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    First & Second Streets Conversion Project to Begin Next Week

    Construction is scheduled to begin Monday, Nov. 9, on the curb improvements required as part of the conversion of First and Second streets downtown to two-way traffic. Read more...
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    On-Street Parking Enforcement Resumes Oct. 5

    The city will resume enforcing on-street parking limits downtown effective Monday, Oct. 5. Parking meters or pay stations must be used if present, and time limits for both metered and unmetered spaces will be enforced. Read more...
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    Broad Street Closing Monday for Asphalt Repair

    Broad Street, between First and Second streets, will be reduced to one northbound lane from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Sept. 21, to repair the asphalt road surface. Both southbound lanes will be closed and a detour set up. Read more...
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    Main Street Closing Saturday for Crane Work

    Main Street between Fourth and Fifth streets will be closed Saturday, Aug. 29, from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Read more...
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    Poplar Street Closing for Signal Pole Replacement

    Poplar Street, between Holly Avenue and 4 1/2 Street, will be closed to through traffic starting at 9 a.m. Monday, Aug. 10, to relocate a traffic signal cabinet and replace the signal pole at the intersection of Fourth and Poplar streets. Read more...
  6. "Watch for Me" Campaign Commencing with Education, Then Enforcement

    Winston-Salem’s "Watch for Me" campaign to promote pedestrian and bicycle safety will officially begin Wednesday, Aug. 14, with a public-awareness campaign. Stepped-up enforcement will begin Aug. 26, to coincide with the first day of school. Read more...
  7. Electric Scooters Returning to Winston-Salem

    Electric scooters are scheduled to reappear in Winston-Salem on Friday, Oct. 11, when Zagster, in partnership with Spin, will put out 100 Spin scooters for public use. Read more...
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    Feedback Needed on Improvements to New Walkertown Road

    The city is in the early stages of a study on how to improve New Walkertown Road (U.S. 311) & is collecting comments on what roadway, signal, pedestrian, bicycle & other improvements. An interactive input map has been posted at Read more...
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Winston-Salem Pedestrian Plan Update
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The Winston-Salem Pedestrian Plan, or Walkable Winston-Salem, builds on past efforts to create a new vision for walking throughout the City. The plan will be used by the City of Winston-Salem to prioritize, fund, and implement high-quality pedestrian infrastructure, with supportive programs and policies for walking.  The plan is expected to be completed in January 2021. 

You can get involved by visiting the project website and sharing your ideas through the interactive map. You can use the map to leave comments about where you would like to see new and improved routes, and view comments left by others.

Website:  Matthew Burczyk, Bicycle & Pedestrian Coordinator
Status:  Active

Winston-Salem Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Metropolitan  and Comprehensive Transportation Plan Update (CTP/MTP)
CTP_MTP_UpdateWinston-Salem Urbanized Area Metropolitan Planning Organization is in the process of updating the transportation vision for the region looking twenty-five years out, Making Connections 2045.

The WSUAMPO is responsible for maintaining and updating the MTP every five (5) years. The MTP outlines the MPO’s goals and objectives and addresses transportation-related issues affecting the Winston-Salem Urban Area. The MPO is seeking input from residents and interested stakeholders on the current conditions of the transportation network.

    To learn more about the Metropolitan Transportation Plan, please visit the Making Connections 2045 website at:

Website:  Byron Brown, Principal Planner
Status:  Active

Winston-Salem 5307/5310 Call for Applications
Winston-Salem Transportation logoThe Federal Transit Administration has announced that Winston-Salem Urban Area will received federal transportation funds to assist eligible agencies in meeting the transportation needs of low-income, disabled and elderly persons in the area. The Request for Projects (RFP) process will accept proposals for funding under the Job Access Reverse Commute (JARC, Section 5307) and program and/or the Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities (Section 5310) grant program.

Application Instructions
5307 and 5310 Application
Federal Funding Workshop slides

2020 Call for Projects 5310 and 5307 recording
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Human Services Coordination Plan
Program Management Plan

5310/5307 Advertisement and Schedule
Contact:  Chloe Beatty, Transportation Planner Intern
Status:  Active

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  1. Wednesday, August 11

    1. Bicycle/Pedestrian/Active Mobility Advisory Committee Meeting will be held virtually via WebEx. Please c...
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  2. Thursday, August 19

    1. Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC) Regular Virtual Meeting Virtual Meeting:
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    2. Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) Regular Virtual Meeting Regular meeting of Transportation Advisory Committ...
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