Kerr-Tar Regional Projects – Open for Public Comments

The KTRPO has proposed the following regional transportation projects to be considered for inclusion in the 2020-2029 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). Aerial maps of the project are available for public viewing here. The points assigned by the KTRPO were done in accordance with the adopted Local Input Methodology. Public comments will be open for a period not to exceed thirty (30) days. Comments may be sent to the following: info@kerrtarcog.org with the phrase ‘KTRPO Regional Project Comments‘ in the subject line. Alternatively, comments may be mailed to the Kerr-Tar Regional Council of Governments’ offices in Henderson. Specific inquiries about projects may be made to either Alrik Lunsford or Stephanie Harmon.

Proposed Projects for the 2020-2029 STIP

Proposed projects for the 2020-2029 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) have been released by NCDOT. The Department is currently accepting feedback on project priorities. Please use the following form to provide the NCDOT with your feedback on the various projects proposed. You can view and prioritize projects at the following link below:

            https://ncdot-stip.metroquest.com/#!/?p=web&u=ncdot-stip.metroquest.com&pm=dynamic&theme=v7

 

NCDOT Office of Civil Rights Seeking Stakeholder Participation

The North Carolina Department of Transportation’s Office of Civil Rights will be holding a stakeholder meeting on June 21, 2018 at North Carolina Central University School of Law. This meeting is part of the Department’s 2018 Community Engagement Series. The Series is designed to offer networking and learning opportunities for contractors, consultants, and other companies seeking to do business within NCDOT Division 5. Division 5 encompasses: Franklin, Granville, Person, Warren, and Vance Counties. If interested in attending, more information is available here.

NC Outdoor Recreation Industry Office hosts Listening Session in the Kerr-Tar Region

On May 21, David Knight, Director of the new NC Outdoor Industry Office with the Department of Commerce, held a listening session in the Kerr-Tar region at the Granville County Expo Center. Over 35 industry representatives from across the region were present to discuss assets and opportunities for supporting and growing the outdoor recreation sector.

To read more, click HERE for an article from the Henderson Daily Dispatch.