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Metropolitan Transportation Plan News


Comprehensive Transportation Plan draft documents posted for public comment  NEW!

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Updated Draft Comprehensive Transportation Plan posted for public comment December 18-January 20 for January 21, 2021, adoption. View information about committee meeting times and agendas »

Interactive Map Now Available

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Virtual Public Meeting held October 22nd 

A virtual public input session was held Thursday, October 22nd at 5:30 PM.

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Welcome to the website for Making Connections 2045, the Winston-Salem Urban Area MPO's update to its 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan. Scheduled for completion in September 2020, this plan will establish the future vision of the region's multi-modal transportation system and identify strategies to help achieve this vision over the next 25 years. Public transportation, roadway, bicycle and pedestrian, freight and rail improvements will be considered.

Learn more about what a transportation plan involves in this brief video:

The project team will use this website, along with other tools, to engage residents, visitors and other stakeholders interested in the transportation future of the Winston-Salem urbanized area, throughout the development of the Making Connections 2045 plan.

The Winston-Salem Urbanized Area MPO (WSUAMPO) Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) is the decision-making body for the Winston-Salem Urban Area MPO and will have the final decision in approving this plan. The TAC is composed of elected officials from Davidson, Davie, Forsyth, and Stokes Counties; the City of Winston-Salem; other MPO municipalities and several non-elected officials including the Federal Highway Administration and NCDOT staff. For additional information about the WSUAMPO TAC and other MPO committee meetings membership, meeting dates and agendas, check the MPO website.