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Transportation Documents

Current Plans & Documents

Adopted Unified Planning Work Program 2021-22

Greater Hickory
MPO Conformity Determination Report

Greater Hickory MPO Public Involvement Policy (Oct. 2020)

Unifour Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan - Part 1

 

Unifour Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan - Part 2

 

Unifour Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan - Part 3

 

Unifour Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan - Part 4

 

GHMPO - Draft TIP FY 2024-2033

In August 2022, the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) released the draft fiscal year (FY) 2024-2033 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). The NCDOT provided each MPO a draft supplement of the STIP that contained projects in their respective MPO area. The GHMPO received its draft supplement and began the development of the MPO’s FY2024-2033 local Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) or Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program (MTIP). The GHMPO’s TIP is a subset of the State of North Carolina’s STIP which denotes the scheduling and funding of construction projects located across the state over a minimum four-year time period as required by State and Federal laws. Both the TIP and the STIP cover a 10-year period, with the first five years (2024-2028 in this version) referred to as the delivery program and the latter four years (2029-2033 in this version) as the developmental program.

15-30 day public comment period:
June 28, 2023 – July 25, 2023

 

Contact for questions or comments: averi.ritchie@wpcog.org 828.485.4248

Population & Employement Traffic Analysis Zone (TAZ) Data Results

Presentation
- TAZ 2040 Projections Part 1

Presentation
- TAZ 2040 Projections Part 2

Greater Hickory MPO 2011 Employment by TAZ

Greater Hickory
MPO 2011 Housing Units & Population by TAZ

Greater Hickory MPO 2040 Employment by TAZ

Greater Hickory MPO 2040 Housing Units & Population by TAZ

Greater Hickory
MPO Alexander County Map - TAZ Locations

Greater Hickory
MPO Burke County Map - TAZ Locations

Greater Hickory
MPO Caldwell County Map - TAZ Locations

Greater Hickory
MPO Catawba County Map - TAZ Locations

Presentations & Materials

Greater Hickory MPO Traffic Count Presentation

Greater Hickory MPO 2013 Traffic Count Maps

Traffic Count Data

Hickory MPO Area

December 2016

Traffic Analysis Zone

2045 Projections

December 2016

NC Department of Transportation Average Daily Traffic Maps (Transportation Documents)
GHMPO Authorizations by Federal Fiscal Year

Highway Projects Spreadsheet:

Pursuant to 23 USC 134(j)(7)(B) and 23 CFR 450.334, "An annual listing of projects for which Federal funds have been obligated in the preceding year shall be published or otherwise made available by the metropolitan planning organization for public review." Strategic Transportation Investment (STI) authorizations within GHMPO counties that occurred during each Federal fiscal year are shown in the attached spreadsheet. STI authorizations using solely state funds are also included for your information.

 

The list in the spreadsheet identifies the project number, date of the authorization, type of work, amount of work and whether funding is state or federal. Please note that in the case of projects not tagged as being specifically GHMPO projects, these are included based on County / Division wide / Statewide and may be partially or completely outside the GHMPO planning area. There were some instances where all of the funds that were previously authorized were not needed. In these cases, a portion of the funding authorization was removed and this negative value is denoted by parentheses.

 

Transit Projects Spreadsheet:

Per 23 USC 134(j)(7)(B) and 23 CFR 450.334, all transit projects included in the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) must be posted, not just those utilizing STI funds. The attached spreadsheet identifies transit grant agreements for projects within GHMPO counties that were executed during each Federal fiscal year. This list includes every project within the counties that are wholly or partially within the GHMPO planning area.

 

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