Announcements & Events

June BikePed Meeting

Jun 13 2017

3:00 pm in the 6th Floor Conference Room at 320 Chestnut Street in downtown Wilmington.


June TCC Meeting

Jun 14 2017

10:00am in the Lord Spencer Compton Conference Room at Wilmington City Hall.


June Board Agenda

Jun 28 2017

3:00pm in the 6th Floor Conference Room at 320 Chestnut Street in downtown Wilmington.


May Board – Special Meeting

May 31 2017

The Wilmington Urban Area MPO will hold a special meeting immediately following the Board’s regular meeting on Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at 3pm in the 6th Floor Conference Room of the New Hanover County office building at 320 Chestnut Street, Wilmington, North Carolina. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss on-going legal matters.


May Board Meeting

May 31 2017

3:00 pm in the 6th Floor Conference Room at 320 Chestnut Street in downtown Wilmington.


May TCC Meeting

May 17 2017

10:00 am in the Lord Spencer Compton Conference Room at Wilmington City Hall.


Bike to Work Week

May 15 2017

The Cape Fear Region is celebrating Bike to Work Week to promote bicycling as a mode of transportation and to recruit members of the community as regular bicycle commuters. Join the celebration by riding your bike to work at least one day this week. Sign up here.  #CapeFearB2WW


Wilmington Rail Relocation Feasibility Study

View the final study by The City of Wilmington, the Wilmington MPO, and NCDOT, who directed a study be performed to investigate the feasibility of realigning the existing CSXT railroad line providing a new location for rail access to the port and the potential of repurposing the existing CSXT railroad corridor for transit use.

 

 


FY18 UPWP Adopted

On March 29, 2017 the WMPO  Board adopted the FY2018 UPWP. This document serves as the budget and guide for planning activities and efforts that the WMPO will undertake for the fiscal year.


Wilmington Traffic Separation Study

In a joint cooperative effort with the City of Wilmington, Wilmington MPO, and CSX Transportation, NCDOT has completed the Wilmington Traffic Separation Study, focusing on 26 existing at-grade roadway-railroad crossings along a 6-mile span of the CSXT rail line.