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FY21-22 Intercity Bus Application Package Release​

The Integrated Mobility Division of NC DOT has released the FY21-22 Intercity Bus Application Package.  Please visit the following link for more information:

Scroll down to "​Intercity Grants".

Modified: 11/18/2019 11:30 AM

"Freight & Logistics Webinar Registration"​​

From the big-rig to the Amazon delivery truck, freight is everywhere if you look for it! 

Efficient freight transportation is foundational to our way of life. Whether planning for an urban or rural environment, it’s important to understand how freight behaves. NCDOT’s Office of Logistics + Freight provides subject-matter expertise and analytical resources to practitioners in all stages of project delivery from planning through construction. 

Please join NC DOT and NCPTA for November’s Webinar session with Dana Magliola, Sr. Supply Chain Analyst from the NCDOT Office of Logistics + Freight, for an informative “Planning for Freight” Webinar session.  The presentation features information about planning resources provided and supported by the Office of Logistics + Freight, as well as discussions about potential collaborations with transit.  ​To view, please click on the following links:  

Modified: 11/18/2019 11:26 AM

STIP Amendment Process Change Webinar

On October 30, 2019, MPO and RPO representatives had the opportunity to attend a webinar that explained the new process for entering STIP Amendment Changes.  

If you were unable to attend or would like to watch the presentation again, please click on this link in order to view it:

In order to use the Form to add a new entry going forward, you will need to use this link:​

If you have any questions, please contact Carolyn Freitag at (919) 707-4677 (Office) or

Modified: 11/4/2019 11:08 AM

"Making the Affordable Housing and Public Transportation Connection" Presentation​​

This session focuses on the connection between Public Transportation and Affordable Housing.  We explored the notion that public investment in new public transportation infrastructure is usually met with private investment capitalizing on the new market potential without voluntary regard to lower income populations that need to live close to their primary access to opportunities.   

Transportation Planners, Land Use Planners and Policy Makers have begun to attempt to take inclusive stances across the nation, especially with approving Transit-Oriented Development.  However, are there more pro-active approaches that should take place?

This webinar took place on Thursday September 12th at 2pm.  If you missed it, you can still learn more about equitable solutions that can help shape your community’s future by watching the recording of the presentation.  

Please visit:

Here you will find all of our presentations, with the latest at the top (ordered by date).  The video link will take you to our You Tube playlist.  So if you missed this one or see any others you would like to watch, they are all here (  

You can also go directly to the presentation You Tube link here (

Our speakers included: 

*Pamela J. Wideman, Director of the City of Charlotte’s Housing & Neighborhood Services Department 

*Dr. Eleni Bardaka, Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering (CCEE) at NCSU 

*Alan Steinbeck, Vice President of Prichett Steinbeck Group, Inc.

Modified: 11/4/2019 11:06 AM

NCDOT Intercity Bus Consultative Process Meeting

FY 2021-2022 NCDOT Intercity Bus Program

Provider Outreach

The North Carolina Department of Transportation is seeking input from current and potential service providers regarding the state’s Intercity Bus Program.

This is an invitation to participate in discussions regarding North Carolina's Intercity Bus route and service determination. We are currently reviewing the services provided through NCDOT subsidies and intend to discuss expansions and adjustments to these routes.

Date and Time

This meeting will be held at 10:00 am on the 15th of October, 2019.


North Carolina Department of Transportation
Conference Room 521
1 S Wilmington St, Raleigh, NC 27601
Or, Webinar and Phone Call

Participants unable to attend in person may attend remotely. Building access information, parking, logins, and the call-in number will be provided to those who register. Please register by emailing your name and contact information to by September 27th.

Modified: 9/17/2019 12:21 PM