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Plan NHC Update: September 2014 PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 02 October 2014 07:57
 Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC):   Staff is pleased to announce the Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) held its first meeting on September 4th. The first meeting was designed to gather input from members on what they hoped to achieve during the CAC process as well as a brief report from each theme committee representative. The next meeting will be held on October 22 at the Executive Development Center from 11am to 1pm. All meetings are open to the public and interested individuals are encouraged to attend.





Community Meetings: In an effort to allocate sufficient time for the Citizens Advisory Committee, staff has changed the community meeting dates from this fall to after the beginning of the year. More information will be coming as dates are determined.




Phase II: Existing Conditions Report Completed: Staff is pleased to announce the existing conditions report of the Comprehensive Plan is completed. This document will serve the community as an excellent resource of demographic information about our community. Interesting facts on our population, land development, housing, transportation, economy, infrastructure and urban services, health, and the environment can all be found within this document. Please attend the Planning Board meeting on October 2nd at 6pm for the formal presentation and adoption. 

Comprehensive Transportation Plan Public Meeting PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 30 September 2014 08:01
 NCDOT and Pender County will hold a public meeting to request input on the draft Pender County Comprehensive Transportation Plan, that primarily covers areas of Pender County West of US HWY 17 and North of NC HWY 210, including all Pender County’s Municipalities.  The meeting will be held on October 7, 2014 from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm at 805 South Walker Street, Burgaw.  The public is invited to drop-in at any time within the timeframe referenced.  Written comments on the draft Plan will be accepted for 30-days beginning October 6, 2014 and may be submitted via email or may be delivered to the Pender County Planning Department or mailed to PO Box 1519, Burgaw, NC  28425.  For more information please call (910) 259-1202 or visit the NCDOT website.
Strategic Transportation Investments (STI) update PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 26 September 2014 08:16
 The N.C. Department of Transportation today released the final scoresscores for division and regional projects, based on criteria contained in the Strategic Mobility Formula, a project prioritization process established last year by the new Strategic Transportation Investments (STI) lawStrategic Transportation Investments (STI) law. STI was created to make more efficient use of available funds, allowing for more local input and the ability to do more projects with limited dollars. These scores are not the final determination of which projects will be programmed, but will be considered along with other factors including completion of environmental and engineering plans and corridor spending caps to create the draft  10-year State Transportation Improvement Program.


Below is a listing of JUMPO projects that topped the list for each category. Additional analysis is needed to determine how authorization levels impact which projects will receive funding; however, these are the front-runners:

Regional (within top 25):


- Marine Boulevard/Gum Branch Road/Bell Fork Road – widen intersection

- OAJ – construct an aircraft holding apron

- NC 111 – extend from US 258/NC 24 to Gum Branch Road across the New River

- US 17 at NRAS main gate – construct interchange

- Western Boulevard (Marine Boulevard to Lejeune Boulevard) – construct access management improvements

- US 258/NC 24 (NC 53 to Pony Farm Road) – construct superstreet

- Lejeune Boulevard – construct access management improvements

- Western Boulevard at Jacksonville Parkway – widen intersection


Division (top 25 excluding Regional top 25):


- Trade Drive – construct new roadway behind Wal-Mart, between Western Boulevard and McDaniel Drive

- Gum Branch Road sidewalks – Marine Boulevard to Henderson Drive

- Jacksonville Parkway Extension – Western Boulevard to US 17

- Gum Branch Road – widen north of Summersill School Road

- Western Boulevard at Gum Branch Road – widen intersection

- Commerce Road – extend to Piney Green Road

- Henderson Drive (Gum Branch Road to Western Boulevard) – widen to four-lane divided

- Henderson Drive – extend from Western Boulevard to Jacksonville Parkway
- Jacksonville-Area Multi-Modal Transportation Center


The attached PDFs demonstrate how the Wilmington MPO's projects fare in Prioritization 3.0 against each other and also the other projects in their competing Regional and Division tiers. The Wilmington MPO's projects are highlighted in yellow.

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