Welcome to the official website for the Fayetteville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (FAMPO). Our goal is to develop plans that will provide the safest and most efficient transportation while protecting and enhancing the environment. Our Metropolitan Planning Area (MPA) includes the Cities of Fayetteville and Raeford, the Towns of Spring Lake, Hope Mills, Eastover, and Parkton, and portions of Cumberland, Hoke, Robeson, and Harnett Counties (A full size map of the FAMPO MPA is available here). We are located on the second floor of the Historic Courthouse Building, 130 Gillespie Street, one block south of the Market Square in downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina.

 

RECENT UPDATES

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SPOT Regional Points Assignment (New 6-6-18)

Updated 2040 Highway Map (New 5-30-18)

2040 MTP Amendment #2 (New 5-30-18)

Proposed 2040 MTP Amendments (New 4-9-18)

FAMPO SPOT 5.0 Methodology - FINAL (New 3-14-18)

Unified Planning Work Program FY 2018 - 2nd Amendment (NEW 3-14-18)

Unified Planning Work Program FY 2019 - FINAL (New 2-1-18)

Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilites - Section 5310 Call for Projects & Grant Application for FY2018

HOPE MILLS MULTIMODAL CONGESTION MANAGEMENT PLAN - WEBSITE (INFORMATION & COMMENTS)

FAMPO Authorizations (2017)

FY 2018-2027 MTIP (Updated 10-9-17)

FAMPO Final Divisional Point Assignments – SPOT 4.0

FAMPO Proposed Regional Point Assignments – SPOT 4.0

Strategic Prioritization (SPOT) 4.0 Project Ranking Process

FY 2016-2025 MTIP Map

Public Hearing Maps

April 2018 Newsletter

Committee Meeting Agendas & Minutes

Citizen Advisory Committee Membership Application

Air Quality Stakeholders Committee Application

Elements of Transportation Planning and the MPO - NCDOT Presentation

NCDOT LINKS

NCDOT Traffic Volume Maps - NEW

NCDOT Public Transportation Strategic Plan

Active NCDOT Project Updates

NCDOT Online Traffic Count Map

NCDOT Online 2016-2025 State Transportation Improvement Map

NCDOT 2040 Plan